Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning

In March 2015, a campus-wide committee was charged to conduct a Self-Study on Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Learning. In response to the strong endorsement of interdisciplinary learning articulated during the Fall 2013 Campus Conversation on Undergraduate Education, the self-study seeks to determine whether current campus structures and incentives work effectively to enhance undergraduate learning opportunities that cross disciplinary, department, and/or college boundaries. The committee expects a final report in January 2016.  

Self-Study on Interdisciplinary Learning Committee (Spring-Fall 2015)
Barbara Hancin-Bhatt, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Co-Chair 
Leonard Pitt, Computer Science, Co-Chair
Matthew Ando, Mathematics 
Lilya Kaganovsky, Comparative Literature & Slavic
Cris Mayo, Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership 
Robert Pahre, Political Science 
Nathan Sanden, University Housing
Kimberly Shinew, Recreation, Sport & Tourism 
David Weightman, Art & Design 
Alex Winter-Nelson, Agriculture & Consumer Economics 
Kristi Kuntz, Office of the Provost, ex officio