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Augustana College
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Year 3 (Jan 2005 - Feb 2006)

Section of Faculty
Development Grant
Faculty
Member
Project Goals,
Reports
1. Student Learning Assessment Director of Assessment and Assessment Committee Section 1 is managed by the Director of Assessment and the Assessment Committee Consultation

Assessment Activity

Summer

Summer App 1

Summer App 2

Gen Ed Outcomes

1b. Department development grants Music faculty Applied music lesson committee Final
2a. Projects exploring
nontraditional student
learning experiences
Margot Nelson Nursing Dept
nontraditional student initiatives
Final

Addressing the Goals

 

2b. Support for the
Augustana Symposium
Symposium Committee: Lisa Brunick, Martin Dennis, Joel Johnson, Steven Matzner, Jetty Duffy-Matzner Augustana Symposium
Saturday, April 16, 2005

April 22, 2006

Goals

2005 Final

Addressing the Goals

2006 Final

2006 Program

2006 Abstracts

2c. Projects that examine
the relationship between
student learning and pedagogy
(year 2 Theme: Information Literacy)
Jan Brue Enright and Richard Swanson The purpose of this project is to integrate information literacy education into a Religion 218 class (Hope & the Future). This project seeks to introduce students to the increasingly complex world of library research.
Goals Statement: This grant will address #3
Final
2c. Lisa Brunick and Joel Johnson Purpose of Project
Within Augustana's curriculum, Government 275, "Politics and Literature," provides students with an opportunity to enhance their understanding of political theory and practice by closely reading works of narrative fiction and drama that address political themes.

As a result of the project, students will demonstrate the ability to research the literary and historical context of one of the assigned readings, delve into the scholarly criticism of that work, assemble an annotated bibliography of at least six reliable scholarly sources, and craft a narrowly focused research paper of 8-10 pages.
Goals Statement:
This project will address #3

Progress

Final

2c. Judith Howard and Beverly Gibson This project will integrate information literacy into Music 214, Music History and Literature of the Non-Western World.
Goals Statement:
This project will address #4
Progress

Final

Addressing the Goals

2c. Kay Christensen and Diane Josephson We plan to use our Faculty Development Grant to articulate the information literacy skills students need to successfully complete NURS 431, to help students acquire those skills by actively engaging them in appropriate activities throughout the semester and to require accountability for those skills. NURS 431 is a required course for all nursing majors. The focus of this course is the nurse-community process in care of families, groups and community. Overall Goal #3

Final

2d. 2-3 projects per summer for research programs specifically supporting undergraduate research with particular emphasis on student learning outcomes from student research projects Sheryl Feinstein Student researchers: Two pre-service teachers with junior/senior status
Faculty mentor: Sheryl Feinstein
Abstract: This project involves two secondary education majors and one education faculty in research focused on Adolescent Development and Lakota culture. The project focuses on analyzing Lakota adolescents using Urie Bronfrenbrenner's ecological theory of human development.

Time will be spent on the Rosebud Reservation, SD interviewing and observing adolescents and their families.
The research will continue throughout the summer. The students will present their data in October 2005 and a final report to the Bush Committee will be submitted November 2005.

Final

Article

Addressing Goals

2d. Sheryl Feinstein Student researchers: four secondary education majors
Faculty mentor: Sheryl Feinstein
Abstract: This project involves four secondary education majors (pre-service teachers with junior/senior status) and one education faculty in research focused on Adolescent Development and adolescent males in correctional facilities. The project focuses on analyzing incarcerated adolescents using Urie Bronfrenbrenner's ecological theory of human development.
The students will present their data in October 2005 and a final report to the Bush Committee will be submitted November 2005.
Final

Supplement

Addressing Goals

2d. Eric Wells Student researcher: Ryan Mello
Faculty mentor: Eric Wells
Abstract: We propose to complete a measurement of the angular differential cross section for singly ionizing collisions between fast (4 MeV) protons and hydrogen molecules. This project provides Augustana College students access, via our collaboration with Kansas State University, to unique state-of-the art research equipment and gives them invaluable hands-on research experience that is far beyond our on-campus capabilities. This experience augments instruction in quantum mechanics, electrodynamics, and molecular physics. The student researcher is expected to present the results at several on-campus forums, and, if appropriate, at a national meeting. We expect to publish our results in a major peer-reviewed journal.
Overall Goal #3

Final

Addressing the Goals

2d. Adrien Hannus Student researcher: Landon Karr
Faculty mentor: Adrien Hannus
Summary:
Landon Karr (student) will work in direct collaboration with Dr. Hannus (and Dr. Outram) in an immersion class in archeological Field Methods and Theory, with a specific research focus on analysis of bone and ceramic materials at the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village site.
Overall Goal #1 and #3

Final

Addressing the Goals

2e. Projects that explore the way students learn from general education (pedagogy, student learning outcomes) Ronelle Thompson, Deb Hagemeier, Lisa Brunick Purpose and summary:
One goal of an Augustana education, supported directly by the general education curriculum, is to develop liberally educated individuals who become lifelong learners. An important component, as articulated in Augustana Educational Outcomes (approved 5/05), is that Augustana students will be able to think critically and be able to gather, identify, and evaluate information in support of that endeavor. To that end the library staff has been proactive in ensuring our students' information literacy skills and access to excellent information resources, including successful 2c Faculty Development Grant projects.

Through 50% cost sharing with the Augustana Library, the current 2e project provides the addition of Project MUSE, which has the potential of enriching student assignments and meeting critical research needs of Augustana faculty.

The addition of Project MUSE as a library resource will provide direct support to the educational enhancements that have been taking place over the past six years as a result of the information literacy partnerships between faculty and librarians to modify the curriculum and improve the educational experience of our students.

Access to MUSE will broaden the range of information that students and faculty have at their disposal to meet their information and research needs. Appropriate instruction and evaluation are important parts of the project.

Overall Goal #3

Progress

Final

Addressing the Goals

3a. Develop internship centers at various places around the country Initial developers:
Dick Hanson and Arlen Viste
Progress update
Update

Final

4a. Project Grants for classroom-based efforts at internationalization and global immersion Rob Oliver Purpose: Enhancement of the proposer's own knowledge of European business. Establishment of a faculty exchange program in International Business. Stimulate further interest in study abroad opportunities for Augustana students, and stimulate interest of Norwegian students to study here.

In this 4a project, Rob Oliver will travel to Norway, specifically to Oslo, Trondheim, and Bodo. He is seeking to establish interest in a teaching exchange where he will invite one of their faculty members to come to Augustana to teach international business, specifically regarding the impact of the European Union and the adoption of the Euro as a common currency.

Long-term outcomes expected: Greater international perspectives included in the BSAD curriculum. Greater student awareness and knowledge of international business and cultures.

Dennis Larson has approved the assessment component of this proposal.

Final
4a. Murray Haar and Sandra Looney Purpose:
This seminar concentrates on the study of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam in mostly northern India. This UMAIE course will involve students in an extensive study of religious holy places in Northern India, particularly Sarnath, Gaia and Varanasi. The project will encourage students to be aware of the global significance of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam. We will also be examining the minority religions of Jainism and Zoroasterism. The project will enhance the World Religions course. In the future this course could also become a May trip.

In this 4a project the two faculty will travel to India. May 2005: Travel to India June 2005: Interim Report to Faculty Development Committee February 2005: Final Report to Faculty Development Committee, after the two faculty conduct the UMAIE course in January 2005 with a group of students.

Expected Outcomes:
1. Students will understand the historical origins and development of Hindu and Buddhist tradition.
2. Students will understand the significance and importance of Hindu and Buddhist religious holy places, spaces, and rituals.
3. Students will become acquainted with Hindu and Buddhist scriptural, mystical/meditational, and philosophical texts.
4. Students will come to appreciate the similarities and differences between Buddhism and Hinduism.
5. Students will discover the essential differences and similarities between Hindu and Buddhist religious beliefs and those of the monotheistic religions, particularly Islam
6. Students will understand how the interaction between religion and literature reflects and reveals the soul and mystery of India
7. To experience the mystical power of "seeing" and "being seen" within the religions of India

Progress

Addressing the Goals

Final

4a. Mike Wanous Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): Comparison of American and European Perspectives

Purpose: develop a unit in Genetics, Biology 233, comparing American and European perspectives on genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Description: The proposed unit will introduce students to the biotechnology of GMOs, the various applications, and the societal perceptions of GMOs both here in the U.S. and from various European countries.

Dr. Wanous is in a strategic position to gather first-hand knowledge and teaching materials on European reactions to GMOs. He is currently on sabbatical at the John Innes Centre in Norwich, England, performing research in plant genetics.

Expected Outcomes: Students will gain an understanding of the biotechnology behind GMOs. Students will specifically compare American and European perspectives on GMOs.

Overall Goal: Expanding Educational Perspectives (Diversity, Globalism, Internationalism, Interculturalism). The specific goal of this element of the Grant is to 'infuse global perspectives into existing courses', which this proposal will accomplish. Students will learn the technical aspects of GMOs, but also a range of American and European perspectives on societal acceptance of GMOs.

Progress

Final

4a. Stephan Lhotzky Title: "A Possible Solution: Writing in German at the Advanced Level"
Purpose: This project is a continuation of and expansion of the 4b Year 2 project, "Writing in German: Assessing the Gulf Between the Intermediate and the Advanced Level", completed in June, 2005. It was the goal of the previous project to assess an approach to teaching advanced German courses at Augustana by integrating a grammar review into the advanced course content without shortening content. This was accomplished through a re-writing of the text used (Das deutsche Lied in der Geschichte - "The German Song in History") as well as the development of content-based worksheets which progressively lead the student to a higher level of writing in German. The project outcome was encouraging in that student writing in the course "The German Song in History", taught in fall 2004, was indeed measurably higher than that in two previous advanced courses.

The purpose of the present project is twofold:
a. It will enable further comparison between the integrated approach to writing development and the traditionally used approaches at Augustana, and

b. will continue the assessment of the integrated approach vis-à-vis the results of the project completed in June 2005.

Overall Goals:
This project relates to overall goals #1, 3, and 4

Final Report will be submitted by March 31, 2006 or before.

Progress

Addressing the Goals

Final

4a. Michael Nitz Purpose:
This project covers travel to Norway in January 2006. This serves a two-fold purpose:
a) to assist Prof. Nitz in faculty development in his role as Coordinator of Norwegian Programs to expand Augustana's global and multicultural connections in Norway, and
b) to assist him in researching and developing not only a course in International Public Relations, but also to research and develop potentially broader emphases in international courses within the Communication, Communication/Business and other majors.
Overall Goal #1-4

Progress

Addressing the Goals

Final

4a. Jeffrey Johnson and David O'Hara Title: Tracing the Roots of Western Civilization in Ancient Greece

Western civilization owes an enormous debt to developments in humane sciences around the Golden Age of Athens (478-404 BC). Democracy, Political Science, Medicine, Natural Philosophy, Tragedy and Comedy all find significant roots in ancient Greece. We take it as axiomatic that knowledge of the history of our civilization is fundamental to a liberal arts education. We also take it as axiomatic that lessons learned by first-hand experience enormously enhance lessons learned through lectures and readings.

Purpose of the Project:
Faculty Travel to Greece to Prepare Study Abroad Trip

This proposal seeks funding for Drs. Johnson and O'Hara to travel to Greece during Interim 2006. The trip will prepare logistics for bringing our students to experience what remains of ancient Greece for a Spring Break course in 2007.

Progress

Overall Goal #1,3

Addressing the Goals

Final

4a. Karen Younger and Pamela Schroeder The primary intent of this proposal is to develop Professors Karen Younger and Pamela Schroeder in the area of international student learning and exchange. This work builds upon previous work within the department involving international learning and exchange opportunities between nursing students and faculty at Augustana College and international colleges and universities. Funds are requested to support travel to Norway during January 2006 for Professors Karen Younger and Pamela Schroeder who will develop knowledge and skills needed to enhance and expand international student exchange. Overall Goal #3

Final

4a. Shelly Gardner and Jaciel Keltgen Expected Outcomes:
International Business is an essential addition to the Business Administration program at Augustana College. With global communications and eCommerce, our students need to understand the significant and important markets that lie beyond the borders of the United States. A strong international business emphasis with a liberal arts foundation will not only set our students apart upon graduation, but increase our own awareness of and appreciation for the international components in our individual specialties, management and marketing, respectively. We wish to solidify contacts already made with fellow professors in Norway, as well as to be more familiar with the cultural underpinnings of Norwegian students who take our classes here on campus.

Professors Gardner and Keltgen will visit several campuses in Norway with specific goals in mind.

Overall Goal
#2 and 4

Final

4b. Focused Study Grants to members of the faculty who express an interest and an ability to modify learning environments so as to significantly engage the issues of globalism and international learning. Ingrid Arneson with Murray Haar and Sandra Looney Purpose:
This seminar concentrates on the study of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam in northern India. This UMAIE course will involve students in an extensive study of religious holy places in Northern India, particularly Sarnath, Gaia and Varanasi. The project will encourage students to become aware of the global significance of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam. We will also be examining the minority religions of Jainism and Zoroastrism. The project will enhance the "World Religions" course. In the future this course could also become a May trip.

In this 4b project the student will travel to India.
May 2005: Travel to India;
June 2005: Interim Report to Faculty Development Committee;
July 2005: Final Report to Faculty Development Committee.

The student will focus on how she would assess, based on her experience in India, whether and how the proposed course activities would accomplish the course objectives. As a student, she offers a unique opportunity and perspective that should be invaluable to Murray Haar and Sandra Looney. (See 4a above).

Goals

Progress

Final

Addressing the Goals

4b. Muriel Larson and Diane Josephson Title: Exploration and Development of Opportunities for Faculty and Students Through Experiences in Nursing and Health Care At the University of Saskatchewan and Aboriginal Clinics in Saskatchewan, Canada

Purpose: Cultivate relationships, develop connections, and explore the opportunities for collaboration with the Nursing Department at the University of Saskatchewan (USASK)

Expected Outcomes:
1) Establishment of relationships with the nursing department at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada through face- to- face meetings to be completed by September 2005.
2) Identification of internship possibilities for Augustana students at USASK by December 2005, with the potential for such an internship in January 2006.
3) Identification of the possibility of an exchange for students from USASK with Augustana College by December 2005.
4) Evidence of the influence and importance of this project as an expansion of the student's understanding of transcultural nursing and the opportunities for diverse learning experiences that incorporate the concepts of transcultural caring and the reality of our "global community" (Leininger, 1997) by May 2006.

Overall Goals: This project relates to Goal #2

Final
4b. and 6e. Muriel Larson The nursing department at Augustana College has a committment of exploring international and transcultural opportunities for baccalaureate nursing students. International connections currently exist for students in Greece, Saskatchewan, Canada, Norway, as well as in diverse places within the USA and South Dakota. Opportunity is provided for students to co-create international and transcultural internships that develop and enhance an international component in the student's plan of study. Augustana believes that diversity and international/global issues are fundamentally important to the ongoing life and vitality of a liberal education (Bush Grant Proposal).

This grant proposes the development of an elective course for undergraduate students who are interested in gaining knowledge and skill in cultural competence. This course corresponds to the value that Augustana places on international and transcultural studies, and will be primarily directed to students interested in the helping professions, i.e., nursing, pre-med, pre-PT, pre-OT, sociology, psychology, etc.

In addition to a traditional didactic/dialogue classroom experience, this theory-based course would also offer a service-learning element that exposes the student to a caring experience in a diverse community setting.

Overall Goal
#2

Final

4b. Andrea Halverson and Joe Dondelinger Purpose:
Andrea Halverson will spend a two and a half month internship in Geneva, Switzerland this summer with the Lutheran World Federation. Her internship in the office of International Affairs and Human Rights has already been approved. This project was initiated by Dr. Ann Pederson who engaged in a similar collaboration effort with Ingrid Arneson last summer. Andrea will be interning in the same office in which Ingrid worked. This opportunity will give Andrea invaluable insight into the workings of an international organization, enhancing her educational experience, especially in her major area, Government and International Affairs, and in her area of emphasis, Religion. My purpose is to enlist Andrea's help in fleshing out the gender related aspects of Government 345 (W) Identity Conflict and World Politics. Specifically, her focus upon international human rights law as it relates to women, and her research on this subject will assist Dr. Dondelinger in the further development of this upcoming course.

The assessment of this grant will include the evaluation of specific stated learning outcomes, which will enhance the teacher-student relationship and benefit Augustana College.

Further goals include: sensitizing Andrea and future students to a set of philosophical, ethical, and practical dilemmas arising out of the intersection of religion, culture and gender relationships and recognizing such dilemmas when encountered in practice to understand the illustrative values of such empirical material.

Overall Goals: This project relates to Goals #1-4.

Photos

Final

Addressing the Goals

4b. Christy Hallenbeck and Janet Blank-Libra Description of the project:
Christy Hallenbeck will spend a two and a half month summer internship in Geneva, Switzerland, with the Lutheran World Federation. Christy has been selected as an intern and will work in the Office for Communication Services. Personnel from Lutheran World Federation have been working with Christy to secure summer housing and to handle myriad related logistical details.

Dr. Janet Blank-Libra plans to build into Journalism 239, Advanced Journalism, a unit that pushes students to understand their stories within the larger context. Ultimately, students would learn to identify and incorporate global perspectives into their work. It seems to Dr. Blank-Libra that we must lead our students in this direction, for the world is indeed the global village that individuals such as James Joyce, Teilhard de Chardin, and Marshall McLuhan wrote

Christy is interested in global issues and possesses a strong commitment to issues of social justice. Her work with the Lutheran World Federation, which is committed to global awareness of myriad issues, should allow her to immerse herself in various realities. As her understanding of global issues grows, she will become simultaneously aware of how writers in other parts of the world approach their work.

Overall Goal #1-4

Final

5a. Faculty fellows/mentoring program for faculty training in the appropriate and effective use of the WWW and the internet in the classroom Instructional Technologist: Sharon Gray
5a. Bob Kiner and Sharon Gray Purpose:
The purpose of this 5A grant is to provide faculty development for up to eight faculty in online course instruction. Subsequently, the faculty will develop a series of eight online courses that will be taught by Augustana professors in the summer of 2006.

We have commitments to teach Western Civ., History 121, Psych 125, Religion 110 and EDUC 355, Human Relations online this summer. We are working toward a course in Native American Studies.

Overall Goal #3

Progress

Progress 2

Final

5a. Karen Younger / Nursing and Sharon Gray Proposal:
One of the challenges of working with WebCT is facilitating integration with publisher's products, such as supplemental resources and test banks. Even though a publisher may offer an accompanying test bank, it rarely uploads smoothly into WebCT, necessitating the instructor's manual entry of test questions.

A product called Respondus has been developed to meet this need. This proposal is for purchase of a site license for Respondus.

Overall Goal #4

Final

5b. Campus Center for Web-based Research and Instruction (CWRI) Instructional Technologist: Sharon Gray Summary: Sharon Gray and Cheryl Swanson plan to offer a week-long, hands-on technology workshop early this summer to help each participating faculty member work on an individual project of interest to him or her. It is hoped there will be between 4-6 participants from various departments. The workshop will run July 5-8. The workshop will include expert training in the morning (including discussions with faculty members who are already integrating technology sharing their insights about what works and what doesn't) and opportunities for hands-on application in the afternoon. We will provide lunch all four days plus provide a modest stipend. Participants will be encouraged to work on technology integration projects with the intent that such integration will positively impact student learning. They will be expected to assess the impact of your technology integration and to share with faculty colleagues at a faculty development luncheon next fall.

Tentative topics:
* designing course Web pages
* using WebCT components
* creating effective PowerPoint presentations
* designing Excel gradebooks
* creating digital video
* using electronic library resources
* using storage devices

Participants:
Ivan Fuller
Sherry Barkley
Perry Hanavan
Cheryl Jackson

Overall Goal #3

Final

5b. Richard Swanson and Sharon Gray Summary:
Explore the possibilities offered by Moodle as a course-tool, and as a possible replacement for WebCT. WebCT has been the electronic course tool used at Augustana for a number of years. It has been quite a useful tool, but it has not been without its problems. At present, there is one chief problem: the price for WebCT is climbing steadily and might soon reach $20000 per year. Other schools (St. Olaf, for instance) have migrated from WebCT to Moodle, in part because of the price difference.

Before Augustana could contemplate such a migration, we would need to explore Moodle's functionality. Does it offer similar tools? Does it offer additional tools? Is it easier to use or harder? Is it more or less intuitive for both students and faculty? What are its strengths and weaknesses? How easy is it to migrate from existing courses in WebCT to new courses in Moodle?

Overall Goal
# 1 & 3

Final

5b. Sharon Gray Purpose:
If we are to move toward Moodle as either a supplementary Web course tools system - or perhaps even as our sole Web course tools system - it is imperative that Augustana employees have the technical expertise to run a Linux server (on which Moodle operates.)

It would be wise for Augustana to train some more of its employees on running a UNIX/Linux server. "How to Install, Configure, Administer and Troubleshoot Linux", a hands-on, two-day workshop will be offered by CompuMaster December 19 -20 in Sioux Falls.

Overall Goal
#1 & 3

Final

5c. Continued support for an instructional technologist Instructional Technologist: Sharon Gray Instructional Technologist: Sharon Gray Final -- Years 1-3
6d. Develop a series of
workshops for faculty
on the mission and vocation of the college
Faculty Development Committee and Dean of the College  Leaders:
Ann Pederson and Pr. Paul Rohde

Attendance encouraged and supported at the Collaboration Conference on November 18-19, 2005 in Bloomington, MN --
Diversity Here and Now

Conference Program

Final Report

6e. We will establish a series of community-based learning experiences (service learning) for students Steve Van Bockern, Director, Augustana Institute for Reclaiming Students Summary:
This project provides the opportunity to integrate what we know about quality service learning, the work of the newly created Augustana Institute for Reclaiming Students (AIRS) and the Sioux Falls School District to create an ongoing community-based learning opportunity for students as exciting and spontaneous needs present themselves within public school systems in our community. Long term, AIRS will be available to respond to those needs.

This service learning project will work with needs identified by David Yost, principal at Joe Foss Alternative School.

Award was returned due to time limitations
6e. Michael Nitz Purpose:
This proposal will use Faculty Development Funds to help with the start-up of a student-run PR Firm (through a recognized PRSSA chapter) [Public Relations Student Society of America] that will help non-profit organizations in the Augustana Community (on and off campus) meet their communication goals and objectives.
Overall Goal #1-4

Progress

Addressing the Goals

Final

6e. Laurie Wenger and Evie Brouwer Description:
Students enrolled in the required Human Relations course will contribute to the Sioux Falls community by participating in a public school English as a New Language (ELL) academic program. Augustana students will serve as assistant teachers and mentors for the students who will range in age from pre-school through adult. This commitment will involve an orientation as to the needs of ELL learners and program strategies and techniques. Over a three week time period a 10 hour practicum at one of the 12 sites for ELL in the Sioux Falls Public Schools will be completed. Students will work under the direction of a classroom teacher and provide direct services to immigrant families.
Overall Goal #2

Progress

Final

6e. Pr. Paul Rohde Summary:
Service learning seeks to integrate learning of a Christian liberal arts education and lived experience, both taking what has been learned in academic disciplines to lived encounters with neighbors and facilitating awareness, reflection, critical thinking about students' experiences with neighbors. Students and faculty/advisors will travel for 3 days over fall break, October 2005, to Pine Ridge, SD

Students and faculty leaders stay at the ELCA retreat center in Pine Ridge. Pr. Larry Peterson, director of the center and ministry, coordinates service work and interpretation of life in Pine Ridge. Each day students participate in worship/devotion, a Habitat for Humanity project or community based service, assist with the after school program at the retreat center, hear members of the Tribe speak of life and faith in Pine Ridge and de-brief their experiences in a "talking circle." Interpretation includes both historic and current events in and around Pine Ridge. Among the most powerful impetus for learning is being immersed as a racial and economic minority..

Overall Goal #2

Final

Addressing the Goals

6e. Jeffrey Johnson Summary:
The South Dakota chapter of the National Association of Social Workers has approached the Augustana history department and requested the research and production of an organizational history. From the department's history majors, an internship can be offered to one Augustana student to conduct this work.
Overall Goal #4

Progress

Final

6f. Nurture development and growth of faculty leaders as part of the vocation of the college  [Section added in Year 3] Bob Kiner Nurture development and growth of faculty leaders as part of the vocation of the college. Develop a group of faculty leaders, with faculty working and growing together. Progress

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