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Crossroads Courses

Crossroads courses are team-taught by two graduate instructors approaching a specific question, issue or problem from an interdisciplinary perspective. These courses are offered in either Fall or Spring semester. They are a one credit, S/U, and allow undergraduate students the opportunity to explore topics in a unique way.

Crossroads courses are developed out of the annual Empowering Interdisciplinary Teaching & Scholarship graduate workshop hosted by the ILA.

2021-22AY Crossroads Courses

Fall 2021
IDS 290R-4 What Does It Mean to Create?Abbey Hafer (Art History) and Tamra Blue (Chemistry)
IDS 290R-5 Appreciating DifferenceJason Cabitac (Philosophy) and Maha Rashid( Neuroscience)