A number of people on campus play a role in understanding how students learn and what the student experience is like. Faculty take the lead in understanding and improving student learning in and across courses and academic departments. The individuals listed below have responsibility for assessment and institutional research on a macro level:
Anne Goodsell Love, Ph.D., Associate Provost for Assessment
Angelo Araimo, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Enrollment and Planning
Patricia Clancy, Assistant Director of Enrollment
Wagner College is a member of the Higher Education Data Sharing (HEDS) Consortium, which consists of over 130 small, private, nonprofit institutions around the country that are committed to sharing and using information to more fully enact their missions and promote effective liberal arts education.
National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment. "NILOA’s primary objective is to discover and disseminate ways that academic programs and institutions can productively use assessment data internally to inform and strengthen undergraduate education, and externally to communicate with policy makers, families and other stakeholders." (from the NILOA website)
Measuring Quality in Higher Education — an inventory of resources designed to assist higher education faculty and staff in assessing academic and support programs as well as institutional effectiveness. Resources include instruments (examinations, surveys, questionnaires, etc.); software tools and platforms; benchmarking systems and data resources; and projects, initiatives and services.
Faculty and staff: for more information about Wagner's assessment initiatives please visit Moodle and use your username and password to enter the site. It contains internal documents, resources and tools to guide you in your assessment work.