Ideas to Action: Using Critical Thinking to Foster Student Learning and Community Engagement
i2a is a multi-year year effort to promote meaningful transformation of our undergraduate programs, build infrastructure to sustain these innovations, and report on our progress to SACS. Each undergraduate unit must develop a unit-specific plan to support the overall goals of i2a.
In 2005, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) asked U of L to come up with a university-wide initiative quality enhancement plan (QEP) to improve student learning.
With input from all segments of the U of L community, we developed our QEP, an initiative to transform undergraduate education and titled it Ideas to Action: Using Critical Thinking to Foster Student Learning and Community Engagement, also known as i2a.
- Welcome Dr. Nisha Gupta, the i2a specialist for culminating experiences!
- Call for undergraduate students to join the new i2a Student Interest Group (SIG). Contact us to learn more.
- Over the coming weeks, the i2a website will be updated while still "live." Contact us if you have questions or difficulty with the site. We expect our new site to be fully updated by January 2010.