Provost's Award for Excellence in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

The Excellence in Student Learning Outcomes Award recognizes an academic degree program that is committed to best practices in assessment, improving student learning, and continuous program improvement. To qualify for the award the program must involve stakeholders in assessment, establish effective assessment planning and implementation processes, and demonstrate continuous improvement. Each college can submit one program.

The 2018 Provost's Award for Excellence in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

The 2018 award recipient is BS Chemical Engineering from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Department Chair Dr. Steve Weinstein accepted the award at the Celebration of Teaching and Scholarship ceremony on April 17.

Congratulations to the following programs for being nominated by their colleges:

  • CAST: BS Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • COS: BS Physics

The 2017 Provost's Award for Excellence in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

The 2017 award recipient is BS Psychology from the College of Liberal Arts. Interim Department Chair Joseph Baschnagel and Undergraduate Program Director Caroline DeLong accepted the award at the Celebration of Teaching and Scholarship ceremony on April 25.

Congratulations to the following programs for being nominated by their colleges:

  • GCCIS: PhD Computing & Information Sciences
  • KGCOE: BS Industrial Engineering

The 2016 Provost's Award for Excellence in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

The 2016 award recipient is AAS Administrative Support Technology from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.  Program Chair Mary Beth Parker accepted the award at the Celebration of Teaching and Scholarship ceremony on May 10.

Congratulations to the following programs for being nominated by their colleges:

  • CHST: BS/MS Physician Assistant Program
  • COLA: BS and MS Criminal Justice
  • GCCIS: PhD Computing & Information Sciences
  • KGCOE: BS Electrical Engineering

Honorable mention went to the PhD Computing & Information Sciences program in GCCIS who received an award for Innovation in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment.

The 2015 Provost's Award for Excellence in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

The 2015 award recipient was BS Mechanical Engineering from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Program Chair Risa Robinson accepted the award at the Celebration of Teaching and Scholarship ceremony on May 5, 2015.

Congratulations to the following programs for being nominated by their colleges:

  • CIAS: BS Media Arts & Technology
  • COLA: BS and MS Criminal Justice
  • GCCIS: PhD Computing & Information Sciences
  • NTID: Design & Imaging Technology

Honorable mention went to the BS Media Arts & Technology program in CIAS who received the first Outstanding Progress for Student Learning Outcomes Award at the April 15 CIAS All Faculty Meeting.