• Wendell Arneson '68

    Says Wendell, "Art, for me, does not provide answers but rather provokes questions and seeks possibilities. This work reveals, in the face of injustice and exclusivity, a response to personal and global issues of race, gender, place, memory, community and hope."

Center for Ethics and Public Engagement

At the Center for Ethics and Public Engagement, we encourage students to reflect on their ethical responsibilities, to utilize their education in day-to-day life, and to take action to protect and empower their communities. We invite you to engage by attending an upcoming event, joining a book group, or partnering with us for community outreach.

2022-2023 THEME: Unsettling: Love, Utopia, Horror