Past Assessment Grant Recipients
2015-2016 Assessment Grant Recipients
Ms. Jennifer Dareneau Senior Lecturer, English; Coordinator, Composition Writing Program: ENGL 015 Source Use Assessment.
Dr. Nathan Greenauer Assistant Professor, Psychology: Ongoing Composition Program Assessment: Assessing the implementation and validity of electronic portfolios.
Dr. Cesar Martínez-Garza Associate Professor, Mathematics: Validation of the ALEKS placement exam scores, Part I.
Dr. Rungun Nathan Associate Professor, Engineering; Program Coordinator, Mechanical Engineering: Measures and Evaluation in Engineering (MEE at Berks).
Dr. Cheryl Nicholas Associate Professor, Communication Arts and Sciences: CAS Assessment 2015.
Mr. Michael C. Stella Senior Undergraduate Studies Adviser: Validation of the ALEKS placement exam scores, Part II.
2014-2015 Assessment Grant Recipients
Dr. Nathan Greenauer Assistant Professor, Applied Psychology: Assessing the alignment of portfolio evidence for skills, responsibilities, and duties with industry expectations.
Dr. Laurie Grobman Professor, English and Women's Studies: Assessing "advanced critical thinking skills, inclusive of information literacy across a range of print and electronic genres,” in the PW Major.
Dr. Cheryl Nicholas Associate Professor, Communication Arts & Sciences; and Dr. Jill Burk Instructor, Communication Arts & Sciences: Communication Arts & Sciences Program Assessment.
2013-2014 Assessment Grant Recipients
Ms. Jennifer Dareneau Senior Lecturer and Composition Coordinator: Developmental Writing Classes Pilot Assessment.
Dr. Sadan Kulturel Associate Professor, MIS: Developing assessment tools for the Capstone Projects in the hybrid ENGR497-Entrepreneurship Capstone Course.
Dr. Cesar Martínez-Garza Associate Professor, Mathematics: Identifying Foundation Weaknesses in Calculus 1 Students.
Dr. Jayné Park-Martínez Research Analyst, PRA; and Dr. Mary Flagg Director of Assessment, Research and Planning, RACC: Investigating the Effect of Early Placement Testing on High School Students’ decision to enroll in or retake College Preparatory Mathematics Courses.
Dr. Brenda Russell Associate Professor, Psychology; Program Coordinator, Applied Psychology: Assessing Student Learning of Career Development and Personal Effectiveness
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