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Dec 3, 2021

USD GEP Co-Requisite to become USDEI Requirement Fall 2023

The History As we wrote about in July, the Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE) – which is the body of university-level faculty governance charged by the Provost with the review and recommendations regarding the General Education Program (GEP) at NC State – has been discussing the existing US Diversity co-requisite requirement and its place as a… 

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Oct 8, 2021

Re-Examining Old Forms

During the implementation of CIM for Programs, the online system for curricular approval at NC State University, the first step was to examine the existing forms used by the campus. These forms included Format A (also known as the 8 Semester Display) and the Format B (also known as the Degree Requirements or ADA). These forms… 

Sep 1, 2021

Course Spotlight: Humans and the Environment

University Courses and Curricula Committee (UCCC) Members lauded the record of this triple-crosslisted, solutions-focused course for having an excellent CIM for Courses record at their September 01, 2021 meeting! They remarked especially upon the clear record of consultation with other colleges, illustrating the deep, cross-college communication and collaboration that this course went through during development!… 

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Aug 25, 2021

Fall 2021 Courses & Curricula Newsletter!

On Monday, August 9, 2021, the NCSU Courses & Curricula Team (also know as the CourseLeaf Admin Team) – made up for Registration & Records, OUCCAS, and The Graduate School – shared out its first-ever Courses & Curricula Newsletter to all users of the CourseLeaf system! This resource contains information about CourseLeaf at NC State (our… 

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Aug 9, 2021

Reminders for Fall

Fall 2021 begins soon, and with it so do committee meetings for curricular approval! See notes below for reminders of deadlines and what we can do to help: Deadlines: In order to allow for review time and to comply with sunshine laws, deadlines for actions continue to be two weeks prior to the target UCCC… 

Aug 5, 2021

Governance Deadlines For Courses & Curricula

The Fall term is starting soon! Check out the Process Map page for dates and deadlines for UCCC and CUE meetings, and check out the Graduate School’s Course Actions page for ABGS deadlines. 

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Jul 15, 2021

Discussions on USD Requirement

In Fall 2020, the Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE) discussed their understanding of the objective and parameters of the current US Diversity requirement portion of the General Education Program (GEP) at NC State. After closing out the discussion regarding current USD parameters, members considered a benchmarking report along with background information from past CUE years and… 

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Jul 15, 2021

Finding Commonality

During Fall 2020, the University Courses and Curricula Committee (UCCC) had an interesting discussion about what information should be included in a student “agreement” (often referred to as a “contract”). These agreements can look different department to department and college to college, and since these agreements may stand in place of a syllabus in some… 

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Jul 15, 2021

CIM Role Change Form Now Available!

A new form is available to enable users in the Courseleaf Course/Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) system to communicate role changes to the office! Fill out this form to send an update to us and we’ll follow up with you once the change has been made. 

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Jul 14, 2021

This is a Sample Post

This is a sample post! What is this post about? This is a post to test out what a post might look like on the page. How might this post affect you? In all likelihood, it won’t! I don’t plan to ever actually publish this thing. So what should I be doing about it? Absolutely…