The Crossroads program takes its name from the multiple intersections involved: of disciplines; of research and teaching; and of faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduates. Two different phases of Crossroads projects have involved collaborative studies with faculty and graduate fellows from multiple departments, pedagogical training, curriculum design possibilities, and closely mentored teaching experiences in the undergraduate classroom.


Sign up for GRAD 210

We especially encourage interested students to enroll in GRAD 210 (taught by Dr. Lisa Berry and Dr. Josh Kuntzman) as an opportunity to develop ideas for interdisciplinary curricula. GRAD 210: College and University Teaching -- From Theory to Practice, engages with strategies for applying pedagogical theories and evidence-based teaching to course design, implementation, assessment, and evaluation, and is offered spring quarter.

For questions about the program, please contact:

Leila Rupp
Interim Dean of the Graduate Division