“How do we identify achievement and celebrate the contribution of the more traditional liberal education?” asked California State University, Stanislaus, President Joseph Sheley recently. “That education, no matter what the major is, includes competencies, skills sets that should make any graduate a good citizen, good employee and a leader at some point.” The university has started an online initiative – the GROW Project – with tips and resources to improve student writing.
“How do we identify achievement and celebrate the contribution of the more traditional liberal education?” asked California State University, Stanislaus, President Joseph Sheley recently. “That education, no matter what the major is, includes competencies, skills sets that should make any graduate a good citizen, good employee and a leader at some point.” The university has started an online initiative – the GROW Project – with tips and resources to improve student writing. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file
“How do we identify achievement and celebrate the contribution of the more traditional liberal education?” asked California State University, Stanislaus, President Joseph Sheley recently. “That education, no matter what the major is, includes competencies, skills sets that should make any graduate a good citizen, good employee and a leader at some point.” The university has started an online initiative – the GROW Project – with tips and resources to improve student writing. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file
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