Liberal Arts 2.0: Roanoke College's Inquiry Curriculum Replaces 'Standard Intro' Courses

Lorenzetti, Jennifer Patterson
May 2014
Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education;May2014, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p3
The article offers information on the Intellectual Inquiry (INQ) core curriculum developed by the Roanoke College in Virginia. Topics discussed include the seven 200-level perspectives courses for students to develop their statistical reasoning, mathematical reasoning, and human heritages reasoning, the general responses of parents toward the INQ curriculum, and its relation to the real world. Academic Affairs and General Education associate dean Gail Steehler also comments on the curriculum.


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