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Winners Announced for One University Assessment Poster Session
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment (IEA) hosted the inaugural One University Assessment Poster Session on Friday, April 5. The event showcased and celebrated the assessment activities of Syracuse University’s academic, co-curricular and functional areas. There were 19 poster presentations at the event, featuring disciplines across campus.
Photos and information on the posters from the event can be found on the IEA website. Winners of the awards were:
Best Faculty Engagement Strategies
“Improving Learning Outcome Statements: How to Use Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy as a Base Map”:
Anne Mosher, chair, Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Maxwell School
Best Staff Engagement Strategies
“Community Engaged Learning Outcomes”: Colleen Cicotta, associate director; Sierra Eastman ’20, Shaw Center leadership intern; Mary Ann Shaw Center for Public and Community Service
Best Use of Results
“Data Driven Decision Making: This is what we are all about!”: Kimberley Salanger, assessment data coordinator and functional business analyst;
Jason Curry, assistant teaching professor; School of Education
Best Poster Design
“Development of Young Scholars and Their Career-Preparedness: Human Development and Family Science Assessment Report”: Eunjoo Jung, associate professor and undergraduate director; Ambika Krishnakumar, professor and chair; Rachel Razza, associate professor, Human Development and Family Science, Falk College
“Orange SUccess: Managing Change, People, Technology, and Process”:
Kal Srinivas, director for retention;
Hopeton Smalling, functional business analyst; Academic Affairs and Enrollment and the Student Experience
Award judges for the event were Carol Faulkner, associate dean for academic affairs in the Maxwell School; Ralph Lorenz, senior associate dean in the College of Visual and Performing Arts; and Sarah Smith, research associate in the Office of Institutional Research.
Chris Johnson, associate provost for academic affairs; Bruce Carlson, facilities manager in the College of Engineering and Computer Science; Monica Stitt-Bergh from the University of Hawaii at Minoa Assessment Office; and Syracuse University Libraries all played a role in the inaugural event. For questions regarding the event, email email@example.com.