2015 Assessment Leadership Institute


Name Department/Unit College/School Poster Presentation
Jon-Paul Bingham Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering CTAHR Establishing Signature Assessment For Graduate Programs: The use of the MS. and PhD. proposal as a tool for evaluating Graduate Program performance
M. Kainoa Fialkowski HNFAS (Human Nutrition) CTAHR Fostering Grant Writing Skills: A Student Learning Objective of the Intercollege Nutrition PhD Program
Robin Hadwick Shidler College of Business Shidler College of Business From Rigorous Data Collection to Meaningful Results: Closing the Loop at Shidler
Seunghye Hong Social Work Social Work Articulating Social Work PhD program rubrics into a sustainable assessment
Hong Jiang Geography Social Sciences Rethinking the Discipline and Student's Learning Goal
Stephanie D. Kraft-Terry Biology Natural Sciences Collaborative Curricular Improvement Guided by Assessment
Stephen J. Martel Geology and Geophysics SOEST A time-effective and fair way to collect assessment data
M'Randa R. Sandlin Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences CTAHR An Interactive Approach to Curriculum Mapping
Stacey M. Takanishi Institute for Teacher Education College of Education Curriculum Mapping for Program Assessment and Improvement
Alice Tse Nursing Health Sciences/Nursing and Dental Hygiene Evidence-Based Rubric Development for the Nursing PhD Program
Julianne M. Walsh Center for Pacific Islands Studies SPAS Yeah, WRITE! New Disciplinary Writing Curriculum As Outcome of Assessment Cycle
John Wiltshire Ocean and Resources Engineering SOEST Developing Additionally Improved Rubrics Following a Very Successful ABET Accreditation of the Ocean and Resources Engineering Department<

Updated 8/5/2015

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