CEEQA Chair and Director of Educational Outcomes and Assessment at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) Mark Howse and the entire team at MSM have done an excellent job ensuring CEEQA is well positioned and ready to make a difference. CEEQA’s Advisory Council, including Natasha Jankowski, Director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) and Charles Taylor, Vice President of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SASCOC) have been extremely helpful in promoting our goals and vision.
Over the past 12 months our members have:
Published in 3 circuits:
- Creating a culturally-responsive ecosystem for learning and assessment: Lessons from a small private university, Peter Nwosu
- Trekking towards sustainable excellence through systematic outcomes assessment, Mark Howse and Franz Reneau
- Assessment, Accountability, and Student Learning Outcomes at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Verna Orr
Presented at the national Assessment Institute in Indianapolis, IN:
- Natasha Jankowski – National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment: Reflecting on 10 Years and Beyond, Keynote
- Angelita P. Howard and Mark Howse, Systematically Assessing Instructional Effectiveness and Faculty Impact on Health Sciences Student Performance,
- Verna Orr, Historically Black Colleges and Universities Assessment Trends: Provosts’ Perspectives, Moderator
- Ereka Williams – Effective Communication of Student Learning Assessment: Telling our Stories Better, Presenter
Represented CEEQA at national conferences:
- Shontell Stanford, Virginia Assessment Group, Charlottesville, VA
- DeShawn Preston, 2018 HBCU Week Conference, Washington, DC
As you can see, our members, including our Advisory Council are committed to the goals articulated during our inaugural convening. Indeed, this is an exciting time for CEEQA. We are publishing, presenting, and growing! We invite you to be a member of CEEQA. We believe your input and active participation will be invaluable to the collaborative. Also, it is our hope that you will see this as an opportunity to engage in a community of practice that will prove to be mutually beneficial for all partners and the institutions served.