Mapping Educational Challenges (MECha) Workshops
CUES Mapping Educational Challenges (MECha) workshops explore educational challenges in university education by bringing together cross-disciplinary expertise of relevance to the workshop theme.
June 2-3, 2021
This two-day workshop explored novel questions expanding the scholarship on CE/SL in university education across disciplines. Participants discussed frameworks for maximizing impact of CE/SL work, mechanisms for course implementation, and further research.
Organizing committee: Colin Blakely, College of Fine Arts; Ana Cornide, College of Humanities; Carlos Gonzales, College of Medicine; Judy Marquez Kiyama, Faculty Affairs & College of Education.
April 19-20, 2019
This two-day workshop expanded the scholarship of quantitative intuition (QI). Participants explored and envisioned frameworks and curricula to deepen our understanding of QI and engage students in discipline specific QI.
Organizing committee: Deb Hughes Hallett, College of Science; Chris Griffin, College of Law; Hoshin Gupta, College of Science; Bonnie LaFleur, College of Public Health