Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
Dr. Stephen M. Jodis, DeanThe Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and ComputingPhone: (724) email@example.com
While the CLP Leaders coordinate their weekly key concepts with the course instructors, student participation in the CLP sessions is kept confidential.
Spring 2014 Weekly CLP Sessions
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"As a frequent-flyer at the CLP sessions, I thought that they were extremely helpful. The handouts really came in handy when exam time rolled around, and the instructors gave the right amount of help as the students were filling them out. The instructors were actually really helpful in general… even if you had a question about something you learned a month ago, they'd take as much time as needed to explain it fully. Even if you needed help after the session, the instructors were willing to help..."
"I also loved that the students were sent emails about the topics that would be covered in each session, so we could pick and choose the sessions we wanted to attend. The CLP sessions seemed similar to a department-run study group, which is actually a very beneficial learning environment, especially since people taking biology and chemistry tend to stressfully fend for themselves. Overall, I think that the program was extremely beneficial to all who attended the sessions."
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This material originally based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0856575.