Woman studying with a laptop computer on a bench under a burr oak, surrounded by bluebells.

Study spot surrounded by bluebells near Washburn Observatory. Photo: Jeff Miller.

The Education Innovation Committee in the College of Engineering is charged with:
  1. (a) Identifying changes to the undergraduate and graduate curricula such that it enables our graduates to assume leadership roles in their chosen profession and promoting such curricular changes to departments for adoption.
  2. (b) Identifying the opportunities that should be explored to engage and partner with other colleges and schools to enhance our educational mission and preparation of our students.
  3. (c) Broadening the educational experience beyond traditional classroom boundaries and disciplines.
  4. (d) Leading in educational innovation such that we optimize delivery and enhance the learning experience. Consideration should be given to advances in online learning opportunities, how they may influence the future of traditional colleges and what role we will play in the future.
  5. (e) Enhancing the success of transfer students and ensuring all incoming students have the necessary and appropriate backgrounds.
  6. (f) Funding the undergraduate experience. Differential tuition, online degrees, etc.
  7. (g) Providing lifelong learning opportunities.


    Process Documents

UW Internal
Entrepreneurship programs at Big10 schools (from Larry Casper)