The College of Humanities invites you to celebrate the University of Arizona 106th Homecoming.
NOVEMBER 12-14, 2020
Virtual Homecoming Festivities
We hope that all of our alumni are staying healthy and well in these unusual times. While we wish that we could welcome everyone back to campus for Homecoming, we are still committed to celebrating our alumni, their successes, and supporting our Wildcat family! Join us online for our virtual Homecoming 2020 activities and register to check out all activities offered by the university. Humanities Virtual Activities are highlighted below. No matter where you call home, we hope you will show your Wildcat spirit and get ready to #beardowneverywhere!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14
YOUNG ALUMNI BRUNCH
10:00 AM | Zoom
Mark your calendar for our popular Young Alumni Brunch which will be held virtually on Saturday, November 14that 10:00 a.m. on Zoom. This year will undoubtedly look different than years past, but we are excited to extend the invitation to our young alumni all across the country and around the world. We look forward to recognizing this year’s recipient of the Young Professional Achievement Award, Vijay Patel (Religious Studies, Molecular and Cellular Biology, ’08). Young alumni who have graduated since 2010 are especially encouraged to attend, although if you are feeling young at heart, you are more than welcome to join us!
Virtual Humanities Activities
Explore the College of Humanities from home with these interactive activities, recorded events, video profiles and more.
Tucson Humanities Festival 2020: Toward Justice
Countless people throughout history have dedicated their lives to fighting racism, erasing prejudice and uplifting the marginalized. Recordings of virtual presentations from the October 2020 festival are available now.
Meet our Alumni
College of Humanities Alumni boast interesting careers and fascinating life pursuits around the world. Past Alumni of the Year recipients and other notable graduates are featured in these presentations.
Inspired by real students and their career aspirations, the College of Humanities launched a campaign to tell their stories. Take a peek at this new recruitment website that encourages Wildcats to choose Humanities.
Poetry Center 360 ° Tour
The Poetry Center turns 60 in 2020, and you are invited to step inside. Join the Poetry Center staff and poets Robert Hass, Carolyn Forche, Brenda Hillman, Li-Young Lee and Carl Phillips for an interactive tour of the Center — its history, its programs, and its enduring legacy. Select a guided or unguided tour.
Connect With Us!
At the College of Humanities, we are working diligently to stay connected to our alumni and celebrate their achievements. We invite you to share your story with us by joining our online College of Humanities Alumni Directory. Whether you studied languages, cultures, religion, applied humanities or general studies, let us know where your degree has taken you!