Association for Integrative Studies 28th Annual Conference

Posted on August 11, 2006

Bridge-Building: Connecting Hearts and Minds, Arts and Sciences, Teaching and Research, Academy and Community
October 5-8, 2006
Association for Integrative Studies 28th Annual Conference
Atlanta, Ga.

Association for Integrative Studies Conference 2006

The Association for Integrative Studies will hold its 28th annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia, from October 5 to October 8, 2006, at the Westin/Atlanta North Hotel. Co-hosts Emory University, home of the Institute of Liberal Arts, the oldest freestanding department of integrative liberal studies in North America, and Oxford College of Emory University, one of only twelve Carnegie-sponsored centers for the Scholarship of Teaching nationwide, are working with other Georgia institutions such as the University of West Georgia to organize the conference. Given that the overarching theme of the 2006 conference is “Bridge-Building: Connecting Hearts and Minds, Arts and Sciences, Teaching and Research, Academy and Community,” we look forward to a broad spectrum of presentations dealing with the multiplicity of ways in which integration of human capacities, academic disciplines, career practices, and social institutions increasingly characterizes higher education in the United States and around the world.

http://www.ais.oxford.emory.edu/


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