History and English Office Crawl
Date: 6:30pm PDT May 1 Location: Miller Hall
Join the English & History Departments in a collaborative Fourth Floor Office Crawl in Miller on Thursday, May 1 starting around 6:30 pm! Talk to professors, eat delicious themed foods, and enjoy the company of fellow majors, and non-majors.
The Office Crawl, first started by the history department two years ago, emphasizes a strong community within the humanities at Lewis & Clark, both in and outside of the classroom setting. The idea is to communicate with English & History majors, as well as non-majors, professors, and faculty in an informal, non-academic context. The Office Crawl will give you the opportunity to talk to professors about their fields of study, their research, their interests, and really anything else that you might want to know about them.
It is also an opportunity to talk to other students who have a passion for English and/or History.
Each professor will start out in his/her office with foods and/or beverages within the theme of their studies and research, so the diversity will be plentiful!
So come join us after the History Thesis poster session in the library for an evening of fun!
If you have any questions or would like to get involved with the crawl (posters, advertising, etc.) then feel free to contact Nina Manno (senior history major) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All help/interest is encouraged, don’t be shy!