Friday April 8, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Quality
Track 2: Equality & Opportunity
Track 3: Sustainability
Track 5: Visibility
Moderator: 
Rudy J. Sanchez
Interim Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs
California State University, Fresno
Faculty Development as an Agent for Transformation

CSU East Bay used the directive to convert from a quarter to a semester-based campus to genuinely transform curriculum and incorporate more high impact practices. The Office of Semester Conversion created a cross-disciplinary faculty committee to develop a program design and assessment guide, design a course template to help align curriculum, and create workshops to support faculty’s investment into campus transformation.

Julie Stein
Project Manager, Educational Effectiveness
California State University, East Bay
Professional Development in Assessment for Cultivating Leaders of Change

The Assessment Leadership Building project at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa borrowed best practices in professional development and used faculty self-determination, adult learning, and learning community theory and practices. The project aims to train faculty as the change agent to initiate, refine, and advance program learning assessment in their programs. This workshop will describe this professional development project and its impact and provide the training model and materials for participants to adapt at their own institutions.

Yao Hill
Assessment Specialist
University of Hawaii at Manoa