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Institutional Research, Assessment, and Analytics

Assessment Advisory Committee

Charge to the Assessment Advisory Committee

The charge of the Assessment Advisory Committee is to:

    • Provide the foundation for developing an institutional climate that assures and improves the quality of education each academic program promises and offers
    • Promote assessment as a comprehensive process that is ongoing, systematic, and sustainable
    • Serve as a channel for communication among faculty and the Office of Institutional Research, Assessment, and Analytics
    • Make recommendations regarding assessment-related policies and procedures
    • Assist and advise faculty within one’s college or school in the development and implementation of meaningful assessment initiatives

Assessment Advisory Committee Members

Institutional Research, Assessment, and Analytics (Committee Co-Chair): La Trice Ratcliff-Small

College of Pharmacy (Committee Co-Chair): Brie Dunn

Institutional Research, Assessment, and Analytics (Ex-Officio): Donald Miles

College of Engineering and Computing: Jammie Turner

College of Hospitality, Retail, & Sport Management: Samuel Todd

College of Information and Communications - SJMC Undergraduate Programs: Laura Smith

College of Nursing: Alicia Ribar

Darla Moore School of Business: Jason Beever

Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health: Delores Pluto

Office of the Provost (Ex-Officio): Cheryl Addy

Palmetto College: Christine Rinehart

School of Law: Eboni Nelson

School of Medicine: Mary Foertsch

School of Medicine Greenville: Bill Wright, Kathryn Johnson

School of Music: Jacob Will

South Carolina Honors College: Kay Banks

Student Affairs and Academic Support: Pam Bowers

University 101: Carrie Van Haren

Institutional Research, Assessment, and Analytics


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