Provost’s Advisory Committee on Assessment
TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY ASSESSMENT COLLOQUIUM
The Assessment Colloquium is a program at Truman developed by the Analysis and Reporting Group of the Assessment Committee in conjunction with the Center for Teaching and Learning. The Colloquia were developed in response to increased requests to share data and assessment-related findings with the campus community. The Colloquia began during the Spring 2004 Semester and featured three presentations from faculty members performing assessment.
Spring 2007 Presentations:
- Rebecca Maddox, “Student Engagement and Liberal Arts Education: Faculty and Student Perceptions,” (January 30, 2007, 4:00pm, PML 302A), Click here to view a previous PowerPoint given by this presenter.
- John Rutter and Tony Weisstein, “Development of a Knowledge Survey as a Hierarchical Assessment Vehicle,” (February 20, 2007, 12:00pm, SUB Alumni Room)
- Michelle Boyd and Jennifer Hurst, “Utilization of an Online Database to Increase Effectiveness of Clinical Assessment in the Athletic Training Program” (April 17, 2007, 12:00pm, SUB Alumni Room)
Fall 2006 Presentation:
- Jennifer Thompson, Jason Miller, Sue Pieper, “Using Electronic Journals to Assess Student Growth from Undergraduate Research Experiences” December 5, 2006, 12:00pm, Ryle Hall Private Dining Room
Spring 2006 Presentations:
- Barbara Price, “The Collegial Review of the Writing Assessment,” (February 27, 2006, 4:30pm, PML 205) Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.
- Sandra Weber and Diane Johnson, “Discipline Learning Outcome Development,” (March 28, 2006, 4:30pm, SUB Conference Room)
- Sue Pieper, Maria Di Stefano, and Dominick Scalise, “Promoting Student Success,” (April 25, 2006, 4:30pm, SUB Conference Room)
Fall 2005 Presentations:
- Craig Sasse and Steve Brown from Rockhurst University, “The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning” (September 27, 2005, 4:30pm, SUB Spanish Room)
- Adam Davis, “The JINS Effect” (October 25, 2005, 4:30pm, SUB Spanish Room)Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.
- Marcia Kottemann, “A History of Assessment at Truman” (December 6, 2005, 4:30pm, SUB Spanish Room)
Spring 2005 Presentations:
- Marc Becker, “Teaching HIST 231 Introduction to History and Historiography as an Extended Truman Week Class” (March 7, 2005) Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.
- Maria Di Stefano and Maureen Bell, “Promoting Student Success: Development and Assessment of an Early Identification Model” (April 4, 2005) Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.
Fall 2004 Presentations:
- Maria Di Stefano, Jay Bulen, and Jeff Romine, “Assessment in the Graduate Programs at Truman State University” (September 27, 2004)
- Janet Gooch and Paula Cochran, “Authentic Assessment in Communication Disorders: A Comprehensive Exam Alternate” (October 25, 2004) Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.
- John Ishiyama, “The Factors Affecting Retention, Graduation, and Satisfaction Rates at Truman State University: An Initial Empirical Inquiry” (November 15, 2004)
Spring 2004 Presentations:
- Dean De Cock, “Mathematics Placement and its Relationship to Retention” Clickhere to read the grant report this presentation is based on and Hyun-Joo Kim,“Predicting an Individual Retention Rate Using a Statistical Analysis” Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on. (February 16, 2004)
- Sandra Weber, “Defining and Assessing Team Skills of Business and Accountancy Students” (March 22, 2004) Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.
- Dan Hite, “Supporting the Pillars: An Evaluation of the Applicability of Current Assessment Data to Areas of Learning in the Biology Discipline” (April 19, 2004)Click here to read the grant report this presentation is based on.