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Student Affairs Assessment: Priorities and Focus During COVID-19

Higher education has shifted dramatically in the last month. With most campuses delivering learning and student services from a distance, the immediate focus rightfully has been on the safety and well-being of students. What does this mean for assessment professionals in student affairs? How have their priorities and practices shifted? What role do they play now and for the foreseeable future? What data is relevant right now? Listen to Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL) colleagues discuss these and others from the field.

Presented By:

  • Photo of Ciji Heiser

    Ciji Heiser

    Director for Student Affairs Assessment and Effectiveness

    Western Michigan University

    SAAL Member-at-Large

    plus
  • Photo of Daniel Doerr

    Daniel Doerr

    Assistant to the Vice President for Assessment and Strategic Planning

    The University of Connecticut

    SAAL Advancement Committee Chair-Elect

    plus
  • Photo of Joseph Levy, Ed.D.

    Joseph Levy, Ed.D.

    Executive Director of Assessment & Accreditation

    National Louis University

    SAAL Professional Development Committee Chair

    plus
  • Photo of Judd Harbin, Ph.D.

    Judd Harbin, Ph.D.

    Executive Director of Student Affairs Strategic Planning & Assessment, Division of Student Affairs

    University of Nevada, Las Vegas

    SAAL Board Past Chair

    plus
  • Photo of Anne E Lundquist, Ph.D.

    Anne E Lundquist, Ph.D.

    Assistant Vice President, Campus Strategy

    Campus Labs

    plus

Student Affairs Assessment: Priorities and Focus During COVID-19

Overview

Higher education has shifted dramatically in the last month. With most campuses delivering learning and student services from a distance, the immediate focus rightfully has been on the safety and well-being of students. What does this mean for assessment professionals in student affairs? How have their priorities and practices shifted? What role do they play now and for the foreseeable future? What data is relevant right now? Listen to Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL) colleagues discuss these and others from the field.

Presented By

  • Photo of Ciji Heiser

    Ciji Heiser

    Director for Student Affairs Assessment and Effectiveness

    Western Michigan University

    plus
  • Photo of Daniel Doerr

    Daniel Doerr

    Assistant to the Vice President for Assessment and Strategic Planning

    The University of Connecticut

    plus
  • Photo of Joseph Levy, Ed.D.

    Joseph Levy, Ed.D.

    Executive Director of Assessment & Accreditation

    National Louis University

    plus
  • Photo of Judd Harbin, Ph.D.

    Judd Harbin, Ph.D.

    Executive Director of Student Affairs Strategic Planning & Assessment, Division of Student Affairs

    University of Nevada, Las Vegas

    plus
  • Photo of Anne E Lundquist, Ph.D.

    Anne E Lundquist, Ph.D.

    Assistant Vice President, Campus Strategy

    Campus Labs

    plus

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