Claremont McKenna College

Academic Innovations Videos

Claremont McKenna College faculty have thrown away the academic playbook this fall by turning their courses inside-out and creating innovative ways to meet the demands of an all-virtual academic semester.

They’ve revamped syllabi to capitalize on a wealth of digital resources. They’ve broadened their modes of teaching to mount the virtual possibilities. They’ve developed hands-on projects that students can design, execute, and share remotely.

Yet, the goal is the same as it has always been at CMC: To actively engage students and provide an immersive, personalized, and advanced academic experience.

Janet Sheung

August 14, 2020

Janet Sheung has reimagined the lab curriculum for the Fall.

Angela Vossmeyer

August 14, 2020

Angela Vossmeyer is planning for small groups, applied exercises, and lectures on demand this fall.

Albert L. Park

August 14, 2020

Albert L. Park redesigns courses with Legos, spray paint, and a splash of K-Pop

Tamara Venit-Shelton

August 14, 2020

Tamara Venit-Shelton’s students will also get the opportunity to become historians of their own time as part of the COVID19@CMC program

Mark Huber

August 14, 2020

Mark Huber is excited about reimagining the opportunity to create a virtual learning space that is as inclusive as possible