Assessment forums are an opportunity for faculty to share their assessment work and exchange ideas on campus assessment policy and practice.
The 2014 Assessment Forums showcased the work of faculty in the Assessment Grant Program, who presented their final project reports. The second forum was held on March 19 and included Anna Novakov (Art & Art History), Sawako Suzuki (Educational Leadership), David Quijada (Ethnic Studies), Elizabeth Hamm (Integral Program), Marguerite Welch (Leadership), Chris Ray (Physics), Maria Ruiz (Spanich), and Keith Garrison (Biology):
The first forum was held on February 26 and included Robert Bulman (Sociology), Jennifer Heung (Anthropology), Myrna Santiago (History), Helga Lenart-Cheng (French), Ellen Rigsby (Collegiate Seminar), and Greg Merrill (School of Economics and Business Administration):
To read the final project reports from faculty in the Assessment Grant Program, click here.
The 2013 forum, Assessment in the Arts, included Ed Tywoniak (Communication), Cathy Davalos (Dance), Peter Freund (Media Art), and Frank Murry (Theater) and was organized around the following questions:
- What is the role of the creative process in assessment?
- Does the process of working on an artistic project, choreographing a dance, creating a sculpture, or producing a video count in the assessment process?
- If so, how do we capture this evidence?
For more informaiton on assessment in the arts, contact Anna Novakov (Art and Art History).