The ideal political conversation is a lot like a visit to the local coffee shop, says professor Nigmendra Narain.
Professor Tricia Johnson draws on all her experience and creativity as she teaches her visual arts classes online.
Engineering students will face demanding, ‘re-imagined’ labs, often using materials they have at home.
Professor Nicole Campbell empathizes with the challenges her students face in remote learning and has designed a course that builds their success as scholars and as people.
Professor Katrina Moser challenges students in her climate-change class to push themselves – and she expects no less of herself as she puts her course online.
With everyday conversations peppered with phrases such as ‘flattening the curve,’ professor Lindi Wahl hopes her revamped mathematical biology course can help students learn to predict the spread of COVID-19.
Award-winning ‘superclass’ pioneer Mike Atkinson is confident today’s students can also thrive in this new format.
Soprano Adriana Orozco Burbano practises an aria while wearing her facemask – one of many health precautions adopted at Western’s Don Wright Faculty of Music this fall.
The challenges of converting 3,000 in-person classes to remote course instruction have been Herculean – but teamwork and collective commitment have made it happen.