Creating Interdisciplinary Campus Cultures: A Model for Strength and Sustainability
With the increased support from funding agencies and in literature, an interdisciplinary culture is of growing significance. Creating Interdisciplinary Campus Cultures provides an introduction to interdisciplinary change through pragmatic strategies. Sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities, this unique resource is the only book focused on creating and sustaining institutional support for interdisciplinary work. Since an interdisciplinary culture is of increasingly importance in higher education, this book gives administrators and faculty the tools they need to ensure their work is successful and sustainable.
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Interdisciplinary Studies is increasingly sought by students who don't wish to fit into a predestined mold of a major. This is especially true in graduate schools. While there are efforts on many ... Read full review
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Julie Thompson Klein
No preview available - 2010