Multi-disciplinary learning for global challenges

"Multi-disciplinary approaches are becoming increasingly important as a means of finding solutions to the complex problems and issues that surround us. This captures the essence of an Exeter experience – learning to think in new ways, integrating knowledge and skills, crossing boundaries, working collaboratively across disciplines, and offering a richer understanding of the world about us."

- Professor Sarah Hamilton

Multi-disciplinary learning within the curriculum

Dr Christopher Laing

Engaging students in multi-disciplinary learning and research

Dr Gihan Marasingha

Engaging students in multi-disciplinary learning

Dr Katharine Murphy

Engaging students in multi-disciplinary learning

Sir Paul Newton

Engaging students in multi-disciplinary learning

Professor Mark Jackson

Promoting multi-disciplinary learning within the curriculum

Prof. Jonathan Gosling

Interdisciplinary work between business and sustainability

Fiona Macbeth

Interdisciplinary work between Drama and the Medical School

Dr Ana Martins

Promoting multi-disciplinary learning within the curriculum

Dr Darren Schreiber

Promoting multi-disciplinary learning within the curriculum

Dr Lisa Stead

Promoting multi-disciplinary learning within the curriculum

Dr Mike Dobson

Inter-disciplinary interaction through Flexible Combined Honours

Prof. Michael Depledge

Multi-disciplinary approaches to learning and research

Professor Emma Cayley

Multi-disciplinary approaches to learning and research

Professor Gert Vonhoff

Multi-disciplinary learning and intercultural collaboration

Prof. Ulrike Zitzlsperger

Multi-disciplinary learning to tackle global challenges

Dr Fiona Handyside

Multi-disciplinary learning to tackle global challenges

Dr Thomas Currie

Multi-disciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Professor Juliet Osborne

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Dr Alison Haggett

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Dr Ian Cook

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Dr Sue Prince

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Professor Tim Lenton

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Prof. Gabriella Giannachi

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Professor Richard Everson

Interdisciplinary engagement to tackle global challenges

Professor Stuart Townley

Multi-disciplinary work to tackle global challenges

Strategies to support multi-disciplinary learning

Professor Janice Kay

Multi-disciplinary learning as a strategic aim

The Undergraduate

Students developing their research skills through a journal

Professor James Clark

Interdisciplinarity through the Liberal Arts programme

Professor Geoff Nash

Interdisciplinarity in the Natural Sciences programme

Professor Fabrizio Nevola

Promoting interdisciplinarity in Art History and Visual Culture

Prof Gabriele Vosseberg

Interdisciplinary learning in the Business School and beyond

Anka Djordjevic

Promoting interdisciplinarity with Grand Challenges

Richard Falk

Multi-disciplinary discussion through the Students' Green Unit

Charlie Rush

Multi-disciplinary engagement through the Students' Guild

Ami Gibson

Cross-disciplinary engagement in volunteering work

Karen Gallagher

Multi-disciplinary learning to promote Sustainability