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Cummings Curriculum Redesign

Beginning the Exploratory Phase of Curriculum Redesign

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is beginning the exploratory phase of curriculum redesign and we invite faculty, students, and other stakeholders to participate in this important process.

We aim to create a learner-centered environment that promotes student wellness, improves integration and application of knowledge, and enhances the teaching experience for faculty.  Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and veterinarians in the region are invited to assist with the development of specific goals for the new curriculum and we welcome your feedback on the curriculum redesign process itself.  Please review the materials provided on this website and contact us if you would like to provide feedback.

Updates

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Working Groups

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Reports

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FAQ

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Resources

Helpful information about the curriculum redesign process.

Contact Us

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Cummings School Curriculum Redesign Vote Result

January 14, 2019

From January 4th to January 11th, Cummings School faculty were asked to vote on the motion from the Curriculum Committee for the school to enter the design phase of curriculum redesign.¬†75 out of 116 faculty responded to the survey (65%) and the final vote was: Yes: 45 – 60% No: Read More

Cummings School Curriculum Redesign Vote

January 4, 2019

Cummings School faculty are strongly encouraged to vote on the motion from Curriculum Committee to move into the design phase of curriculum redesign by 5:00 PM on Friday, January 11, 2018. The sample curricula that were developed by faculty at the recent curriculum redesign retreats are available on the Academic Read More

9th Curriculum Conversation with Faculty

December 3, 2018

Office of Academic Affairs and the Curriculum Committee hosted the 9th Curriculum Conversation with Faculty to gather input and discuss the logistics and resources that would be required for the design and implementation phase of curriculum redesign. View notes from this session