San Juan Town Hall and From Assessment to Planning (and Back) Workshop
March 17 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.
|8:00–9:00 am||Presidents’ Breakfast and Round Table
Open only to the President or Provost – either may attend.
|9:00–10:00 am||Continental Breakfast for Town Hall Attendees||Complimentary|
|10:00 am–Noon||Town Hall||Complimentary|
|1:30–4:30 pm||From Assessment to Planning (and Back) – Demonstrating and Documenting the Use of Assessment ResultsThrough 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.
Registration online is required (no phone or e-mail registration accepted). Space is limited to a total of any two representatives from each institution for the Town Hall and/or the workshop.
Registration / Cancellation deadline: March 6, 2020. | Cancellation fee for the Workshop: $45.00.
Note: No lunch will be served between the Town Hall and the Workshop.
Participants are responsible for their own accommodations; MSCHE has not reserved a block of rooms. For information regarding hotel reservations at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino click here. (Participants who need to book a room for this event are advised to make their reservations early. The hotel has limited availability.)
Registration links are sent via email. If you do not receive the email or have any questions related to registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Dr. Idna Corbett, Vice President, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Dr. Idna M. Corbett joined MSCHE as a Vice President in mid-2017. In this role, she serves as a liaison to member institutions, provides training to institutions and volunteers, and supports the accreditation decision-making work of the Commission. Before coming to MSCHE, she served as Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs at Northern Kentucky University where she oversaw University-wide curriculum development, academic assessment processes and student support services, and served as liaison to the University’s regional accrediting Commission and state higher education council.
|Dr. Kushnood Haq, Vice President, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Dr. Kushnood Haq joined MSCHE as a Vice President in summer 2017. In this role, he serves as a liaison to member institutions, provides training to institutions and volunteers, and supports the accreditation decision-making work of the Commission. Dr. Haq came to MSCHE from Hilbert College in Hamburg, NY, where he was Vice Provost for Strategic Initiatives and Chair of the Professional Studies Division.