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Assessment Mentors

Faculty engagement in the assessment process is an essential part of meaningful and manageable assessment. Program Assessment Mentors are available to support you and your department’s assessment efforts by providing guidance and feedback with planning for assessment, constructing assessment activities, as well as supporting your effort to summarize and report on program level assessment activity in your department.

Clinical Assistant Professor


Lecturer and Academic Advisor, CCE


Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric


Professor, Director of the BSPS Program


Assistant Professor of Kinesiology


2022 Faculty Peer Reviewers

Faculty peer reviewers work with learning outcomes assessment which is a useful and necessary tool for programs to document their strengths and develop strategies for improvement. The Assessment Office works with interested faculty to support them in their role as external reviewers of undergraduate and graduate program learning outcomes assessment reports. Faculty reviewers first learn assessment essentials, and then engage in teams to review and create feedback for reports over the course of a two-week timeframe. The 2022 Reviewers are:

  • Brad Weatherbee
  • Brian Plouffe
  • Clarisa Carubin
  • Crystal Green
  • Izabela Ciesielksa-Wrobel
  • Jennifer Gill
  • Julianna Golas
  • Leah Heilig
  • Madison Jones
  • Roberta King
  • Ryan Chapman
  • Yang Lin