Today is the deadline for CUE2 feedback

Students, faculty, and staff have one more day to share their thoughts on a series of broad recommended changes to curriculum, teaching, and learning at Johns Hopkins that were outlined in a draft report by the Commission on Undergraduate Education, or CUE2, in February.

With this input, the university plans to release a final report later this year that outlines steps to redefine Johns Hopkins University's academic program for students seeking bachelor's degrees. At the heart of the CUE2 draft report is an emphasis on six areas in which all Hopkins undergraduates should develop foundational abilities before they graduate: language and writing, scientific and numerical reasoning, interpreting complex creative expression, citizenship in a diverse world, reflective ethical agency, and undertaking large-scale consequential projects.

More information and a comment form are on the Office of the Provost website.