It will require the students to use documents in University and other archives, conduct interviews, and review news articles and other primary sources in an effort to understand the factors behind the founding of the School, the School’s development, and the relationship between the School, its graduates and developments in the world.
Interested in learning about the SFS as we prepare for our centennial in 2019 – and learn the roots of the school? Join a 1-credit discussion/project-based class taught by Professor Anthony Arend and Emily Zenick. INAF 331: The School that Walsh Built. We’ll meet Wednesdays from 2-2:50 PM. if you are interested, please email Emily Zenick at email@example.com
Overview: This one-credit course will help inaugurate the preparations for the School’s Centennial, by providing students the opportunity to explore the 20th Century through the lens of the Walsh School. Students will examine key themes in the last hundred years by engaging the people—students, faculty, staff, and alumni—who played a role in the evolution of the School