A major aspect of the emerging PKAL Volume IV on institutional transformation is a series of portfolios from the various disciplinary and interdisciplinary communities within undergraduate STEM.
The first portfolio captures activities of scholars taking responsibility for shaping the future of undergraduate programs in psychology. Here you will find essays relating stories about reforming specific aspects of undergraduate psychology, “reporting-out” material from PKAL-related activities serving psychology (workshops, roundtables, and resources from the PKAL Faculty for the 21st Century community), and other resources to aid faculty, departments and institutions in reforming their psychology programs.
These PKAL portfolios are intended as resources for leaders from all disciplinary and/or interdisciplinary fields. They provide examples of how colleagues are exploring ways to strengthen student learning: setting goals for student learning, designing academic programs consonant with those goals, and assessing student progress toward achieving those goals.