Her students can write code—but can they express themselves clearly and confidently? How one IT professor's assignment turns programmers into communicators.
Students of modern dance make the leap from basic technique to true artistry by performing modified solos (variations) from a classical ballet.
Inspired by Jeopardy!, Professor Maria Trujillo uses an end-of-semester game to inspire grad students to ask (and answer) some compelling global questions.
Facing an audience of nearly 300 freshmen, Jadrian Wooten, PhD, offers microeconomics students a look at complex theory through the lens of popular TV shows.
Economics lecturer Audra Sherwood knows that time is money for distance learners. Here's how she adjusted her course format to speak to their unique needs.
At the semester's start, Professor Ambrosio models his lesson after a movie trailer, building excitement for an often dry subject: tax accounting.