The Summer/Fall 2005 issue of Peer Review focuses on integrative learning. Integrative abilities are among the most important goals of a twenty-first-century liberal education. Articles in this issue explore how integrative learning fosters connections among disciplines and cocurricular experiences and transcends academic boundaries.
Peer Review, Spring, 2005: Sponsored by the Kauffman Consortium for Liberal Education and Entrepreneurship, housed at the College of Charleston, this issue explores how entrepreneurial ideas and values, especially those tied to a sense of social responsibility, might reinvigorate and complement contemporary understandings of liberal education across multiple disciplines.
Peer Review, Winter 2005: This issue explores efforts to improve science education for majors and nonmajors through new forms of engaged science learning. Included are an overview of trends in undergraduate science reform, a reflection on the multiple meanings of engaged learning, and a list of myths about engagement that prevent science faculty from adopting active learning pedagogies.
Peer Review, Fall 2004: Challenging the widespread notion that general education is something to "get out of the way as soon as possible," this issue explores ways that campuses are now working to cultivate important outcomes across the curriculum and, given the growth in student transfer, across institutions.