SPOTLIGHT: What’s New!
Read about our the history of our project in A New Journey of CDASH (Curriculum Development in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities) by our team member Eun Ah Lee, posted in both English and Korean!
Listen to a podcast with Harvey Seifter of the Art of Science Learning on our Creative Disturbance platform here
NEW COURSES WITH SYLLABI
This non-mathematical introduction to the ideas of modern physics is designed for those not majoring in the physical sciences. After a brief introduction to physics in general and atomic theory specifically, the course focuses on three areas of modern physics that have revolutionized our understanding of nature: thermodynamics and the concept of entropy, the special and general theories of relativity, and quantum mechanics. Throughout we will look at Einstein’s contributions to modern physics and what factors in his life and thought allowed him to make such spectacular leaps in understanding. We also examine (briefly) the impact these physics ideas have had on other fields, such as poetry, literature, and music. No background in science or math will be assumed.
The course teaches modeling across three broad themes: knowledge, space, and time. Knowledge models are based on information, data, and logic (propositional and predicate).
This course is a collaboration between the departments of Literature and Physics. We will
examine the unlikely intersections between physical science and the arts – specifically poetry.
This interdisciplinary course encourages students from science, engineering, economics, social science, etc. to use techniques from the visual arts to create high-impact visualizations of research data.
The primary goal of the course is to allow the students to understand the foundation and philosophical basis of artificial life, its methods, and their practical use in games, robotics, and art.
Born of science and nurtured by art, photography has exposed the invisible. In this course, students use photography to explore the common ground occupied by art and science.
OTHER NEW COURSES
This course is designed for experienced art practitioners, scientists or humanities scholars who wish to engage with creative bioresearch.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the University’s flagship research degree, which can be taken in any discipline(s) area in the University, providing that appropriate supervision and resources are available
Our Primary/Secondary specialist Eun An Lee has added a new article to our Resources page “The Art-Science Connection” about an integrated art-science program in a performing arts high school. Click on “Resources” to see the reference.
We are excited to announce the launch of CDASH 2.0, our new website for Curriculum Development in the Arts, Sciences and Humanities!
Kathryn Evans, Roger Malina and Eun Ah Lee, The University of Texas at Dallas
The CDASH (Curriculum Development in the Arts, Sciences and Humanities) website was established in 2012 by Kathryn Evans and Roger Malina as both a resource for faculty who engaged in or were interested in engaging in art-science-humanities curriculum; and as a data collection point where these types of curriculum could be surveyed for innovation and sustainability. Our new site will include graduate, undergraduate, primary/secondary and informal curriculum.
Our new website allows you to easily enter your course and all the relevant details. Please log in or register before you submit your course. You may also access the other areas of the site. Those who submit syllabi will be admitted to the Cloud Curriculum, where you can download other syllabi and resources.
We are interested in the broad range of curriculum that combines the performing and visual arts (music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts and new media) and the sciences. We are looking for submissions of in-person class room, on-line and hybrid blended courses. Please submit your course today!
This project is co-sponsored by The ArtSciLab at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), the UTD School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication , and The UTD Center for Teaching and Learning.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com.