Conversation Programs

Your voice matters: Join the conversation.

The Conversation Programs and learning communities bring together students and faculty from a variety of academic disciplines. Here, they share their perspective on the program’s goals, and how the program can shape a student’s academic experience.
Panelists - Conversation Programs

Meet the Panel

From the Great Conversation to American Conversation to Race Matters to Environmental Conversation to Integrated Chemistry and Biology, our interdisciplinary programs span a wide variety of subjects. You’ll be hearing from Noah Hillman ’21, Visiting Assistant Professor of History Christopher Elias, and Associate Professor of English Jonathan Naito.

You can browse the questions from our conversation below and watch their answers.

What are the Conversation Programs?

How do the Conversation Programs fit into a student's class schedule?

These programs aren’t afraid to ask big questions. Students will grow as critical thinkers in a collaborative, tight-knit community.

How many oles participate? What are some of the benefits?

When should students begin thinking about the Conversation Programs?

What makes a student a good fit for a Conversation Pogram?

We hope you’ll consider applying to a Conversation Program! If you have any more questions, please reach out to your Admissions Officer.

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