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Measuring Up
Quantifying the quality of an Emory education

Selected Results from the National Survey of Student Engagement

“Our goals are so complex that learning outcomes assessment will measure only a small part of what takes place while our students are with us.”

“I think it’s important for students to know a lot of facts [and] figures. . . . If you haven’t acquired that basic, empirical knowledge, the structure of reflection you build upon collapses.”


The New Curriculum
Medical student education in the twenty-first century


The Transforming Community Project

Practicing Diversity in the Academy
Uncovering and engaging Emory’s racial past and present

Uncovering the Past, Looking to the Future
Experiencing a community dialogue at Emory


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Mark Bauerlein, English
Gordon Churchward, Microbiology & Immunology
Leslie Harris, History & African American Studies
Bill Kelly, Biology
Wendy Newby, Emory College
Steven Nowicki, Psychology
Kate Sweeney, Emory College
Daniel Teodorescu, Institutional Research
Jody Usher, Transforming Community Project


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Atlanta, GA 2007

Oct/Nov 07
Vol 10 No 2