co-curricular programs

Designing Effective Surveys

This workshop will introduce you to the basics of survey design, from planning to question construction and layout. …

Focus Group, Interview, or Survey: Which is Right for Your Academic or Co-Curricular Program?

This workshop will describe the purpose, strengths, and weaknesses of each data collection method. For Academic Programs:PowerPoint and …

Annual Assessment Report: Information Workshop (Academic and Co-curricular)

This series of workshops was to acquaint participants with the Academic Annual Assessment Reporting system, answer questions, and …

Each year, the Office of Student Housing Services conducts an assessment to measure our resident’s perspective of various aspects of our housing program. The information obtained is then used to prioritize planned improvements to our housing program; assess progress toward departmental and University goals and objectives; plan training programs; improve business services; develop budgets; and enhance communication strategies with various stakeholder groups.

Student Housing Services Annual Assessment, 2009-2010

Each year, the Office of Student Housing Services conducts an assessment to measure our resident’s perspective of various …

Two years ago, the staff of the Office of Student Life and Development (SLD) began the process of identifying the learning outcomes that guide and inform our in- and out-of-classroom instruction of students. The SLD staff provides advising to UHM’s six Chartered Student Organizations and their programs and teaches introductory and upper division college credit leadership courses, offered through the College of Engineering, Interdisciplinary Studies, and the College of Education. The focus of this poster presentation is two activity sheets designed by the presenters to enable SLD staff to introduce their students, in the organizations which they advise and the classes they teach, to three foundational learning outcomes to be assessed this academic year: self awareness, building relationships, and empowerment of others. The first sheet asks students to rate their leadership knowledge and skill development – emerging, developing, and advanced – in the three learning outcome areas. The second sheet, Strategies for Growth, asks students to select one or more learning outcomes, articulate specific, action-oriented, and time-framed goals, and to consider how the leadership opportunities offered through their organizations and courses could assist them in progressing to the advanced leadership skill level. Recommended processes for staff implementation include individual advising and group discussion and problem-solving activities.

LEVELS OF LEADERSHIP: Developing Strategies for Improving Competency in Three Core Learning Outcomes

Two years ago, the staff of the Office of Student Life and Development (SLD) began the process of …