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Assessment Advisory Board

​The Assessment Advisory Board is a representative group of individuals from units across DePaul University responsible for program-level assessment of curricular and co-curricular student learning. This group makes decisions related to the policies and practices surrounding DePaul’s assessment of student learning outcomes. This group also helps guide DePaul in developing best practices and ensuring every college or unit involved in student learning has access to the same information and resources to support DePaul’s commitment to high quality, meaningful assessment of student learning.

​Roster

Membership on the Assessment Advisory Board includes (but is not limited to) at least one representative from each college or co-curricular unit who feels they contribute to student learning. AY 2021-2022 members:

College/Unit
Representative
Academic Affairs*
Caryn Chaden*
Center for Teaching & Learning*
Sharon Guan*
Jen Sweet*
College of Communication
Kendra Knight
College of Computing and Digital Media
Terry Steinbach
College of Education
Barbara Rieckoff
College of Law
Allison Tirres
College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
John Shanahan
College of Science & Health
Rick Niedziela
Driehaus College of Business
Suzanne Fogel
Felicia Richardson-McGee
Institutional Research & Marketing Analytics*
Joe Filkins*
Liberal Studies Program
Celia DeBoer
Mission & Ministry
Katie Brick
School for Continuing & Professional Studies
Arieahn Matamonasa
School of Music
Jacki Kelly-McHale
Student Affairs*
Scott Tharp*
The Theatre School
Dean Corrin
University Library
Jen Schwartz

*Indicates ex-officio (non-voting) member

Assessment Reports by Program

Advisory Board members and other authorized users may view assessment reports by program. To request access, email ctl@depaul.edu.

Recognition and Awards

The Advisory Board also recognizes outstanding efforts by individuals and units to advance the culture and practice of assessment at DePaul University.

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