We've published a 10-year evaluation of the Gateway Science Workshop program in Educational Research and Evaluation. And our related study on social comparison in learning groups was recently published in Active Learning in Higher Education.
See Center Director Greg Light's co-authored article on qualitative methods in engineering education research, in the 2014 Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research.
What Makes a Great Teacher?
Ken Bain, author of What the Best College Teachers Do and former Searle Center director, contributes to NPR's "Great Teachers" discussion.
Youngman Reflects on MOOCs
U.S. Professors of the Year Named
The Chronicle of Higher Education highlights winners of the 2014 U.S. Professors of the Year Award.
Nearly 150 faculty, staff, administrators, and students took part in the November 18 “Critical Reflections on Learning” Assessment Forum. This yearly event showcases assessment initiatives at all levels, from individual courses to school-wide programs. Program notes, including materials from Professor Larry Hedges’ keynote presentation, will be available here soon.
On the pre-med track, Leung plans a career in global health. He has served as a mentor in both the Gateway Science Workshop (GSW) program and Academic Mentoring Program (AMP), and was recently honored as AMP’s Mentor of the Year. Leung also serves as general manager for the Treblemakers, an a cappella group on campus.