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Senate votes to make grades mandatory; NES 'reform' proposal expected this spring

Photo of Academic SenateUC Santa Cruz's Academic Senate voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday (February 23) for a proposal that would make letter grades mandatory for entering UCSC students in fall 2001. The Narrative Evaluation System, a hallmark of the student assessment process at UCSC throughout the campus's 35-year history, was officially unchanged by Wednesday's vote, but the NES is expected to be the subject of additional senate discussion this spring. (More)

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February 28-March 5, 2000
Vol. 4, No. 27

Two UCSC faculty awarded Presidential Chairs

Guatemala's peace requires international support, says author

Printmaking students learn more than just technique

Dialogue between chancellor, staff continues with brown-bag lunch

Marsalis and band swing into town this April

American presidency is lecture topic

New program helps with employment searches for spouses, partners


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