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Newberry Seminar: Research in the Humanities

Chicago, Illinois

Faculty advisors & contacts

Important: Always make sure to contact the Off-Campus Study/Study Abroad office at your college, for assistance with how to prepare for an ACM off-campus study program.

For more information on this program, please contact the following person in the ACM Office:

Emily Gaul, Assistant Program Manager
11 E. Adams Street, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60603
Phone: 312.561.5919

ACM off-campus study programs are available to students from any college or university.  As a recognized GLCA program, the Newberry Seminar qualifies for special GLCA campus considerations for pricing and financial aid and. If you're a student at one of the ACM or GLCA colleges, contact the faculty advisor for this program below:

Albion College
Deborah Kanter
Allegheny College
David Miller
Beloit College
Beatrice McKenzie
Carleton College
Jessica Leiman
Coe College
Derek Buckaloo
Colorado College
Carol Neel
Cornell College
James Martin
Denison University
Jonathan Moore
DePauw University
Barbara Whitehead
Earlham College
Jonathan Diskin
Grinnell College
Mike Guenther
Gustavus Adolphus College
Annika Ericksen
Hope College
Anne Heath
Kalamazoo College
Janelle Werner
Kenyon College
Glenn McNair
Knox College
Gregory Gilbert
Lake Forest College
Dustin Mengelkoch
Lawrence University
Paul Cohen
Luther College
Robert Christman
Macalester College
Brian Lush
McKendree University
Martha Patterson
Monmouth College
Hannah Schell
Oberlin College
Katherine Thomson-Jones
Rhodes College
Scott Newstock
Ripon College
Ann Pleiss Morris
St. Olaf College
Jonathan Naito
The College of Idaho
Susan Schaper
The College of Wooster
Monica Florence
Wabash College
Gilberto Gomez

Newberry Seminar: Research in the Humanities

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Emily Witte My time in Chicago in the ACM Newberry Library program was such a privilege. While living two blocks from the beach was certainly AWESOME, the best part was having access to all of the primary resources that the Newberry Library has to offer. With my own carrel to work at, I was able to work with the materials in depth and strengthen my research and writing skills immensely. In addition, the staffs at the library were welcoming and wonderful to work with. I wouldn't trade this experience for anything.

—Emily Witte, Newberry Seminar, Fall 2012

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The Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) is a consortium of independent, liberal arts colleges in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Colorado.