Feedback & Nominations

By now almost a thousand faculty, students, and staff have taken part in the Campus Conversation on Undergraduate Education. Yet, many more have yet to participate.

Provide Feedback

We welcome your ideas, suggestions, comments, and questions. To leave feedback on any of our ongoing initiatives please use this comment function. To volunteer for a particular initiative, propose an idea, or recommend a colleague or student, please contact Campus Conversation Co-Chairs Lauren Goodlad and Chuck Tucker.

Nominate an Instructor

The Committee on Lectures & Discussions is currently seeking nominations for their Spring 2016 lecture series.

The campus is also seeking nominations for Grand Challenge Learning Teaching Fellows to teach Grand Challenge Experience courses beginning in Spring 2016, or take part in the Critical Framings modules for each track in Fall 2016.

The ideal Grand Challenge Experience instructor will meet all of the following criteria:

  • Demonstrated research and/or teaching interest in one of the grand challenge topics
  • Evidence of excellent teaching
  • Interest in some aspect of experiential learning (for example, community-engaged scholarship, project-based learning, design-based learning, service-learning or social practice art)
  • Department/unit head, chair or director approval for teaching in Spring 2016 or subsequently.

All instructors will carry the title of Grand Challenge Learning Teaching Fellow. Appointments will begin in Spring 2016, with the potential to repeat the course in Spring 2017 and Spring 2018. In addition to receiving all IUs for the course, the department or unit that employs the instructor will be eligible to receive a supplement of $9,000 during the pilot period. Instructors for Grand Challenge Experience courses may be tenure-stream faculty, specialized faculty, postdocs or advanced graduate students with significant teaching experience.

Please send nominations to

The ideal Critical Framings module instructor will be a faculty member who meets all of the following criteria:

  • Internationally recognized expertise in one or more of the grand challenge topics.
  • Evidence of excellent teaching at the undergraduate level.
  • Demonstrated interest in interdisciplinary collaboration.
  • Department/unit head, chair or director approval for teaching in Fall 2016 or subsequently.

Please send nominations to