Engaged Living allows you to explore your interests through a wide variety of interdisciplinary topics. For that, you can thank our dedicated faculty.
Our academic programs are designed and led by faculty with a special interest in a particular topic. Whether you're studying the politics of war; attempting to solve complex global problems such as healthcare, poverty, or sustainability; exploring the ethical and philosophical issues around artificial intelligence and secret codes; or searching for the purpose of your life's meaning, our faculty find creative ways to engage you in your learning community, leading you through course content, and extracurricular activities that are relevant to your area of focus. More importantly, our program allows you to connect with faculty members who share your interest. Our professors serve as mentors, ensuring you'll have a support system in place to begin your college experience.
Assistant Academic Dean for Advising & Academic Liaison for Engaged Living
Professor of Physics; Administrative Director of the Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection
Executive Director of Shi Center for Sustainability and Associate Professor,
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences