Tag - Quality Enhancement Plan

Why learning by doing matters more, longer

Do we really learn better by doing? Dr. Kimberly Gray, director of the Office of Experiential Learning, thinks so. Gray joined the university in April of 2016 to help implement the university’s new Quality Enhancement Plan, “Learning by Doing.” The Jagwire team sat down with Gray...

Augusta University’s accreditation reaffirmed

At the annual meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 6, Augusta University’s accreditation was reaffirmed. This is the first accreditation for the consolidated university and marks a symbolic administrative completion of...

Provost Perspective: SACSCOC visit

After months and months of strenuous, coordinated effort, we’re close to the finish line when it comes to our accreditation. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges’ (SACSCOC) on-site team will be vising Augusta University March 22-24, marking the final phase of this...

Director of Experiential Learning candidate to speak today

The Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs is pleased to announce three candidates for the position of Director of Experiential Learning as part of the new Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). Each candidate will speak on his or her concept of leadership, and all faculty and staff are invited to attend...

Quality Enhancement Plan submitted to on-site review committee

Augusta University’s first Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) has been submitted to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) on-site review committee in anticipation of the scheduled site visit March 22-24. The QEP, titled Learning by Doing: Discover, Engage...

Provost Perspective: Quality Enhancement Plan

If 2015 was a year of change – perhaps the biggest in the change-filled years since consolidation – then 2016 could very well be a year of establishing solid foundations, and nothing establishes a foundation quite like the accreditation process. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools...

Quality Enhancement Plan is important, and here’s why

If it seems like it’s been awhile since you’ve heard about the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), you’re right. But that doesn’t mean nothing’s happening. “We did a huge marketing campaign with Phase One, and we’ve been a little quieter recently because we’ve been working,” said Mickey Williford...

Quality Enhancement Project picks two proposals, moves forward

Quality Enhancement Project picks two proposals, moves forward

After a one-year assessment-driven, broad-based process by faculty, staff, and students to identify a plan that could be further developed in a second phase of the Quality Enhancement Project (QEP), a recommendation by the leadership panel was made to Dr. Caughman that ACE (Academic Community...

Finalists selected for QEP

Finalists selected for QEP

Leadership, Engagement, and Professionalism (LEAP) and the Academic Community Engagement (ACE) have been selected as finalists for the Quality Enhancement Plan. “After reviewing the proposals, the QEP Core Team felt these two best embodied the theme of experiential learning as well as met the...

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