Campus Assessment Committee

 

Chair:

Laura Reynolds-Keefer; College of Education, Health and Human Services

 

Co-Chair:

Gabriella Eschrich; College of Arts, Sciences and Letters

 

Members:

Stein Brunvand; College of Education, Health and Human Services

Susan Everett; College of Education, Health and Human Services

Jorge Gonzalez de Pozo; College of Arts, Sciences and Letters

Bill Grosky; College of Engineering and Computer Science

Claudia Kocher; College of Business

Rheta Rubenstein; College of Arts, Sciences and Letters

Nitya Sethuraman; College of Arts, Sciences and Letters

Keshav Varde; College of Engineering and Computer Science

Randall Woodland; College of Arts, Sciences and Letters

 

Purpose

Under authority of the provost, this committee assists in the coordination of university-level assessment and oversees divisional or unit-level assessment, utilizing a distributed model for assessment with local responsibility. This committee maintains and implements the University Assessment Plan by monitoring and supporting assessment activities in individual units. It also coordinates assessment activities associated with university-level and program-level accreditation.

 

Meetings

Meetings every 6 weeks during regular semester.

 

Tasks:

Create and maintain structure, policy and procedure for regular program assessment on campus.

Create and monitor submission and review process for annual assessment reports.

Offer input and recommendations regarding technical needs relating to assessment reporting and data management.

Offer assistance and feedback in program review and long term strategic planning.

Assist in the coordination of assessment and reporting of student learning for academic, co-curricular and  student success resources on campus.

Support assessment planning and development in General Education, the UCDC and Graduate Board.

Committee annual reports will be presented annually to the Chancellor, Provost and Deans.

 

Membership Structure:

The committee membership is structured in staggered phases (alternating 1 and 2 year commitments) to ensure continuity in the process, and is designed to include all units.  Membership may expand to include joint members of the UCDC, Graduate Board, General Education Committees, and EMSL.