Annapolis Graduate Institute students and faculty gathered to celebrate Thanksgiving, providing international students the opportunity to experience this American tradition, and the locals to share this special occasion with them.
Tobin Stauffer (AGI22) has embarked on a Fulbright-sponsored research project in India to study how mental health care can be delivered in a culturally-appropriate manner by asking the right questions.
When Emily Langston arrived at St. John’s in January 1995 as tutor, her goal was simple: to read the works of the Program. In 2016, after 20 years happily immersed in teaching in the undergraduate Program, she was appointed to the position of associate dean of the Graduate Institute in Annapolis.
Ahead of Langston’s final year as the associate dean, we sat down with her for an interview to discuss the past, present, and future of the Graduate Institute and liberal education.
Neal Allen’s (SF78) (EC21) book Shapes of Truth: Discover God Inside You is rooted in Platonic philosophy and Sufi metaphysics, which are connected by “a deep-seated conviction that there is an eternal reality that sits underneath the manifest reality.”