Scala’s academic advisors come from institutes of higher education across the country, and include professors in fields as diverse as Mathematics, Civil Engineering, English, Government, Public Policy, Law, Economics, and Theology. Scala’s academic advisors further Scala’s mission by leading seminars, reading groups, speaking at Scala’s events, and co-sponsoring activities on their own campuses. View some of the latest contributions of Scala’s academic advisors.
Scala’s alumni form a network of students who have been transformed through their participation in Scala’s programs. Learn more from our alumni about how they carry forth Scala’s vision of a holistic education into a variety of contexts.
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Scala is a movement of students and educators working to revitalize American culture by educating for beauty and wisdom. Through seminars, webinars, publications, reading groups, conferences, and other programs, we empower crucial agents of cultural renewal—teachers, artists, educational entrepreneurs and culture creators—with a robust vision of liberal arts education.
Scala’s third major conference, hosted on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary, will explore the challenges and opportunities in connecting art, the sacred and our shared lives and stories.