EnviroLab Asia + Center for Teaching & Learning are pleased to host:

“Conversations on Course Redevelopment”

Keck Classroom, Honnold-Mudd Library

Feb. 9, 2018



For 5C faculty who would like to learn more about EnviroLab Asia’s Course Development/Redevelopment grants, please join us for an informal conversation with previous grant recipients. The Course Development/Redevelopment grants aim to enhance the curricular offerings that address environmental issues of East and Southeast Asia. Faculty will share how they approached adding new material, incorporated cross-disciplinary methods, and/or integrated theory with practice in the classroom. The goals of this conversation are for faculty to share experiences and to enrich the network of scholars interested in teaching and learning about environmental issues in East and/or Southeast Asia.


The following faculty speakers will share their experiences with their courses:


Tom Le, Politics, Pomona College

Redeveloped Course: POLI – 168, International Relations of East Asia – Fall 2017


Claire Li, Asian Languages and Literatures, Pomona College

Redeveloped Course: Chinese 125, Modern Chinese Literature – Fall 2015


Katie Purvis-Roberts, Chemistry, Keck Science

Redeveloped Course: CHEM139, Environmental Chemistry, Keck Science – Spring 2018


The discussion will be co-facilitated by Albert Park (History & EnviroLab Asia, CMC) and Darryl Yong (Math & CTL, HMC).


FMI: Karin Mak, Project Administrator of EnviroLab Asia (kmak@cmc.edu)


Lunch will be provided– please indicate meal preference in RSVP. RSVPs requested but not required.

RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/XWYuiOrqNLQ3G1jk1


The Course Development/Redevelopment Application is due April 6, 2018 and can be found here: