Saturday, August 25, 2012

New Dean's Scholars in Shakespeare at GW

George Washington University Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of English are pleased to announce the Dean's Scholars in Shakespeare, a signature program for undergraduate students. The program offers a select group of students a unique opportunity to explore the works of William Shakespeare in a global and multimedia context. The first class of Dean's Scholars in Shakespeare will be arriving in Fall 2012. 

 Program Highlights

  • Take five courses during your freshmen and sophomore years
  • Enjoy small classes and intimate interaction with award-winning professors
  • Subsidized, faculty-led study tour of London and Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Meet the head of The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and leading scholars and artists in London
  • Attend performances at the Folger Theatre and the Shakespeare Theatre Company in D.C.
  • Participate in events at the Folger Shakespeare Library and on campus
  • Take advantage of undergraduate research fellowships
  • Use cutting-edge digital tools for the study of Shakespeare and for creative work
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A series of events--free and open to the public--are being planned in conjunction with the Dean's Scholars program.

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