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The 2015 Board of Visitors Faculty Panel Discussion

A&S Faculty discuss what it means to have an 'Intense Liberal Arts Experience'.

Nov. 11, 2015, by Amy Manley

Faculty Panel Discussion

Nine faculty members within the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University spent an engaging hour discussing the core values of studying the humanities, the social sciences and the natural sciences during a recent gathering of the college’s Board of Visitors. (Video of the discussion is presented below)

Moderated by Gerry Greenberg, Sr. Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, the panel discussion titled “The Meaning of an Intense Liberal Arts Experience”, allowed the featured faculty members to openly reflect on their own academic experiences, while sharing how their unique educational paths helped enrich their professional and personal lives.

Members of the panel included:

Duncan Brown, Associate Professor, Physics

Mary Karr, Trustee Professor, English

Mary Lovely, Professor, Economics, Melvin A. Eggers Economics Faculty Scholar; Chair, Department of International Relations

Lisa Manning, Associate Professor, Physics

William Robert, Assistant Professor, Religion

Natalie Russo, Assistant Professor, Psychology

George Saunders, Professor, English

Jason Wiles, Associate Professor, Biology


Gerald Greenberg Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Humanities; Curriculum, Instruction, and Programs; Associate Professor, Russian and Linguistics

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