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Assessment Committee

Assessment Committee

MEMBERSHIP

  1. Joe Basile (Associate Dean for Liberal Arts, Undergraduate Studies, and Faculty)
  2. Heather Bradbury (Director of Master of Professional Studies Programs, Open Studies)
  3. Karen Carroll (Dean of Art Education)
  4. Marcus Civin (Associate Dean for Curriculum and Assessment, Graduate Studies)
  5. Hadley Garbart (Director of Student Records and Research, Enrollment Services)
  6. Alisha Green (Executive Assistant, Academic Services)
  7. Ryan Hoover (Faculty, Interdisciplinary Sculpture)
  8. Gwynne Keathley (Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies)
  9. Jonathan Latiano (Faculty, General Fine Art)
  10. Megan Miller (Director of Career Development)
  11. Adriane Pereira (Faculty, Art Education/MAT)
  12. Jennifer Cole Phillips (Director, MFA Graphic Design) Spring '17
  13. José Ruiz (Director, MFA Curatorial Practice)
  14. Crystal Shamblee (Director, Graduate Program, Open Studies)
  15. Sam Sheffield (Faculty, Interactive Arts)
  16. Michael Weiss (Associate Dean for Fine Arts, Undergraduate Studies, and Faculty)

CHARGES

  • To learn what makes an effective process for the assessment of student learning
  • To define and shepherd the assessment of student learning process in the institution
  • Create the templates and timelines for the assessment process
  • Implement ongoing training regarding aspects of assessment.
  • Provide workshops and training to faculty.
  • Develop a website with materials, resources, timelines and templates to support the assessment plan.
  • Lead the process for assessing the Institutional Learning Outcomes/Goals 
  • Review program assessment plans, schedules and reports.
  • Help to make sure the plans are effective, efficient and purposeful and results at used effectively
  • To advocate among faculty peers, staff, and departmental or program leadership for a strong assessment program.

DESCRIPTION (draft for Faculty Handbook)

The Assessment Committee is central to managing and guiding the assessment plan for student learning in the college. In this role, the committee oversees the process for the assessment of student learning by maintaining the templates and timelines for the assessment process and reviewing program assessment plans, schedules and reports. The committee ensures appropriate training for faculty and develops a website with materials, resources, timelines and templates to support the assessment plan. The committee also manages the assessment of the institutional learning outcomes and helps to make sure program assessment plans are efficient and purposeful and results are used effectively.

This page was last updated on 11/09/2016.