Last spring, nine USM faculty and staff from several departments gathered to share experiences with teaching, students, and their individual fields of study. We asked ourselves these questions: What is the poetry of work? How does poetry enable new or different ways of seeing work? How can poetry help people connect across the disciplines? With the assistance of a Title III grant, we published a small volume of the results with a local letterpress printer.
The project, led by Lisa Hibl, Interim Director of the Russell Scholars Program, embodies the values of collaboration and community building that define the Russell Scholars Program at USM.
Please join us to celebrate!
Wednesday, December 5th, 4:30 pm, Cohen Classroom, Glickman Library 1st floor, Portland Campus.
Light snacks will be served.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Collaboration and Development and the Russell Scholars Program.