Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning Named SCUP Fellow

Jeffrey Ashley will research the impact of active learning spaces on the development of career-ready soft skills.

Jeffrey Ashley will research the impact of active learning spaces on the development of career-ready soft skills.

The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) has named Jeffrey Ashley, director of the University’s Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning, a SCUP Fellow.

During his fellowship year, Ashley will conduct the research project, “Assessing the Impact of Active Learning Spaces on Development of Career-Ready Soft Skills,” which will contribute to SCUP’s knowledge base of integrated planning. He will share project outcomes with SCUP’s constituency at the conclusion of the year.

SCUP is a nonprofit association of 5,000-plus higher education leaders responsible for the integration of planning on their campuses and for the professionals who support them.

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