After Brad Barham finished his term as chair of the University Committee, he looked around CALS and realized someone needed to help advance the college’s engagement with the chancellor’s initiative on Educational Innovation. Barham, professor of agricultural and applied economics, has spent the last two months talking with department chairs and other CALS leaders about what they’re considering, as well as what they’re already doing, on this front. He talks about what he learned in this interview with University Communication’s Stacy Forster.This entry was posted in Highlights, Teaching & Advising by . Bookmark the permalink.
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