In 2017-18, building on our highly impactful "History in the Public Sphere" project, we have planned a series of events, speakers, gatherings, and forums that will all contribute to the ongoing study of our history and our culture.
The Provost's Office sponsors many projects, speakers, readings, and performances throughout the Academic year. Of particular note are several campus-wide events that unite national commemorations with our own campus community.
The Quality Enhancement Plan, or QEP, is a requirement of the SACS-COC’s reaffirmation of accreditation process. It outlines a course of action that addresses issues related to enhancing the student experience. It is a broad-based project focused on undergraduate teaching/learning is inclusive of a large part of the university community.
In December 2015, the University Committee on Inclusiveness and Campus Climate unanimously approved the University of Chicago 2015 “Statement on Freedom of Expression” and the AAC&U 2006 “Statement on Academic Freedom and Educational Responsibility” as guiding documents for how we think about freedom of expression on our campus.
Washington and Lee students had remarkable success in Graduate Fellowship applications this past year. Coordinated by Associate Dean Marcia France, the Graduate Fellowships Committee advised a wide range of applications through the strenuous process. This report details those processes and tracks the progress of the applications from start to finish.
The Lenfest University-Wide Colloquium is a new event designed to showcase the research that faculty members undertake using summer Lenfest grants.