During Homecoming each year, visitors are invited to attend classes in subjects ranging from math to music, economics to literature, and so much more. Here, Eleonora Mattiacci (center, in black glasses), assistant professor of political science, gathers with students from “Politics of Climate Change,” one of over 30 classes that visitors could choose from this year.
Homecoming visitors are able to experience the full class along with the current students.
After class, Professor Mattiacci stuck around to chat with some visitors.
Geoffrey Sanborn, the Henry S. Poler ’59 Presidential Teaching Professor of English, opened up his upper-level class “The Value of Literature” to Homecoming attendees.
Visitors are encouraged not only to attend classes but to participate as well.
Professor Sanborn shared a laugh with some Homecoming visitors, presumably NOT about the value of literature!
“Artificial Intelligence,” taught by Scott Alfeld, assistant professor of computer science, provided another chance for alumni to get back into the classroom.