Isaac DiIanni, economics, holds the attention of up to 600 students in lectures by way of a “teaching as storytelling” technique, an approach that imparts a coherent structure to unfamiliar material and draws students willingly into the learning process. In his upper-level topics class on American economic history, DiIanni guides students through advanced material with more personal attention. Several students have decided to pursue graduate studies in economics after taking this class.
- Isaac DiIanni receives The Campus Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Specialized Faculty
- Congratulations to students in ECON 103, 202, 203, and 303 for winning the FREDcast competition versus Mizzou again this Fall 2018!
- The roster of revolutionary CS + X degrees is growing by four this fall with the additions of bachelor’s degrees in CS + Advertising, CS + Economics, CS + Geography & Geographic Information Science, and CS + Philosophy.