How can programs get the commitment of lecturers and students when revising a curriculum?

Alessandro Di Bucchianico, program director of the bachelor and master programs mathematics at the TU/e Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, will share his experiences with creating the BC 2.0 curriculum of the Applied Mathematics bachelor program. In this lunch roundtable, he will also explain how they analyzed the shortcomings of the BC 1.0 curriculum, and how they tried to overcome these shortcomings. More importantly, he will highlight how they secured the involvement of lecturers as well as students in the process.

25 March 2024, 12:30-13:30, MetaForum 1.092 (Energy Forum)

Registration here (in-person and online attendance possible).