Magnolias Project

Sustainability across the Curriculum

2017-06-09T16:51:07-04:00

The sixth annual Magnolias Curriculum Project brought together 14 faculty members on May 10-11, 2017, to develop innovative course components that will inspire systems thinking in students and empower an [...]

Sustainability across the Curriculum2017-06-09T16:51:07-04:00

Sustaining Dance

2014-12-10T10:22:32-05:00

Dance is an increasingly popular art form for the investigation of cultural understandings of nature. Associate Professor of Dance, Christina Soriano, engaged her students in just such an investigation this [...]

Sustaining Dance2014-12-10T10:22:32-05:00

True Value Meals

2014-11-04T09:06:32-05:00

by Dr. Angela King, Associate Teaching Professor, Department of Chemistry My family and I live on a 22-acre farm in Stokes County. We are serious gardeners. I can’t remember the [...]

True Value Meals2014-11-04T09:06:32-05:00

Sharing perspectives across disciplines

2014-05-20T12:54:32-04:00

Eleven faculty members from across the disciplinary spectrum came together on May 13-14, 2014 for the 3rd annual Magnolias Curriculum Project. This year’s workshop was co-facilitated by communications professor Ron [...]

Sharing perspectives across disciplines2014-05-20T12:54:32-04:00

The medieval world and climate change

2014-05-19T16:55:38-04:00

by Monique O'Connell, Associate Professor of History This past semester I had the chance to put the lessons I learned about sustainability in the curriculum from the Magnolias Project workshop [...]

The medieval world and climate change2014-05-19T16:55:38-04:00

Community of Scholars Grows

2013-09-27T14:13:48-04:00

Eleven faculty members from across the disciplinary spectrum came together on May 15-16, 2013 for the 2nd annual Magnolias Curriculum Project. This year’s workshop was facilitated by alumni from last [...]

Community of Scholars Grows2013-09-27T14:13:48-04:00

Thinking like a mountain

2013-09-27T10:55:36-04:00

Pilot Mountain By Eric Stottlemyer, English Department A few years ago I happened upon an intriguing article written about an indigenous tribe nestled deep in the amazon forest. [...]

Thinking like a mountain2013-09-27T10:55:36-04:00