POLI369T – Living with Nuclear Weapons. Arms Control and Verification Technologies

TitlePOLI369T – Living with Nuclear Weapons. Arms Control and Verification Technologies
Duration1 Year
Project Summary

Develop a 3rd year, fully “flipped” interdisciplinary course that enrols EECE and POLI SCI students together to work in collaborative peer learning projects, applying their respective disciplinary methods and knowledge to problem solving assignments related to nuclear weapons and arms control in general and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) in particular. Create synergy between active classroom participation, flipped online instructional videos and learning materials, and CTBT Organization learning materials. Engage students in an interdisciplinary capstone project. Develop ‘remediation’ resources. Create and manage an open access public space. Integrate CBTO resources with learning activities. Training on software applications for teaching assistants and faculty.

Funding Details
Year 1: Project YearYear 1
Year 1: Funding Year2013/2014
Year 1: Project TypeLarge TLEF
Year 1: Principal InvestigatorAllen Sens
Year 1: Funded Amount55,135
Year 1: Team Members

Allen Sens, Professor of Teaching, Political Science
Matthew Yedlin, Co-Principal Investigator / Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Justin Alger, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Kate Stewart, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Project ReportReport-2013-FL-Sens-WEB.pdf