Abstract / Synopsis

Blending perspectives from the humanities and STEM fosters the creativity of all students. The culturally implicit dichotomy between the two meta-disciplines can be overcome with carefully designed courses and programs intent on doing so. The why and how of doing so through an online course is described with qualitative evidence of the success. Future plans for a full slate of such course and a virtual community are discussed.



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Debra T. Bourdeau and Beverly L. Wood, What Is Humanistic STEM and Why Do We Need It?

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