Category Archives: Quality Matters

Astronomy 110 Quality Matters Recognized

Congratulations to Nancy Chanover for designing her ASTR 110 Introduction to Astronomy course to meet Quality Matters expectations.  Quality Matters is a faculty driven, peer review process that is collaborative, collegial, continuous, and centered on student learning informed by current research.  To get a course recognized nationally, a formal peer review team consisting of three…
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Latest News for Quality Matters at NMSU-LC

NMSU’s Newest Quality Matters (QM) Master Reviewer Way to go, Michelle Lebsock from Academic Technology! She is now a QM Master Reviewer. To gain certification, the candidate must complete a 30-hour workshop provided from Quality Matters focused on leading a peer review team during a Quality Matters Review. New QM Peer Reviewers Congratulations to Greg…
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Congratulations to Frances Nedjat-Haiem

Congratulations to Frances Nedjat-Haiem on meeting the expectations of Formal Quality Matters Review on her MSW 527 Advanced Practice with Organizations and Communities.  At NMSU, a formal review consists of a peer review team of three QM certified peer reviewers, two of whom are from NMSU and one from another university. The MSW 527 course…
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