Two graduate students win the first-ever Crossroads 2.0 Course Proposal Competition

Award Recipient: 

Mariah Miller

Award Date: 

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Winners of the inaugural Crossroads 2.0 course proposal competition put on by the Graduate Division and the College of Creative Studies, graduate students MacKenzie Wade (anthropology) and Mariah Miller (global studies) will see their proposal, “Alternative Foods, Alternative Economies: Creative Collaborations to Reimagine the Food System,” offered in the College of Creative Studies (CCS) in the 2022 winter quarter. Wade and Miller each will receive a stipend of $5,000 this summer to work on the course, and another stipend of $5,000 in the fall to finalize their syllabus while holding a teaching assistant or graduate student researcher position in their respective departments. They will then receive associate positions to teach their course during winter 2022. 

Read the full details and inspiration for the course here: