Peer Review, Spring 2004: Planned in coordination with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, this issue examines the intersections between undergraduate and graduate education. It explores the ways in which doctoral education could and should cultivate not just preparation for teaching in liberal arts fields, but new leadership for the larger aims of liberal education.
Peer Review, Winter 2004: This issue focuses on the evolving identities and missions of colleges and universities as they adapt to provide a practical and engaged liberal education to today's students.
Peer Review, Fall 2003: This issue focuses on writing as a key outcome of liberal education and explores recent trends in writing instruction, assessment, and curricular relocation. Also included are case studies in programmatic reform and a look at related college readiness issues.
Peer Review, Summer 2003: This issue addresses new models for general education with a focus on models of integrative learning and connections with the major and across a student's full time in college. It also explores the impact of such changes on institutional priorities like the assessment of student learning outcomes.