Asking “Big Questions” in College

Popular courses at Yale and Suffolk universities explore “the life worth living” by reading and discussing religion, art, philosophy, and fiction. Both courses encourage a more reflective approach to education, one that has always been a hallmark of the liberal arts tradition. The course at Suffolk was developed with support from an NEH “Enduring Questions” grant. The grant promotes question-centered learning on topics addressed by the humanities.

See links to descriptions of both courses from Huffington Post, as well as the NEH description of the grant.

The “Good Life” at Yale

Suffolk University’s “Big Questions”

Enduring Questions Grant

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