LiL (Lifelong in Learning)
Are you curious about your surroundings? Do you know about the history in your own backyard? Do you love learning about the impact learning has on our future? The Humanities and Social Sciences departments in conjunction with the Lillian E. Smith Center at Piedmont University are offering you the chance to experience being a humanities or criminal justice major for the day. During your time at the Lillian E. Smith Center you will meet with faculty and students, take part in various sessions, and learn about the humanities and criminal justice programs at Piedmont.
LiL is an all-day event for high school juniors and seniors interested in the humanities. Participants will spend the day at the Lillian E. Smith Center attending sessions led by Piedmont faculty where they will interact with Piedmont students, learn about Lillian Smith’s connections to the Civil Rights Movement, take part in various activities from creative writing to forensic science. Parents dropping off students are welcome to stay for a tour of the center and information session about Piedmont University.
This is a free event. Participants will get breakfast and lunch, supplies for activities, and a t-shirt. Participants should wear comfortable clothing for indoor and outdoor work. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required since we will be in the woods some.
Registration will open soon.