Higgins School of Humanities
At Clark, we believe that humanistic inquiries and practices are crucial to our development as intellectually curious, socially engaged, and ethically-oriented beings. Learning through the humanities and arts grounds our capacity to engage with societal complexities — by developing historical, cultural, literary, linguistic, and philosophical consciousness, and encouraging empathic and aesthetic ways of knowing.
What is Smart Grid and Why Should We Care?
A Public Dialogue
Monday, November 25 @ 5:00 pm
Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center
Sponsored by the Difficult Dialogues Program, the Environmental Sustainability Task Force, the Mosakowski Institute and the Marsh Institute
From the Corner of My Eye
October 9 through December 16
Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons