CentreTerm: Climate Change and Human Society in the Past

Centre College's unique, three-week CentreTerm in January allows students the opportunity to focus intensely on a single class, and academic options include courses where classwork is mixed with out-of-classroom activities or travel. Students in "Climate Change and Human Society in the Past" with Robyn Cutright, associate professor of anthropology, followed-up their first week of study

By |2018-08-17T19:21:21-04:00January 28th, 2016|Academics, Anthropology/Sociology, CentreTerm, News|

CentreTerm: Stacey Peebles brings Cormac McCarthy to the classroom and the stage

CentreTerm is a time for both faculty and students to explore their passions, and Assistant Professor of English Stacey Peebles is doing just that. Her latest course will bring famous American author Cormac McCarthy's work not only to the classroom but also to the stage. "The class will sample different types of work by McCarthy,"

By |2014-01-02T15:50:37-05:00January 2nd, 2014|Campus, CentreTerm, Experts, News|