Developing an Interdisciplinary, Distributed Graduate Course for Twenty-First Century Scientists

photo of Gaviota PeakGraduate programs have placed an increasing emphasis on the importance of interdisciplinary education, but barriers to interdisciplinary training still remain. This article, published in BioScience, summarizes the lessons learned from a highly successful implementation of NCEAS' distributed graduate seminar in the new field of landscape genetics.

Developing an Interdisciplinary, Distributed Graduate Course for Twenty-First Century Scientists
H.H. Wagner, M.A. Murphy, R. Holderegger, L. Waits
BioScience, 62(2):182-188, Feb 2012

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Posted on February 29, 2012