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2019 Symposium

 

The Sixth Annual

Assessment as Research Symposium

Sharing Practices, Successes, and Lessons Learned

 

Round tables, Presentations & Posters

March 6, 2019

9:00 a.m. ~ 12:00 p.m.

KL 355 ~ Third Floor of the Library

 
Organized by the Campus Working Group on Assessment with support from the Office of Undergraduate Education, and the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor’s Office.
 

PROGRAM & SCHEDULE
(FULL PROGAM W/ABSTRACTS)


9:00 - 9:45   PART I: BREAKFAST & ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS


Round Table 1: Measuring Belonging
Hosts: Emily Langdon, Student Affairs

Round Table 2: Institutional Survey Data for Assessment
Host: Cinnamon Danube, Institutional Research & Decision Support


9:45 - 11:30 PART II: PRESENTATIONS


Opening Remarks 
Gregg Camfield, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost

Students Helping Students Provide Valuable Feedback on Course Evaluations
Adriana Signorini, Mariana Abuan, Jose Sandoval, Val Murillo, Monica Urbina, Arby Mariano, Brian Hoang, Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning

STEM Resource Center Assessment: Processes, Methods and Improvements
Petia Gueorguieva, Amy Moffat, School of Natural Sciences

How Do Undergraduate Students Understand Community Engaged Research? Lessons from an Introductory Course
Stergios Roussos, Robin DeLugan, Stephan Bera, Paul Sivak, Mary Louise Soltis, School of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts

Novice or Expert? Upper-Division Undergraduate Information Literacy Experiences
Sara Davidson Squibb, Anne Zanzucchi, UC Merced Library and School of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts

UC San Diego Student Affairs Assessment 10 Years Later: What we’ve learned
Marlene Lowe, Gelsey Thomas, UCSD Student Affairs

Closing Remarks 
Elizabeth Whitt, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education


11:30 - 12:00   PART III: POSTERS


Students Helping Students Provide Valuable Feedback on Course Evaluations
SATAL Program Interns, Jose Sandoval, Val Murillo, Monica Urbina, Arby Mariano, Brian Hoang, Leslie Bautista, Sandi Dorantes, Guady Covarrubias-Oregel, and Harmanjit Singh.

Finding Metaphor through Assessment: Heritage Language Learners and their use of figurative language
Lorraine Ramos