Departments are now registering courses eligible to fulfill the new general education requirements, Ways of Thinking/Ways of Doing, approved by the Faculty Senate earlier this year. In accordance with recommendations by the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES) report, the new requirements will replace both the Disciplinary Breadth and Education for Citizenship general education requirements (GERs). Changes will take effect for the incoming class of 2017.
Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford University
The ASSU Community Action Board (CAB) released a letter Feb. 20 in response to the recent Study of Undergraduate Education (SUES) report, which examines the goals of a Stanford undergraduate education and, in over 100-pages, makes 55 recommendations for improvement. The ASSU Undergraduate Senate passed a resolution to support CAB’s letter at its Tuesday night meeting.
Two students were selected for one of the most important Stanford commissions in recent memory. How were they chosen?