Interdisciplinary Teaching: A panel discussion with Lehigh faculty

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An Interdisciplinary Workshop, Thursday, September 17, 2020

Lehigh Faculty! Come join us for a panel discussion on interdisciplinary teaching in remote and on-campus environments. Brief remarks will be offered by Lehigh faculty who are teaching Humanities Lab supported courses this semester or who have offered interdisciplinary 'course moments' that augment students’ educational experience by bringing a Humanities perspective into a non-Humanities course, or vice versa. Participants in this workshop will hear from colleagues, learn more about teaching support offered by the Mellon-funded Humanities Lab and the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and have the opportunity to explore possibilities for interdisciplinary teaching in their courses.

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Interdisciplinary Teaching: A Panel Discussion with Lehigh Faculty

  Thursday, September 17th, 2020
  4:30-6:00 PM via Zoom
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  Christina Haden (Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics)
  Stacie Brennan (LUAG, Curator of Education)
  Ed Whitley (English)
  Joan Ramage Macdonald (Earth and Environmental Studies)
  Anabella Pitkin (Religion)
  Ben Felzer  (Earth and Environmental Studies)
  Bruce Whitehouse (Sociology)

Co-organized by Lehigh's Humanities Lab and the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.