The first step in the process is to gather ideas for a QEP. Here’s where you come in. We want ideas from the entire HSC community – faculty, staff, students, alumni, community members…anyone. Right now we need your help to identify the broad issues or themes for the enhancement of student learning. These themes will provide a framework for the subsequent development of specific QEP project proposals. Examples of possible QEP themes are listed below.
Once a list of broad themes has been generated, the entire campus can rank them in terms of their importance to improving student learning. Then, after selecting the highest ranked themes, you can submit specific QEP project proposals that support one or more of our selected themes and represent a new initiative to improve student learning. A panel of administrators and stakeholders will select one or more of the proposals to be developed into the UNTHSC QEP and implemented in the Fall of 2010.
Send your ideas for QEP themes to QEP@hsc.unt.edu by Feb. 8.
Examples of QEP themes or issues may include, but are not limited to:
Current HSC programs are good examples of QEP activities that address student learning needs, but keep in mind that the QEP must be a new program:
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