ATU Assessment Committees

The Student Learning Assessment Committee is charged with the continuous improvement and examination of student learning through program outcomes review.

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee is charged with the continuous monitoring and improvement of institutional effectiveness through the assessment of processes in support service and administrative areas.

 

Active Membership Designated by Appointment

Updated September 2016

Student Learning Assessment Committee

Membership will include a maximum of nine individuals who represent academic programs with at least one member from each college and the supernumerary voting block. Terms will be for three years and set up on a staggered basis. The Director of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness will chair the committee. The Dean of each college will make recommendations for membership to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs who has the responsibility for approval. Participation will be based upon prior expertise and training in assessment practice.

Christine Austin (Chair)
Office of Assessment and
Institutional Effectiveness
College of Education
Jordan Denton 
Office of Assessment and
Institutional Effectivenss
Dr. Masanori Kuroki
College of Business
Dr. Alaric Williams
College of Education
Dr. Jeremy Schwehm
College of eTech
Dr. Pat Buford
College of Engineering and
Applied Sciences
Dr. Jackie Bowman
College of Natural and Health Sciences
Dr. Caroline Hackerott
Graduate College Representative
Dr. Robert Vork
College of Arts and Humanities
Brenda Shoop
Ozark Representative
Lindelle Frazier
Student Services Representative
 

Institutional Effectiveness Committee

Membership will be limited to a maximum of nine individuals who represent both academic, non-academic and co-curricular support areas. The committee will include at least one member from the four Vice Presidential areas (i.e., Academic Affairs, Student Services, Advancement, and Administration and Finance), and two from the Ozark Campus (one from academic support and one from non-academic support). Terms will be for three years and set up on a staggered basis. The Director of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness will chair the committee. The Vice Presidents and the Chief Academic Officer at the Ozark campus will make recommendations for membership to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs who has the responsibility for approval. Participation will be based upon prior expertise and training in assessment and institutional effectiveness practice.

Christine Austin (Chair)
Office of Assessment and
Institutional Effectiveness
College of Education
Jordan Denton
Office of Assessment and
Institutional Effectivenss
Phillip Harp
Academic Advising
Lindsey Ingmire
International and Multicultural
Student Services Office
Tiffany Henry
Sponsored Programs &
University Initiatives
Aubrey Holt
Campus Life
Rhonda Fleming
Registrar
Cheryl Moody
Administration & Finance
Lindelle Frazier
Student Services
Ken Wester
Office of Information Systems
Courtney Kline
Academic Advising