LEARN Center

The Undergraduate Experience

The Undergraduate Experience: Focusing Institutions on What Matters Most
Peter Felten, John N. Gardner, Charles C. Schroeder, Leo M. Lambert, Betsy O. Barefoot

The Undergraduate Experience is a practical guide for advancing student learning and improving institutional performance in the ever-changing landscape of higher education.  Written by noted experts in the field, this vital resource challenges college and university leaders to examine current, ineffective practices that fragment their student’s experience.  The Undergraduate Experience puts the focus on a dynamic, integrated learning paradigm that embraces all students. 

Campus leaders of all kinds (administrators, faculty, and staff alike) are welcome!

Starting September 15th | Every other Wednesday | 3:30 to 4:30 pm | MG19A

  • Sept. 15 & 29th
  • Oct. 13 & 27th
  • Nov. 10th

Discussions will be facilitated by Wesley K. Hough, Assistant Professor for Mathematics Department and Amanda Krier-Jenkins, Assistant Director and Academic Development for University Housing.

Meetings will be offered in-person with an option to join via Webex. Books are provided by the LEARN Center.

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Registrations accepted online until  8/23/21.