2018-19 Curriculum Enhancement Program Cohort

Faculty working on project together

Cultivating Global Learning through Course Curricula

The Global Affairs Curriculum Enhancement Through Global Learning program is an opportunity for UC Davis faculty members interested in collaborating with other educators to make their course content, teaching techniques, and student experiences responsive to current global challenges and opportunities. The inaugural cohort of faculty was chosen in the 2017-18 academic year to take part in a year-long series of intensive seminars during the 2018-19 academic year to learn about, implement, and refine techniques that infuse global learning outcomes into academic courses.

2018-19 faculty cohort in conference room
The 2018-19 cohort of faculty selected for the Curriculum Enhancement program is from nine UC Davis colleges and schools.

2018-19 Curriculum Enhancement Through Global Learning Program Cohort

Carlee Arnett

German and Russian, College of Letters and Science

Shelley Blozis

Psychology, College of Letters and Science

Leyla Cabugos

Library

Clare Cannon

Human Ecology, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

John Goldberg

Graduate School of Management          

Heather Hether

Communication, College of Letters and Science

Sasha Kingsley

Continuing and Professional Education  

Beatriz Martinez Lopez

Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine

Mona Monfared

Molecular and Cellular Biology, College of Biological Sciences

Gabriella Montinola

Political Science, College of Letters and Science

Jennifer Mullin

Biological and Agricultural Engineering, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Somen Nandi

Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering

Jon Rossini

Theatre and Dance, College of Letters and Science

Mike Schick

Emergency Medicine, UC Davis Health

Li Tian

Plant Sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Philipp Zerbe

Plant Biology, College of Biological Sciences