History project exemplifies 360° of Learning through ‘wilderness ideal’
UW-Green Bay faculty members have exemplified 360° of Learning long before our new brand gave it a name. For some, the focus was interdisciplinarity; for others, problem-focused learning — and for many, it’s long been both. Now that our new brand has been rolled out campus- and community-wide, we’ll be bringing you periodic examples of how faculty and students are learning and living 360 in the classroom and beyond. The latest example comes courtesy of Prof. David Voelker, whose History 302 students just finished their projects on the “wilderness ideal” in America — and right here in Northeastern Wisconsin. You can read all about the project and see some of the students’ work by clicking the link below. Have your own 360° example to submit? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Full story.