Embracing Museums as Experiential Learning: Artifactual Analyses with New Anthropological Perspectives

By Daniel Jankulovski As children we visit museums and are witness to the excitement of seeing artifacts and world history. We walk through each floor twisting our necks to see what we may have missed as the plethora… Read More

Dungeons, Dragons, and Design Thinking: A Unique Twist on Experiential Learning

In a FHASS first, Professors Tom Nittoly (ESL) and Kasey Dunn (Creativity and Innovation) recently took experiential learning to a whole new “dimension.” On October 30, a pilot group of students embarked on an unexpected journey, combining the… Read More

Professor Sara Machan Publishes Children’s Books

ESL professor Sara Machan has written and illustrated a series of children’s books meant to help children with body positivity and dealing with anger. These books are intended to take topics children may struggle with and approach them… Read More

Professor Glenn Clifton Wins Award for Short Story

“Before 2035, A Midsummer Night’s Dream was considered a comedy…” Congratulations to Alchemy editor Glenn Clifton, who’s short story “Bottom’s Dream” will appear in the forthcoming anthology Best Canadian Fantasy and Science Fiction, Volume 1, published by Ansible… Read More

Dina Ernest Publishes 16 Nile Street

Kudos to FHASS professor Dina Ernest, who independently published her novel 16 Nile Street this year. Dina describes the plot as follows: The events of 16 Nile Street take place in Cairo, Egypt during and after the revolution… Read More