Since last year, the School of Humanities and Sciences has been working to decrease the time to degree for students in Ph.D. programs.
Techie or fuzzy? It’s a deceptively innocent question, but on a campus in the heart of Silicon Valley, the voices of the humanities can easily be lost in the technical buzz and clamor of industry.
Writer in residence Lyonel Trouillot presented the “Everlasting Struggle Between ‘We’ and ‘I’” in Levinthal Hall yesterday evening. Trouillot spoke about current challenges in Haiti and how these challenges manifest themselves in Haitian literature.
The Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages currently consists of five departments; the move means the five departments will now share a single budget and form “focal groups” to encourage collaboration across their areas of study.