LTC: Quantitatve Reasoning in the Arts, Literature, and Humanities

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center, PEPS, Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center


Sun Hee Lee, CFD Fellow in the English Department; George H. Vrtis, Assistant Professor of Environmental
and Technology Studies and History; and Harry McKinley Williams, Laird Bell Professor of History

The way students encounter quantitative reasoning differs widely across departments. The QuIRK initiative has been supporting curricular reform in all four divisions through summer stipends and student RAs. Come hear how colleagues have used that support in interesting and innovative ways. Then learn how you, too, can receive support for revisions in your courses.

Cosponsors: QuIRK (Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge Initiative) and Gould Library

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