The Educated Citizen and Public Health Publications

Peer Review, Fall 2012
Peer Review, Fall 2012

This issue focuses on the new changes to the MCAT, which focus more on broad integrative learning outcomes and competencies than on specific course requirements. Changes in the MCAT reinforce an urgent need for significant curricular revision, especially to focus more on competencies within lower-division pre-health coursework, and to encourage undergraduate students to make creative connections between and across disciplines and divisions.Read more

Peer Review, Summer 2009
Peer Review, Summer 2009

Peer Review, Summer, 2009: This issue makes the case for a bridge between the undergraduate and public health communities, illustrates the potential for public health education as a vehicle for liberal learning, and provides concrete examples and approaches to the development of high quality undergraduate courses and curricula.

The edition is produced with support from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation as part of AAC&U’s Educated Citizen and Public Health initiative.Read more