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wednesday, october 10, 2012

College Union Ballroom


8:30am – 8:40am

         ASSESStivus Opening Remarks

8:40am – 9:30am

“Feats of Strength”: What did we learn from our assessments?

Sessions run consecutively

Real World Geneseo

Chemistry/Psychology Programs

Fatima Rodriguez Johnson, Multicultural Programs and Services & Monica Schneider, Psychology

Eric Helms, Chemistry & Ken Kallio, Psychology

9:35pm – 10:00am

What did we learn from: Middle States, AACSB, NCATE?

Ray Spear, Biology, Dave Gordon, Provost’s Office & Katie Tierney, Institutional Research

10:10am – 11:20am

Concurrent Workshops on Mapping

Sessions run concurrently

Outcomes Mapping for Non-Academic Departments

 (College Union 329)

Curriculum Mapping for Academic Departments

(College Union Ballroom)

Katie Tierney, Institutional Research & Julie Morgan, Budgeting

Michael Heel, MCC & Ken Kallio, Psychology

11:30pm – 12:45pm


 Making Assessment Work for You: Individual dialogs-How can we support your efforts?

Working Lunch with Assessment Mentors

1:00pm – 2:20pm

“Feats of Strength”: What did we learn from our assessments?

Sessions run consecutively

National College Health Assessment

Physics Program

Sponsored Research

Melinda Dubois, Lauderdale Health & Counseling Center

Charlie Freeman, Physics & Astronomy  

Anne Baldwin, Sponsored Research

2:30pm –  3:45pm

Looking Before You LEAP: The Intent of Making Learning High Impact and How to Assess the Difference

Dr. Ashley Finley

Dr. Finley is the Senior Director of Assessment and Research at the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U). She is also the national evaluator for the Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) project.

 4:00pm -  4:50pm


What did we learn from the NSSE? (National Survey of student engagement)

 Julie Rao, Institutional Research & Ken Kallio, Psychology  

 5:00pm – 6:00pm

"Airing of the Grievances" in the fireside lounge

Assessing ‘ASSESStivus’ over refreshments