Peer Review: Current Issue

Current Issue

Summer2018Vol.20No.3

Reforming General Education As If It Matters—Because It Does

The oft criticized slow pace of change in higher education may have a surprising example of beneficial resilience in support of liberal education. The noticeable example of all things is general education, which will be explored in this issue. In a world of rapid disruption, narcissism, and obsession with the new, general education has emerged as a place of collaboration, thoughtfulness, creativity, innovation and inquiry. 

Table of Contents
From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey

Analysis

Loraine Phillips, Associate Provost for Academic Effectiveness, Georgia Institute of Technology

Practice

Kristian M. Twombly, Mark Springer, James R. Heiman, Kevin W. Sharpe, and R. Jeffrey Ringer; all of St. Cloud State University

Ian C. Chow, Paula Hodgson, Sze-Wing Tang, Wing-Hung Wong, and Yang Yeung; all of The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Pamela Tracy, Heather Lettner-Rust, Larissa Smith Fergeson, Sharon Emerson-Stonnell, and David Locascio; all of Longwood University

Geoffrey Buhl, Amanda Quintero, Marie Francois, Michelle Pajka Hasendonckx, and Kathleen Klompien; all of California State University−Channel Islands

Rachel L. DiCioccio, Elaine Finan, and Eric C. Kaldor; all of The University of Rhode Island

Reality Check

Paul Hanstedt, Roanoke College