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The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) of FGCU

The Next Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) for FGCU

Provost's Announcement of QEPDC



Following the selection of the topic of our next Quality Enhancement Plan, University-wide Writing, Critical Thinking, and Literacy Initiative, and in consultation with Faculty Senate and others, I am pleased to announce the group that will work over the next two years to conceive an initiative intended to enhance student learning in accordance with COC of SACS criteria.  All of the individuals who have agreed to serve on this group are well-qualified for the task and are committed to its successful completion. Leading this effort will be Dr. Jim Wohlpart, Dean of Undergraduate Studies. The membership of QEP Development Committee (QEPDC) is as follows: 

Kevin Aho College of Arts and Sciences
Tom Bevins College of Health Professions
Carol Bledsoe Writing Center
Anne-Marie Bouche College of Arts and Sciences
Anna Carlin Library Services
Sarah Davis Colloquium
Jackie Greene College of Education
Anna Haney-Withrow College of Arts and Sciences
Scott Karakas General Education
Carrie Kerekes Lutgert College of Business
Tanya Kunberger U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering
Jameson Moschella University Housing/FYRE Program
Stacey Parker Center for Academic Achievement
Linda Rowland College of Arts and Sciences
Linda Serro College of Education
Jim Wohlpart (Chair) Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Student representation will be added to the Committee over the summer. To learn more about the QEP and the QEPDC, please visit the QEP website The QEPDC will post periodic updates as its work progresses. The Committee will begin to meet in fall 2012 and will form ad hoc subgroups as it determines necessary to complete its work. Please join me in wishing them great success in this endeavor.

Ron Toll
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs