Strategies for Supporting Faculty Planning to Advance Curricular Coherence: Four Case Studies
When intentionally designed by faculty, curricular pathways can guide students to higher levels of learning, intellectual skill development, and practical knowledge.
October 22, 2019
When intentionally designed by faculty, curricular pathways can guide students to higher levels of learning, intellectual skill development, and practical knowledge. This webinar featured the ambitious curricular change efforts currently underway to increase intentionality and reduce the time to earn a degree at the four institutions that participated in AAC&U’s Purposeful Pathways: Faculty Planning for Curricular Coherence project (Community College of Philadelphia; University of Houston–Downtown; University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and Winston-Salem State University). The Teagle Foundation funded this effort.
Tia Brown McNairVice President for Diversity, Equity, and Student Success and Executive Director for the TRHT Campus Centers, AAC&U
Amy BirgeCoordinator of Curriculum Development and Professor of English, Community College of Philadelphia
Laurel PritchardVice Provost for Undergraduate Education, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Jeffrey JacksonChair, Department of History, Humanities, and Languages, University of Houston - Downtown
Carolynn BerrySenior Associate Provost, Winston-Salem State University