The Integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Engineering and Medicine in Higher Education: Branches of the Same Tree - March 18
Includes a Live Event on 03/18/2019 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
"The Integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Higher Education: Branches from the Same Tree" is the topic of the fifth webinar in the 2018 National Academies report series. The report elaborates on benefits of the proposed integrative model of learning, which bridges the knowledge, modes of inquiry, and pedagogies from these multiple disciplines within the context of a single course or program of study.
Join Study Director Ashley Bear, PhD, as she examines the key findings and recommendations of the report, focusing on the implementation of integrative curricula and how faculty, administrators, and accrediting bodies can explore, identify, and mitigate constraints that hinder integrative efforts in higher education. This webinar will also feature examples of institutional implementation of this recommendation.
Webinar participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with the presenters and with each other throughout the presentation.
Ashley Bear, PhD
Senior Program Officer; Committee on Women in Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; Policy and Global Affairs Division
This is the fifth part of the series “The Impact and Implementation of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 2018 Reports on the Biomedical and Medical Workforce.” If you would like information on the full series, please click here.
Ashley Bear, PhD
Senior Program Officer; Committee on Women in Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; Policy and Global Affairs Division; NASEM
Dr. Ashley Bear is a Senior Program Officer with the Board on Higher Education and Workforce at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. She recently served as the study director for the National Academies consensus study “Branches from the Same Tree.” Dr. Bear also works with the National Academies’ Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine on projects related to improving the retention, participation, and advancement of women in scientific, engineering, and medical careers.