Hope College's top priority is ensuring that each student receives effective teaching. We want every Hope graduate to think with clarity, communicate effectively, and lead lives of leadership and service in our global society.
The associate dean for teaching and learning coordinates Hope College's assessment of student learning with efforts to refine our curriculum, enhance the teaching effectiveness of our faculty and provide individualized resources to facilitate students' learning goals.
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I am terrible with good-byes. When I used to spend the summer on my uncle’s Iowa farm, feeding calves, mowing the large swaths of grass, driving tractor for the hay balers, I would hide in the barn when it was time to return with my parents to a Chicago suburb. I didn’t want to say … Continue reading “A Gesture, A Face, A Life”: A Faculty Feature from Natalie Dykstra
The annual juried art show opened in the DePree Gallery on Monday, November 19th. Twenty-eight students have work in the show, including painting, sculpture, works on paper, textiles, new media, and installation art. This year the guest juror is Patrick Earl Hammie, a professor of art at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champlain. People may wonder … Continue reading Juried Art Show Provides Hope Students With Invaluable Experience
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