2001 Action Plan - Priorities
Recruitment & Retention of Students | Undergraduate Experience | Graduate Experience | Academic Programs & Faculty | Connection to the Greater Community | Infrastructure/Support Improvements
Note comments under Strengthening Student Learning section
of the 2000 Status Report.
Funds were added to the new Recreation Center budget for a partial
year share of OMP by the university.
Implementation of electronic voting for SGA elections in spring
2000 resulted in a doubling of student participation.
A successful search for a vice president for student
services resulted in our top choice accepting the position.
We anticipate even closer working relationships between student
services and academic affairs that will significantly benefit
in Undergraduate Education (QUE) project was funded by the
Trusts and by the ExxonMobil Foundation. Georgia State is
the fiscal agent for a consortium of ten clusters of institutions
and the Education Trust to develop standards and assessments for
graduation from college and for transfer from lower division to
upper division after two years of college. Georgia State and Georgia
Perimeter College are working in the disciplines of biology,
history, and mathematics.
A Standards-based Teacher Education Project (STEP) received continued
funding under USG Title II grant and from a grant from the Carnegie
Foundation to CBE/AACTE. STEP involves alignment of standards
and assessments for teacher preparation.
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