Ruane Center for the Humanities

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The Ruane Center for the Humanities is home to Development of Western Civilization, Liberal Arts Honors Program, and English and history courses, but science and sociology classes also have been taught in that 63,000 square-foot bridge from the past to the future. The same goes for recently renovated classrooms in PC’s flagship building, Harkins Hall, the Feinstein Academic Center, Accinno Hall, and even the Smith Center for the Arts – where it’s not unusual for courses on silent film and the history jazz to end and political science and economics courses to begin.

View some short videos highlighting the Ruane Center’s classrooms and teaching technologies.