The Student Life Working Group is focused on the proposition that the residential college is and will continue to be an integral part of a profound education experience. The understanding of the benefits of not only the residential experience, but the University of Virginia residential experience will be a focus. Student/faculty relationships, the Honor System, student self-governance will feature prominently into this discussion.
Additionally, the Working Group will look at the attributes of a U.Va. graduate and how well this matches to the characteristics and capabilities desired by future employers. It is anticipated that alumni input into the employer aspect of this work will be critical to this effort.
Another aspect of the Working Group’s effort will be a focus on the U.Va. curriculum. Are we teaching all the right things at the undergraduate level? Should we have more Masters programs to meet increasing industry demand? Are there opportunities for improvement in our Ph.D. programs?
Finally, these inquiries will be supported and informed by a front side focus on the ability to maintain access and affordability to a U.Va. education and a backside look at student career services.
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|Julie Caruccio||Working Group Staff Lead|
|Nicole Eramo||Assoc. Dean of Students|
|Larry Goedde||Faculty, Art|
|Marie-Louise Hammarskjold||Faculty, Medicine|
|Meg Jay||Curry School of Education, Human Services|
|Sean Jenkins||Working Group Staff Member|
|Rebecca Leonard||Assoc. Dean Student Services|
|Megan Lowe||Working Group Staff Member|
|Tony Tuonan Li||Undergraduate Student, Commerce|
|Deborah Parker||Spanish, Italian and Portuguese|
|Greg Roberts||Dean, Admissions|
|Lisa Spaar||Creative Writing Program|
|Chelsea Stokes||Undergraduate Student, A&S|
|Shelby Sutton||Undergraduate Student, A&S|
|Sheryl Wilbon||Alumna, College|