The awards recognize and celebrate the efforts of faculty and staff who delivered learning experiences and services through innovative modalities and reflected on learning and operations during the 2020-21 academic year. Awards were given in four categories:
- Assessment Champion—recognizing campus community members who advocate for meaningful assessment to enrich the student experience and who have made contributions to the University’s culture of improvement.
- Outstanding Assessment—recognizing a distinguished academic program within each school/college, co-curricular program/unit and functional unit for overall robust assessment.
- Best Engagement Strategies—recognizing programs/units for engaging faculty, staff and students associated with the program/unit to participate and contribute to the assessment process.
- Best Use of Results—recognizing an academic program, co-curricular program/unit and functional unit for how results from the assessment process are used in making decisions.
This year’s recipients include:
- Assessment Champion—Kimberly Salanger, functional business analyst and accreditation coordinator in the School of Education, and Qingyi Yu, assistant director of health analytics, Barnes Center at The Arch
- Assessment Champion/Shared Competencies—Anne Mosher, Provost Faculty Fellow and associate professor of geography and the environment in the Maxwell School
- Outstanding Assessment | School of Education—Department of Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation
- Outstanding Assessment | School of Architecture—Dean’s Office
- Outstanding Assessment | College of Arts and Sciences—art history bachelor of arts degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | College of Engineering and Computer Science— mechanical engineering bachelor of science degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | Falk College—public health bachelor of science degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | iSchool—information systems master of science degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | College of Law—Academic and Bar Support
- Outstanding Assessment | Whitman School of Management—management bachelor of science degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs— geography master of arts degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | Newhouse School—Newhouse Assessment Committee
- Outstanding Assessment | College of Visual and Performing Arts—acting bachelor of fine arts degree program
- Outstanding Assessment | College of Professional Studies—Online Degrees and Certificates
- Outstanding Assessment | Co-Curricular—Community Standards
- Outstanding Assessment | Functional—Student Outreach and Retention
- Best Faculty Engagement Strategies—linguistic studies program
- Best Staff Engagement Strategies—Center for Learning and Student Success
- Best Student Engagement Strategies—Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar Assessment
- Best Use of Results | Academic Programs—environmental and interior design bachelor of fine arts degree program
- Best Use of Results | Co-Curricular—Student Living
- Best Use of Results | Functional—College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office
Visit the IEA website to see event photos and presentation materials describing recipients’ efforts to examine and enhance learning and operational success.