• Madeline Miller presents "The Song of Achilles"

    Summer Reading

    Madeline Miller presents "The Song of Achilles"

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  • Students were invited to the "Worlds of Achilles" symposium to kick to the summer reading events

    The Worlds of Achilles

    Students were invited to the "Worlds of Achilles" symposium to kick to the summer reading events

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    Student Art Competition

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    Displaying the Beauty of Truth: Hubble Images as Art and Science - Elizabeth Kessler

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  • Seattle-based artist Michael Schultheis explores the geometry of ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse  and transposes his ideas into symbolic and visual language.

    The Geometry of Archimedes: Paintings by Michael Schultheis

    Seattle-based artist Michael Schultheis explores the geometry of ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse and transposes his ideas into symbolic and visual language.

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  • Media, Culture, and Communications Studies (MCCS) is an interdisciplinary and project- oriented field that is focused on the evolving intersection of computing, technology, and the disciplines of the humanities.

    Media, Culture, and Communication Studies Minor

    Media, Culture, and Communications Studies (MCCS) is an interdisciplinary and project- oriented field that is focused on the evolving intersection of computing, technology, and the disciplines of the humanities.

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The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences believes that it plays a critical role in the education of the Wentworth student. Our students are engaged in their major fields of study in disciplines whose goal is to utilize design, engineering, and technology to make life "better." The purpose of the Humanities and Social Sciences is to help students define “better.” Further, no academic discipline of the human experience... // read more

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