The NSF IGE award supported a three-year project led by an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the arts, humanities, and sciences at UGA. The award brought together a diverse group of graduate students from STEM and arts disciplines to address environmental issues using creativity-based training methods from the arts. Widespread adoption of these methods will contribute to equipping STEM graduates across the country with communication and collaboration skills and ultimately increase creative and innovative solutions to complex global environmental challenges.
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Learn more on UGA’s Willson Center for Humanities & Arts