Douglas Northrop receives Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize

May 25, 2011 Bookmark and Share

Douglas Northrop (Associate Professor of History and Near Eastern Studies) received one of five 2011 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prizes for his course Zoom: Teaching Time, Space, and Approaches to Knowledge (History 238). “‘Zoom’ is a course in ‘big history.’ It moves through a range of disciplinary perspectives (astronomy, geology, biology, anthropology, etc.) to tell the universe’s story from the ‘Big Bang’ to the end of time.” Read more in the UM Record