Peer Review, Summer 2017

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Summer2017Vol.19No.3

Faculty Collaboratives

This issue features the AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives project, which has created a large-scale, sustainable network of resource and innovation hubs and a curriculum for faculty professional learning in and across the ten LEAP States, with outreach to four additional states.

Table of Contents
From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey

Analysis

Susan Albertine, AAC&U

Elizabeth Holcombe, University of Southern California

Practice

Christina Chavéz-Reyes, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Emily Daniell Magruder, California State University; and Debra David, San José State University

Kathy Johnson, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis; T. J. Rivard, Indiana University East; and William J. McKinney, Indiana University

Molly Dunkum, Western Kentucky University; and Tracy Knowles, Bluegrass Community and Technical College

Robert J. Awkward, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education; Bonnie Orcutt, Worcester State University; Catherine L. Pride, Middlesex Community College; and Lori Dawson, Worcester State University

Katie Woehl, Valley City State University; and Ryan Zerr, University of North Dakota

Sandra Bailey, Oregon Institute of Technology; and Kay Sagmiller, Oregon State University

Terry Di Paolo, Dallas County Community College District; and Loraine Phillips,Georgia Institute of Technology

Matthew Morin, Chaffey College; John R. Taylor, Southern Utah University; Jennifer Peeples, Dan McInerney, Norm Jones—all of Utah State University; Phyllis Safman,Utah State Board of Regents; and Marianne McKnight, Salt Lake Community College

Gardner Campbell, Virginia Commonwealth University; and Beverly Covington, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia

Peggy James, University of Wisconsin–Parkside; and James Robinson, University of Wisconsin–Parkside

Research

Rebecca Dolinsky Graham, University of the District of Columbia

Reality Check

Anne V. Kelsch, University of North Dakota

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