Using Assessment Data to Become a Better Instructor or Administrator

The Case for Evidence-Based Practice in Assessment of Student Learning This topic brings me back to an earlier time of my life. During my undergraduate days as a psychology major, professors lamented ad nauseam about the scientist-practitioner gap and its threat to the public good. I was fascinated by the information and, although I didn't … Continue reading Using Assessment Data to Become a Better Instructor or Administrator

Practicing Self-Care to Become a Better Institution

Simplicity is Often Esoteric You might be curious as to how this topic relates to sustaining a viable long-term accreditation agenda in higher education. While the connection is not necessarily obvious, we can locate the link once we peel back the layers. This entry focuses on the health of institutional actors who are charged with … Continue reading Practicing Self-Care to Become a Better Institution

Mary Ellen Petrisko Testifies to Congress

WSCUC Remains a Leader in Regulatory Quality I've only met Dr. Mary Ellen Petrisko a few times -- both opportunities during small group settings and neither of which were likely uniquely¬†memorable. Nevertheless, for years, I've admired Mary Ellen's groundbreaking work and professional agenda. She's an¬†educational leader who serves higher education with thoughtful stewardship and an … Continue reading Mary Ellen Petrisko Testifies to Congress