Guna Nadarajan at National Academies’ Convocation
May 6, 2019
From the University of Michigan Stamps School of Art and Design:
Led by Stamps School Dean Guna Nadarajan, a panel explored the benefits of integrating the arts and design in STEM education to a crowd of 300 at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) in Washington, DC.
The April 12 session, “Successfully Integrating the Arts and Humanities in Higher Education” also featured University of Georgia’s (UGA) Nicholas Allen who heads their humanities institute; Jill Sonke, who directs the Center for Arts and Medicine at the University of Florida; and U-M professor of biomedical, entrepreneurship and engineering education, Aileen Huang-Saad. They each provided examples of successful integration of arts and design in science, technology, engineering, math and medicine in higher education.