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Winter 2013-2014

  • Drexel’s Future, Drexel’s Past

    Higher education is reaching a tipping point. In the words of Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, “Higher education is approaching a crossroads, where leaders will be asked to choose between incremental and transformational change.”

  • Plagiarize This Article

    72% of students who violated the academic integrity policy did so in classes offered by colleges other than their own. Tracking violations allows faculty and program administrators to issue appropriate sanctions and the opportunity to educate students.

  • Beyond Policing

    Drexel’s Criminal Justice Program is preparing thoughtful, reflective students able to transfer their learning to the workplace and a broad range of graduate programs. Embracing and integrating new technology into the curriculum is part of the plan.

  • Academic Program Assessment Activity

    In an effort to establish a definitive baseline of assessment practices in each academic program across the University’s colleges and schools, the Assessment Group within the Office of Institutional Research, Assessment and Effectiveness conducted an inventory of assessment activities. One-hundred sixty-eight programs completed the inventory, 95 Aundergraduate and 73 graduate.

  • Program Level Outcomes

    Undergraduate program level outcomes define what students in each discipline will know and be able to do by the time they graduate from Drexel. In order to be compliant with Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) guidelines, Drexel publishes its undergraduate program level outcomes online, and they are reviewed annually by the academic programs.