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Assessment Culture

Posters to increase assessment awareness

Assessment Day 2011 - Collage of faculty at Assessment Day presentation
Speakers
Dr. Marilee Bresciani

Professor of Post Secondary Education, SDSU
Author of five books on assessment including Outcomes-Based Academic and Co-Curricular Program Review: A Compilation of Institutional Good Practices.

Dr. Mary Celsi

Associate Dean, CSU Long Beach, College of Business
"Our successful AACSB experience – Challenges & Successes in Assurance of Learning"
(Download PlenarySessionI-GuestSpeakers.pptx)

Breakout Sessions
  1. AACSB & AOL

    Gail Naughton, Former Dean & Mary Celsi, Associate Dean (CSULB)
    "What an AACSB team looks for in AOL"
    (Download AACSB-AOL Handout (docx))

  2. A Cynic's View of Assessment

    Point - Counterpoint - Nik Varaiya and Kathy Krentler giving a presentation

    Nik Varaiya & Kathy Krentler in Point/Counterpoint
    (Download BreakoutSession-PointCounterpoint.pptx)

  3. Developing & Using Rubrics – a "Hands-on" Workshop
    • Christine Probett, MGT & MIS Departments
    • Lois Olson, MKT Department
Best Practices Plenary Session

CBA Assessment Committee Departmental Reps – Panel presentation on best practices and best closing the loop examples from various departments in the CBA.
John Anderson, George Easton, Lois Olson, Amy Randel, Nik Varaiya

College Level Program Assessment
BSBA Program
  • Kathy Krentler, Director of Undergraduate Programs
  • Annette Easton, Chair, CBA Undergraduate Committee
MBA Program
  • Dave Ely, Director of Graduate Programs
  • Heather Honea, Chair, CBA Graduate Committee
Kathy Krentler at podium presenting to faculty
AACSB accredited

The Fowler College of Business Administration is fully accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business