CPR RECEIVES LUMINA GRANT TO STUDY HIGH-IMPACT PRACTICES
High-impact practices (HIPs)—such as service-learning, learning communities, internships, and study abroad—have been widely promoted by higher education leaders. While confidence in their educational benefits are high, we need to know more about their distinctive educational features and how specific HIPs contribute to student learning and success. With generous support from Lumina Foundation, CPR is pleased to announce Assessing Quality and Equity in High-Impact Practices, a project focused on facilitating the assessment of HIPs.
Jillian Kinzie and George Kuh's report, "Review of Student Success Frameworks to Mobilize Higher Education", examines the state of current student success approaches and opportunities in the field.
Barbara Stewart and Katie Noel Win SOE Award
Congratulations to Barbara Stewart, Office and Project Coordinator, and Katie Noel, Office Secretary, for receiving the 2016 School of Education Staff Recognition Award! We are very grateful for their dedication, willingness to assist, and professionalism which benefit all projects in the Center. We are also proud that this is the first time this award has been given to CPR staff. The award includes a congratulatory letter from Terry Mason, the Interim Dean of the School of Education, and a monetary bonus. Please join us in celebrating Barbara and Katie on this well-deserved award!