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Membership

The following are current members of the Council:

  • Charla Griffy-Brown, Graziadio School (Chair)
  • Amy Tuttle Guerrero, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
  • Michael Shires, School of Public Policy
  • Brad Griffin, Seaver College
  • Katie Dodds, School of Law
  • Brad Dudley, Office of Student Affairs
  • Mary Ann Naumann, University Libraries (joined in September 2016)
  • Lee Kats, Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives (ex officio)
  • Lisa Bortman, Assistant Provost for Institutional Research, Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Director of Assessment, Seaver College (ex officio)
  • 2 student members

AY 13 Membership

Founding Members and AY13 Membership

The founding members are constituted of faculty and co-curricular professionals who were appointed to the ASLC by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with the deans. The appointments were based on the formal role for the assessment of student learning and program review that each of these members holds in their respective schools or major department areas. These appointments met the immediate need for addressing the recommendations by the WASC Capacity and Preparatory Review (CPR) Steering Committee and the WASC site visiting team in preparation for the Educational Effectiveness Review (EER). The Assistant Provost of Institutional Effectiveness is an ex officio member of the Council without voting rights.

The following are the founding members:

  • Joy Asamen, GSEP (Chair)
  • Herb Cihak, School of Law
  • Constance M. Fulmer, Seaver
  • Charla Griffy-Brown, Graziadio
  • Michael Shires, SPP
  • Connie Horton, Students Affairs
  • Lisa Bortman, OIE

Future ASLC Representation

Faculty, co-curricular professionals, and student engagement in the assessment of student learning and program review is essential for successfully sustaining the process. The following standing representation is suggested. Refer to the ASLC Charter for further details.

  • Seaver College: 1 elected faculty representative
  • GSEP: 1 elected faculty representative
  • Graziadio: 1 elected faculty representative
  • School of Law: 1 elected faculty representative
  • SPP: 1 elected faculty representative
  • Student Affairs: 1 appointed representative
  • Student Member: 1 representative

AY 14 Membership

The members are constituted of faculty and co-curricular professionals who were appointed to the ASLC by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with the deans. The appointments were based on the formal role for the assessment of student learning and program review that each of these members holds in their respective schools or major department areas. The Assistant Provost of Institutional Effectiveness is an ex officio member of the Council without voting rights.

The following were members of the ALSC in 2013-2014 academic year:

  • Charla Griffy-Brown, Graziadio School (Chair from June 2013)
  • Amy Tuttle Guerrero, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
  • Michael Shires, School of Public Policy
  • Constance M. Fulmer, Seaver College
  • Katie Kerr, School of Law
  • Connie Horton, Seaver College Students Affairs
  • Lee Kats, Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives (guest attendee)
  • Lisa Bortman, Office of Institutional Effectiveness (ex officio)
  • 2 student members

AY 15 Membership

The members are constituted of faculty and co-curricular professionals who were appointed to the ASLC by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with the deans. The appointments were based on the formal role for the assessment of student learning and program review that each of these members holds in their respective schools or major department areas. The Assistant Provost of Institutional Effectiveness is an ex officio member of the Council without voting rights.
The following were members of the ALSC in 2014-2015 academic year:

  • Charla Griffy-Brown, Graziadio School (Chair from June 2013)
  • Amy Tuttle Guerrero, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
  • Michael Shires (September - December 2014) and Angela Hawken (January - May 2015), School of Public Policy
  • Constance M. Fulmer, Seaver College
  • Katie (Kerr) Dodds, School of Law
  • Connie Horton, Seaver College Students Affairs
  • Colleen Mullally, University Libraries (joined in October 2014)
  • Lee Kats, Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives (guest attendee)
  • Lisa Bortman, Office of Institutional Effectiveness (ex officio)
  • 2 student members

AY 16 Membership

The members are constituted of faculty and co-curricular professionals who were appointed to the ASLC by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with the deans. The appointments were based on the formal role for the assessment of student learning and program review that each of these members holds in their respective schools or major department areas. The Assistant Provost of Institutional Effectiveness is an ex officio member of the Council without voting rights.

The following were members of the ALSC in the 2015-2016 academic year:

  • Charla Griffy-Brown, Graziadio School (Chair)
  • Amy Tuttle Guerrero, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
  • Michael Shires, School of Public Policy
  • Brad Griffin, Seaver College¬†(joined in July 2015)
  • Katie Dodds, School of Law
  • Brad Dudley, Office of Student Affairs (joined in July 2015)
  • Colleen Mullally, University Libraries
  • Lee Kats, Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives (ex officio)
  • Lisa Bortman, Assistant Provost for Institutional Research, Office of Institutional Effectiveness (ex officio)
    and Director of Assessment, Seaver College (from fall 2015)