Connecting the arts and humanities with science courses to provide critical thinking skills and an understanding of the myriad ways in which science and culture are intertwined.
Increasing collaborative experiences that demonstrate the non-linear process of science through research so that students understand the importance of collaboration, discovery, and iteration in science.
Highlighting the novel ideas and objects that arise through research so that students can produce innovative, high quality work that they present to other scholars.
Request for Proposals
There are five QEP Requests for Proposals available to develop new courses or revise/reinvent existing courses.
New integrated first-year seminars offered as part of QEP
Four new integrated first-year seminars team-taught by faculty members from different disciplines will be offered beginning in fall 2017 as part of the new QEP.
Dr. Nita Eskew teaches undergraduates to develop research questions and projects in a new QEP CURE-class.