The following is a summary of the 2017-2018 General Education Information Literacy survey. This survey asked students for feedback and for input on how to improve Information Literacy general education courses. 92% of 118 survey respondents are classified as freshman (63%) or sophomores (29%). 41% of respondents indicated that the Information Literacy course they took … [Read more...] about Summary of General Education Information Literacy Survey
The following is a summary of the Human Cultures General Education Survey for 2017-2018. This survey asked students for feedback and for input on how to improve Human Cultures general education courses. 60% of 414 respondents are classified as freshmen (27%) or sophomores (33%). 24% are classified as juniors. 50% of respondents stated that the Human Cultures course(s) … [Read more...] about Summary of the Human Cultures General Education Survey
Our lives are full of connections. You see someone you know in the grocery store two aisles over. What’s the quickest way to get to them? Your parents live 2,000 miles away. There are no direct flights. Which flight has fewer layovers? Connections are rarely as easy as point A to point B. There are stops along the way, twists, turns and sometimes you may even get … [Read more...] about Looking for connections: There are more math surprises out there. Let’s find them.
A 15.7% NSSE Response Rate! It couldn't have happened without the hard work of Mike McManus, Sue McCrory, Brian Edmond, Jon Lee, Ray Wang, Sreekanth Acharya, Stacey Tune, and Megan Schiller, all of whom helped the assessment team implement the new delivery system via Blackboard. The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) has been open for less than a week and we're … [Read more...] about NSSE is Making Waves at Missouri State
By: Dr. Kelly Rapp, Director of the Missouri State Career Center Survey results are based on the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) survey or similar question, "Which of the following BEST describes your PRIMARY status after graduation?" The data below is what gets turned into Missouri Department of Higher Education. This has been done for two years. We … [Read more...] about Student Success After Graduation