Why A Book-in-Common?
The Book-in-Common program is a university-wide initiative developed to foster a learning environment focused on the success of students to live, work, and lead in a diverse and complex world. The program will promote an awareness and appreciation for the richness that is brought by embracing all forms of diversity and multicultural perspectives. In addition, it supports University initiatives such as curricular and co-curricular efforts in Global Connections, Wellness Connections, and Business Connections.
Common Reading Programs
- intellectually engage students on a variety of social issues and diverse perspectives related to values and ethics
- foster a sense of intellectual community throughout the university
- engage students in interdisciplinary dialogue outside of the classroom
- provide opportunities for increased interaction among students, faculty, staff, and alumni
Dr. Theresa Lindsay
Director, Learning Success Programs
Pioneer Center for Student Excellence
For additional faculty resources:
Dr. Jörg Waltje
Executive Director, Center for Faculty Excellence
Page last updated 9:15 AM, November 16, 2018