CQ Resources for Faculty
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This year applications can be submitted online and will be processed on a rolling basis. Faculty intending on trying to gain inclusion into the Culture Quest series should complete the web form application below and ensure that you keep the specific goals of Culture Quest in mind:
- To encourage students to discover and explore meaningful connections between scholarly insights and real world problem solving through their sustained and active participation in selected lectures, exhibits, performances, and scientific talks;
- To stimulate students to participate in events that will move them from more familiar communities to explore and experience intellectually challenging intersections with and within less familiar communities;
- To transform campus culture by enhancing collaborations—among faculty, staff, students, and communities—that are concrete, cross-disciplinary, global and local.
Please complete this web form to make your request for support and/or inclusion in the Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Culture Quest experience.
The timeline for review, processing, and award by the Culture Quest committee will be available shortly. Please direct questions regarding the applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about how to do this, or any other aspect of CQ, please click below for more information or contact your faculty colleague co-chairs of CQ at the contact information in the box below.
Illustrative Assignments for CQ Main Events
Document for 13/14 coming soon.
CQ's Other Highly Recommended Events
Questions or Ideas to Share?
If you have any questions about CQ, please feel free to contact the two faculty co-chairs of the 2013-2014 CQ, Dr. Amy Dreussi at email@example.com or Dr. Sandra Spickard-Prettyman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, if you would like either of us to come and speak with your students, or you and your colleagues, about how to thoughtfully integrate CQ into your course syllabi...we would welcome that opportunity and look forward to those conversations.