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The two interstate highways crossing South Carolina I-85 and I-95 do not intersect, either literally or figuratively, in this state. Both roadways were built on hopes of increasing prosperity, but only one has delivered that promise to those who live alongside its corridors. The I-95 corridor represents half the population living alongside I-85, but twice the unemployment and demonstrably higher rates of poverty.
Miles To Go South Carolina (2002)

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Still Striving: Using a Hypothetical University (WMU) to Demonstrate Holistic Assessment at the University, Program and Course Level:
Click to view the full article (PDF) In this monograph by Dr. Caula A. Beyl, a former member of the faculty at Alabama A&M;, an historically Black university, and now Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, shares a creative and useful exercise that she devised to help university leaders and faculty consider student learning outcome measures at the university, program and course levels.

By posing interesting questions in a hypothetical format, Dr. Beyl provides a wonderful roadmap for educators embarking on their own institutional, program or course evaluations.

This report is part of a series from SEF's Center to Serve Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

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