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Wednesday, June 6 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Developing an Assessment Certificate: A Conversation About Current Trends and Needs

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The Assessment Certification Sub-Committee has been surveying the landscape of available training opportunities for AALHE members. We have explored existing options provided by regional and specialized accrediting bodies, other professional associations, and graduate degree programs. Additionally, we have investigated models for professional certifications in fields comparable to ours. In this interactive session, committee members will share what has been learned to date, identify the gaps that might be filled by an AALHE assessment certificate, and most importantly seek feedback from participants about the form and structure such a certificate might take.

Speakers
avatar for Joan Littlefield Cook

Joan Littlefield Cook

Director of Academic Assessment, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Joan Littlefield Cook is the Director of Academic Assessment at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She is a professor and former chair of the Psychology Department. She has been involved in assessment at the department, college, university, and system levels through her career... Read More →
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Patricia Gregg

Assoc Dir, Assessment & Review, Georgia State University
Patricia L. Gregg, Ph.D. is Associate Director for Assessment and Review at Georgia State University. She is responsible for managing consolidated assessment of the core curriculum. She has served as an institutional effectiveness evaluator and lead QEP evaluator for SACSCOC. She... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Melvin

Timothy Melvin

Assistant Professor and Director of Assessment, Marshall University College of Education and Professional Development
Dr. Timothy Melvin is both the Assessment Coordinator for Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, and the Co-Director of the President's Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He received a doctoral degree in Higher Education Leadership from Argosy University and... Read More →
avatar for Jen Sweet

Jen Sweet

Director of Assessment, DePaul University
Jen Sweet is the Director of Assessment at DePaul University; she has worked in assessment for over 15 years and presents a faculty development workshop each year on non-traditional assessment models each year for faculty/staff at DePaul and Loyola Universities.


Wednesday June 6, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
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