Sapere Aude archive

Here are Professor Robb’s questions and prompts from his opening plenary lecture.

videos archived here are part of our virtual Sapere Aude pre-orientation, 8-11 August 2020

Professors Diego Luis and Dave Robb introduce their units. Watch that here.

Professor Sharon Green, in conversation with Scott Denham, introduces herself with a story. Watch that here.

Professor Caroline Fache introduces herself and her unit, in conversation with Professors Alison Bory and Anne Wills. Watch that here.

Professor Anne Wills introduces herself and her unit, in conversation with Professors Caroline Fache and Alison Bory. Watch that here.

Professor Alison Bory introduces herself and her unit, in conversation with Professors Caroline Fache and Anne Wills. Watch that here.

Professors Yurika Tamura and Scott Denham introduce their units. Watch that here.

Research librarians Cara Evanson, James Sponsel, and Meggie Lasher introduce themselves to Humesters here. The password is to view the video is: W!.KZy3Q

Archivists and Special Collections Librarians Sara Swanson, Debbie Lee Landi, Sharon Byrd, Molly Kunkle, Jessica Cottle, and Emily Privott, introduce themselves to Humesters here.

Digital Learning Team members Tiffany Camp Johnson, Sundi Richard, Daniel Lynds, Thomas Espenschied, Savanna Vest, Ashley Ip, Matt Davis, Madeleine Page, and Adelle Patten introduce themselves to Humesters here. Adelle and Savanna show their own Humes portfolios from back in the day.Welcomes and introductions

Sapere Aude welcomes and introductions 8-11 August 2020

Opening session welcome from Dean Philip Jefferson and course director Prof. Scott Denham.

Welcome from President Carol Quillen and the opening plenary lecture by Prof. Dave Robb.

Here are Professor Robb’s questions and prompts from his opening plenary lecture.

Welcome and introduction from Dean Rusk Program Director Jane Zimmerman.

Prof. Denham’s introduction to the course.

Here is the Sapere Aude reader.

For a sketch of the conceptual architecture of the course, see this video (17 minutes).