Friday April 12, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Conference Concept(s): 
Conference Concept 2: Educational Effectiveness
Conference Concept 4: Strong Leadership
Conference Concept 5: Teaching and Learning
Moderator: 
Yao Hill
Faculty Specialist
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Make Them Eat Their Vegetables: Socializing Faculty into Evaluative and Curricular Thinking Through a Campus Survey

How can we guide initiatives to operate on data rather than assumptions? How can we harness the data collection process to socialize faculty towards curricular thinking? This presentation will highlight the major processes that went into executing a campus-level survey project for the Undergraduate Discovery initiative at Berkeley.

Yukiko Watanabe
Senior Consultant, Assessment & Evaluation, Center for Teaching and Learning
UC Berkeley
Audrey Thomas
Institutional Research Analyst, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education
UC Berkeley
Leslie Harlson
Project/Policy Analyst, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education
UC Berkeley
Level of Information: 
Strategic
Integrated Assessment and Program Review Process for Regional and Professional Accreditors

Integrated Assessment and Program Review Process for Regional and Professional Accreditors: Participants will learn how assessment has been streamlined into annual, incremental program review of multiple majors, keeping them up to date and faculty workload in check, improving international student advising, and serving institutional needs of multiple and binational accreditors.

Cecilia Tagliapietra
Chair of Assessment
CETYS University
Carlos A. González-Campos
Accreditation Officer
CETYS University
Level of Information: 
Strategic