The CDASH (Curriculum Development in the Arts, Sciences and Humanities) website was established in 2012 by Kathryn Evans and Roger Malina as a 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 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, on-line and hybrid blended courses.
We are looking for submissions of in-person class room, on-line and hybrid blended courses. Please submit your course today!
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Supported in part by the Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Dallas.
Additional funding from the School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication, UT Dallas with additional support from the School of Arts and Humanities, UT Dallas.