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undergraduate education

As defined in the UK, the education of a doctor which begins with medical school and continues to graduation with the awarding of a degree, and includes provisional registration with the General Medical Council (GMC), which normally lasts five or six years.

undergraduate education

Medtalk In the US, a 4+ yr college or university education leading to a baccalaureate degree, the minimum education level required for medical school admission; undergraduate medical education refers to the 4 yrs of medical school. Cf CME.
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Boyer's book is the first major publication on undergraduate education in recent years that not only included the library but also promoted bibliographic instruction (Farber, 1992, p.
Computers have become so central to undergraduate education that access to them has become a major issue.
An advisory board will hand out the new faculty positions to academic departments that demonstrate their commitment to undergraduate education.
This gift was matched by the Campaign for Undergraduate Education.
The current study aims to contribute to classroom instruction of undergraduate education faculty students through development of an online contest, and evaluation of test items based on participants' responses.
John Lippincott, president of CASE, said the national and state winners embody what is best in undergraduate education.
The following are appended: (1) Summary of Undergraduate General Education at University of California Campuses; (2) Chief Undergraduate Education Officers Interviewed; and (3) Comparison of General Education Reforms among Institutions.
rate MSU in meeting a series of 11 goals adapted from a list of 12 attributes of good practice in improving undergraduate education reported in the American Association of Higher Education Bulletin (American Association),
Bass co-chair the Stanford Campaign for Undergraduate Education, which has successfully raised $1 billion.
The final two decades of the twentieth century were a remarkable period for innovation in undergraduate education.
Chickering and Gamson (1991) compiled findings from decades of research on the undergraduate experience and published Seven Principles for Good Practices in Undergraduate Education.
At the University of Massachusetts Amherst, David Powicki, Associate Director of Network Services, and Richard Rogers, Faculty Advisor to the Provost for Undergraduate Education, have collaborated to build the university's first Digital Learning Commons.

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