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    13 comments  ·  BE VOCAL UW STUDENTS!  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The ASUW Academics, Technology, and Sustainability Committee has been hard at work completing in depth research on this issue. Senator Josh Materi from the College of Arts & Science, the Chair of this Committee, has put together a Status Report which details this research. Please reference the Status Report from Senator Materi for the Committee’s recommendations regarding how to overhaul and/or improve the current plus/minus grading system here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxvHE7ovI2jQWVkxbTF0cG1SRWc/view?usp=sharing.
    The ASUW Student Government will continue to look at how to best address this issue moving forward. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the ASUW Student Government at asuwgov@uwyo.edu. We will periodically update this issue with any progress made.

    ASUW Director of Institutional Development Robert West

    Richard YangRichard Yang commented  · 

    Not only does this system affect students who earn A's, but it also affects students who earn C's.

    Did you know that a C- counts as a 1.666 GPA? If we are going on the standard that a 2.0 is passing, then if you receive a C-, it's considered failing.

    For more information: http://www.uwyo.edu/trustees/_files/docs/2011-board-meeting-materials/may2011-3-faculty-plus-minus-presentation.pdf

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    ASUW Director of Governmental Affairs Chris Ryan has been hard at work completing initial research on this issue. He has put together a Status Report which details his endeavors so far to issue an official survey through the University of Wyoming Institutional Review Board for Protection of Human Subjects and can be referenced here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxvHE7ovI2jQUWozUjBKZVM4WmM/view?usp=sharing. Once a survey receives final approval by the UW IRB for Protection of Human Subjects, the ASUW Student Government will monitor and gather data from the survey. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the ASUW Student Government at asuwgov@uwyo.edu. We will periodically update this issue with any progress made.

    ASUW Director of Institutional Development Robert West

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