From Theory to Practice: Interdisciplinary Science in Undergraduate Education [report]

Brie Tripp
2000 unpublished
Science has undergone a major transformation in the 20th and 21st centuries with new fields emerging at the intersection of disciplines, such as bioethics, bioinformatics, and chemical ecology. Yet, opportunities to engage with interdisciplinary science, and the skills needed to work in these fields, are largely absent from undergraduate biology classrooms. As a consequence, students are vii
doi:10.15760/etd.7360 fatcat:eyzpzvffpfccrk2zsnb7qxj3my