Have you thought about how studying the humanities would prepare you for
life and a career?
Viva Humanities is a semester-long celebration of the valuable skills and competencies developed through studying and working in the humanities.
We have scheduled a five-speaker series of very successful professionals who want to share with you how the humanities helped make them into the people
they are today.
Hear for yourself how English, History, Philosophy and World Languages and Literatures can prepare you to be successful in today’s world of high speed analysis, decision-making, change and communication.
Schedule of speakers
All presentations will be in the University Center Otto Budig Theater. You can
click on any speaker's name to find out more about their speech and access background information.
- Sept. 18 -- Geoffrey Mearns, NKU president (Video of presentation)
- Oct. 16 -- Kelsey Timmerman, author and journalist (Video of presentation)
- Nov. 20 -- John Scalzi, science fiction author
- Dec. 3 -- Deborah Emont Scott, director of Taft Museum of Art
- Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. -- Richard Mackenney, European history professor
and author (video stream)
Want to learn more?
To learn more about humanities studies, please use the links below: