For Faculty and Students
Informational Pages - What does Research that Reaches Out mean for me?
Information for those faculty and staff who work with students in the Macon traditional undergraduate programs (College of Liberal Arts, Stetson School of Business and Economics, School of Engineering, Tift College of Education, Townsend School of Music, College of Health Professions).
Sample Reflection Prompts (Explore and Express level)
Faculty feedback at the August 2019 QEP workshop included requests for more examples of ways to ask students to reflect on their Explore and Express coursework. We have developed some new prompts that align more closely with the different roles and expectations of students in Explore- and Express-level experiences.
- Prompts for undergraduate research students (click here to download)
- Prompts for students in Explore and Express courses (click here to download)
- Prompts for students in journalism courses (click here to download)
If you find them useful, we’d like to hear from you. Please email Dr. Kloepper at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your stories and feedback.
Examples of assignments for INT 101, TCO 141, and GBK 101 that address the Expose-level student learning outcomes.
Our target population for assessment of Research that Reaches Out is the Macon traditional undergraduate student population. However, integrating research and service is a University priority. This page highlights areas where the entire University can engage.