Albany Town Hall
September 26 at 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Town Halls allow the Commission to update members on topics ranging from changes at MSCHE to the political environment and/or the accreditation landscape that has the potential to impact the higher education community. This Town Hall will include opening remarks by President Elizabeth H. Sibolski and additional updates and dialogue with Commission staff. And as always, we look forward to hearing directly from our members.
Registration and Cancellation deadline for all events: Sept. 20, 2019
Cancellation fee for the Assessment and Planning Workshop $35.00
Presidents’ and Provosts’ Breakfast and Round Table with MSCHE Staff
8:00–9:00 am / Complimentary LIMITED SEATS REMAIN
Open only to the President or Provost – either or both may attend.
Continental Breakfast for Town Hall Attendees
9:00–10:00 am / Complimentary
10:00 am–Noon / Complimentary LIMITED SEATS REMAIN
From Assessment to Planning (and back)
Demonstrating and Documenting the Use of Assessment Results
1:30–4:30 pm / THE WORKSHOP IS FULL. IT WILL BE REPEATED AT THE SAN JUAN AND PITTSBURGH TOWN HALLS. PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THOSE DATES AND TIMES.
Through the lens of Standards V (Educational Effectiveness Assessment) and VI (Planning, Resources and Institutional Improvement), this workshop will present strategies for using assessment results for long-range planning and resource allocation. Additionally, the workshop will focus on the use of assessment results for the continuous improvement of academic and non-academic programs and units, and as a mechanism for spurring innovative initiatives.
- Identify the MSCHE expectations for use of assessment results in Standards V and VI.
- Understand the role of assessment in planning and resource allocation
- Identify strategies for documenting use of assessment results
- Discuss strategies for determining whether assessment practices are producing meaningful data for planning and resource allocation
- Dr. Idna Corbett, Vice President
- Dr. Kushnood Haq, Vice President
You are required to register online from the registration link (no on-site, phone, or e-mail registration accepted). Space is limited for the Town Hall and the Assessment and Planning Workshop. Registration will close when we reach capacity, and there will be no wait list.
Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: No lunch will be served between the Town Hall and the Assessment and Planning Workshop.
Participants are responsible for their own accommodations; MSCHE has not reserved a block of rooms. For information regarding hotel reservations at the Albany Marriott, click here.
Future Town Halls
The Commission will be hosting additional Town Halls in spring 2020 in San Juan and Pittsburgh. Stay tuned for more information.