Game theory helps biologists understand how animals and humans choose to behave. Associate Professor of Biology Craig Tsuchida applies game theory to the question of whether a belief in God is a good bet.
Teachers may not need to know everything, but they do need to know about their students. Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Gifted Education & Professional Development Kathryn Picanco explains why.
How do we move the voices that are on the margins of our curriculum to the center? Which voices matter? Compelling words from Assistant Vice President for Diversity & Intercultural Relations and Assistant Professor of History Larry Burnley.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to education, and through gifted-and-talented education techniques, those with learning disabilities can develop their talents and thrive. Associate Professor of Education and Margo Long Chair Jann Leppien explains how Whitworth prepares teachers and parents to identify and develop students’ strengths.
What are the most important investments to make in order to achieve real economic growth? Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Vange Ocasio discusses the Solow Growth Model as a basis for consideration.