Thursday April 7, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Quality
Moderator: 
Laura Massa
Director of Assessment
Loyola Marymount University
A Model of Distributed Leadership: How to Engage a Large Campus in Assessment

It’s challenging to engage people in assessment, particularly at a large institution. CSUF utilizes a distributed leadership model, where assessment leadership is shared at multiple levels across campus. This model allows the university to involve the large campus community in assessment, and facilitates “closing the loop” at the institutional level.

Su Swarat
Director of Assessment and Educational Effectiveness
California State University, Fullerton
Peter Nwosu
AVP-Academic Programs
California State University, Fullerton
Jyenny Babcock
Assessment and Research Analyst
California State University, Fullerton
Building Communities of Practice for Assessment

“An institutional researcher, a historian, and a musician walk into a bar…” What could these three talk about? Join the discussion as they describe their creative collaboration and explore Program Review and the annual assessment cycle at three different institutions – a faith-based private institution, a small graduate-only arts institution, and a large state school.

Sharlene Sayegh
Director, Program Review & Assessment
California State University, Long Beach
Deborah Lee
Director of Institutional Research & Assessment
Concordia University, Irvine
David Chase
Vice Dean, Academic Affairs
American Film Institute Conservatory