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11 Aug Humanities and STEM: A Conversation on Teaching and Learning



How can the humanities, arts, and STEM be better integrated in higher ed, and at Duke University? Hear from an art professor, a math professor, and an English professor in this panel discussion on how humanities and STEM collaborations can be integrated in the curriculum and the co-curriculum, as well as ideas for allowing students to participate in Duke’s interdisciplinary culture.

Moderated by: Maria LaMonaca Wisdom, Director of Graduate Student Advising and Engagement for the Humanities, Duke Graduate School

Panelists:

Pamela L. Jennings, Professor and Head of the Department of Art + Design, North Carolina State University;
Paul L. Bendich, Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Duke University; and
Priscilla Wald, R. Florence Brinkley Professor of English, Duke University

This event is part of Duke NextEd Fest 2018, a festival of learning at Duke University. Learn more at bit.ly/DukeNextEd

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