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An athletic 32-year-old in a down vest and a ponytail, Esler has been teaching science in Idaho for almost a decade, helping establish his school’s Outdoor Studies Program, a year-long interdisciplinary program for juniors.
Clark's vision involves an interdisciplinary facility that embraces so many of the departments that distinguish UAB as an academic medical center, from nutrition to optometry to rehabilitation to genetics and genomics, just to name a few.
The 2017 prize structure gives one finalist per discipline — visual, literary, film/video, performance, interdisciplinary, music — a $10,000 Mary Sawyers Baker Prize; one artist from within those six awardees receives the $30,000 Imboden Prize.
LACMA instead plans to install the collection as a continuing series of temporary exhibitions — cross-cultural and interdisciplinary.
The interdisciplinary minor would bring together existing courses from the school of the arts, engineering, social sciences and humanities, and the department of information and computer science.
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Definition of interdisciplinary for English Language Learners
: involving two or more academic, scientific, or artistic areas of knowledge : involving two or more disciplines
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