Biology Professor Smocovitis receives Mellon Grant

Biology Professor Betty Smocovitis is leading one of the four interdisciplinary groups that will conduct Research into Teaching sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and organized by the UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere.  The group will study how lessons from past inventions can inform current problems stemming from the accelerating pace of social technologies such as the internet and artificial intelligence. This research will result in innovative, interdisciplinary undergraduate courses for the new UF Quest general education curriculum. 

 For more information see: https://intersections.humanities.ufl.edu/news_updates/announcing-the-intersections-research-into-teaching-grant-award-winners/