Category Archives: GPA Grading System

Selim Akl, Letter on the GPA System and PeopleSoft (26 March 2012)

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Leda Raptis, Letter to the Provost on the GPA Grading System (20 March 2012)

As emailed to Provost Alan Harrison, 20 March 2012: Dear Dr Harrison, I write to alert you to a serious problem in student assessment that we face as a University.

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Jordan Morelli, Request for Informal Session of Faculty Board to Discuss GPA System (1 March 2012)

As emailed by Professor Jordan Morelli to the Dean of Arts and Science, 1 March 2012: Dear Faculty Board Agenda Committee, At the Tuesday February 28 meeting of the Queen’s Senate, the Provost pledged to undertake to return to Senate … Continue reading

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QueensYOU: Our Platform (28 February 2012)

As sent to Queen’s Senators by Ryan Marchildon on 28 February 2012 (with minor corrections by the authors).  See also Ryan Marchildon, “Letter to Senate on the GPA System.” To our friends and colleagues at Queen’s University: QueensYOU is spearheading a … Continue reading

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Ryan Marchildon, Letter to Queen’s Senate on the GPA System (28 February 2012)

Ryan Marchildon addressed Queen’s Senate on 28 February 2012 concerning  problems posed to students by the new GPA system.  Since his speaking time was limited, he forwarded the following supplement, outlining possible solutions, to the Senators by email. See also … Continue reading

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Art McDonald, Letter on the GPA Grading System (25 February 2012)

As sent to Jordan Morelli and Ryan Marchildon on 25 February 2012; posted by permission. Jordan, Ryan I agree completely with all of the points contained in your message re point 2 below.[1]  I believe that the transition to a … Continue reading

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