ASTRONOMY/ART HISTORY ROME: SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND ART IN ROME OVER TWO MILLENIA
Held at the UW’s Rome Center, the two instructors from Astronomy/History of Science, and Art History are combining to produce an interdisciplinary experience that will provide insight into Western culture over a two-millennium span. AND the Program’s courses have no prereqs and qualify for each of the following graduation requirements: Writing (5 to 12 credit-hrs), Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts (7), and Natural World (8). Maximum Program size is 15 students.
For further information:
– contact Prof. Woody Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org
– check the full description at:
– attend one of our two (identical) Information Sessions:
Wed. 10/8 4:30-5:30 pm Physics/Astronomy Bldg. PAA 216
Fri. 10/10 12:30-1:30 pm Physics/Astronomy Bldg. PAA 216