Data-Sharing & Assessment Showcase Event Series

Data-Sharing & Assessment Showcase Event SeriesEvent Series | October - December 2018

The Data-Sharing & Assessment Showcase Event Series has been designed to help foster an ongoing and enhanced culture of using data to inform decisions. The event series includes a range of activities including (but not limited to):  dissemination and discussion of University survey results (e.g, National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), Sustainability, Campus Climate), assessment spotlight/highlights from both curricular and co-curricular programs, training opportunities for the use of institutional dashboards, General Education Academic Program Review discussion, and an update on the work of the Core Competencies and College Assessment Faculty Learning Communities.

Sessions


Use of Induced Course Load Matrix (ICLM) In Enrollment ManagemenImage of presentert
Monday, October 22, 2018, 1:00 P.M., South Dining
The ICLM is a tool designed to assist those involved in managing programs. It is a multi-dimensional projection model that provides detailed forecasts of FTES targets by academic department, and is helpful in assessing the change in demand for FTES from specific departments based on the expected change in majors across the campus.

Presenters:
Gitanjali Kaul, VP for Strategic Planning, Enrollment Management, and Innovation
Jovonte Willis, Director of Institutional Research

Materials:

Institutional Dashboards


National Survey of Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) & Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) and Noel-Levitz Student Persistence and Analysis Report

Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 12:30 P.M., South Dining
An overview of survey results will be provided with opportunity for discussion. These surveys provide insight into student study habits and non-academic responsibilities, as well as faculty perceptions of the same. In addition, the results presented here will highlight 6 risk factors of Stanislaus State students that are associated with reduced retention.

Presenters:
Stuart Wooley, Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Harold Stanislaw, WASC Steering Committee Co-Chair

Materials:

NSSE/FSSE Reports- Historical


Strategic Plan Implementation Process

Friday, November 2, 2018, 11:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M., DBH 166 (P-166) 
Overview of the progress within the six divisions, and overall institutional progress.

Presenters:
Gitanjali Kaul, Vice President for Strategic Planning, Enrollment Management, and Innovation
Kim Greer, Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs
Darrell Haydon, Vice President for Business and Finance
Michele Lahti, Vice President for University Advancement
Julie Johnson, Senior Associate Vice President for Human Resources, Equal Opportunity & Compliance
Paz Oliverez, Interim Vice President for Student Affairs

Materials: 
Strategic Planning: Tracking Year 1 (2017-18).pdf


Institutional DashboardsStudents exit the campus library.

  • Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M., MSR 333
  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., FDC 103
  • Thursday, November 8, 2018, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M., MSR 333

These are meant to be “hands-on” sessions, so please bring a laptop so we can explore the dashboards together! We hope that this data source will be very useful in the completion of your annual reports and Academic Program Review.  Due to limited seating in the lab/training rooms, we ask that you RSVP if you plan to attend one of the sessions. Prior to the training: If you do not already have access to the Data Warehouse, please complete a security request form. The workshops may not be as useful if you are unable to access the Dashboards If you want to check on your access, you can attempt to access the Dashboards.

Presenters:
Jovonte Willis, Director, Institutional Research
Stuart Wooley, Faculty Director of General Education and Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Erin Littlepage, Assessment Specialist

Materials: 
Institutional Dashboards Presentation.pdf


Students exit the campus library.General Education Academic Program Review
Monday, November 26, 2018, 2:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M., South Dining
General Education makes up about 40% of each student’s major and is a crucial component of a liberal education that spans all colleges and nearly every program. Results from data collected on GE Enrollments, faculty teaching in GE courses, and trends in GE areas from data collected between 2008-2017 will be presented. Much of the information can also be found in the General Education Academic Program Review.

Presenters:
Stuart Wooley, Faculty Director of General Education and Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Betsy Eudey, Gender Studies, Faculty Fellow for Advising and Learning Cohorts
Heather Deaner, Kinesiology

Materials: 
GE Data Sharing Presentation.pdf 


Core Competencies Showcase
Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M., MSR 130
Stanislaus State has established six core competencies aligned with our Institutional Learning Goals: Oral Communication, Written Communication, Critical Thinking, Information Literacy, Quantitative Reasoning, and Civic Engagement. Stanislaus State has dedicated six faculty learning communities (FLCs) to develop strategies for the assessment of these six competencies at or near graduation and to support the introduction and development of the competencies throughout the curriculum. For this presentation, FLC leads will provide an overview of work-to-date and discuss next steps. There will be time for Q&A allotted. 

Presenters:
FLC Leads:
Anita Pedersen-Pennock - Creative and Analytical Problem-Solving
Brett Ashmun - Civic Engagement
Christopher Claus - Oral Communication
Matthew Moberly - Written Communication
Mark Thompson - Information Literacy
Thomas Carter - Quantitative Reasoning

FLC Support Team:
Erin Littlepage - Core Competencies FLC Workgroup Co-Lead
Mark Thompson - Core Competencies FLC Workgroup Co-Lead
Harold Stanislaw - WASC Self-Study Co-Chair
Stuart Wooley - Faculty Fellow for Assessment

Materials: 
Core Competencies Presentation.pdf


Distance Education: A Self-Study
Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 2:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M., FDC 103
Several programs utilize distance education components to reach more students or make the programs more convenient for their students. We will be presenting results from data collected over the last 5 years on Distance Education enrollment trends, retention and graduation rates among other results. The sneak preview is that students in distance learning courses/programs perform roughly similarly to those in face-to-face learning programs.

Presenters:
Stuart Wooley, Faculty Director of General Education and Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Mary Jo Stanley, Nursing
Katie Olivant, Liberal Studies

Materials: 
Distance Education Data-Sharing Presentation


Program Level Assessment Stories
Monday, December 3, 2018, 10:00-11:00 A.M., South Dining
Academic and co-curricular programs sharing experiences of how meaningful and useful their recent Academic Program Review, Support Unit Review, or Co-Curricular CAS program self-studies were for their respective programs, with highlights of meaningful findings and how those findings informed practice.

Presenters:
Ellen Bell, Department Chair, Anthropology, Geography, and Ethnic Studies
Jennifer Humphreys, Director, Housing & Residential Life
Heather Pearson Villeda, Associate Director of Housing & Residential Life
Jessica Bettencourt-Wojciechowski, Advisor, Housing & Residential Life

Materials:

Assessment Story: Elevate.pdf


Stockton Center: A Self-StudyStudents exit the campus library.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018, 12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M., South Dining
The Stockton Center: A Self-Study event highlights the findings from a comprehensive self-study of the Stockton Center completed in summer 2018.

Presenters:
Stuart Wooley, Faculty Fellow for Assessment
Faimous Harrison, Dean, Stockton Center

Materials:

Stockton Center Enrollment Trends.pdf


Campus Sustainability Survey Students exit the campus library.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018, 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M., South Dining                                                     Rescheduled from Monday, November 19, 2018 due to campus closure.

The Committee for Sustainable Futures will be discussing its work since its creation in Fall 2017. The committee consists of faculty, staff, administration, and student representatives from ASI and USU, and our mission is to increase sustainability efforts and visibility on the Stan State campus. We address sustainability broadly, including its environmental, social, and economic dimensions. At this presentation, we will provide details of both our Student Sustainability Survey and our Administration, Faculty, and Staff Sustainability Survey, which were designed to gauge campus attitudes and knowledge about sustainability at Stan State.

Presenters:
Committee for Sustainable Futures
Darrell Haydon, VP/CFO Business and Finance
Julia Reynoso, Director - Facilities, Planning & Finance
​Wendy Olmstead, Manager of Sustainability and Commercial Services
Austin Avwunudiogba, Faculty, Geography
Phil Garone, Faculty, History
Alison McNally, Faculty, Geography
Tony Perrello, Faculty, English
USU Representative, German Silva (S18)
ASI Representative, ASI Director of Environment

Materials

Campus Sustainability.pdf


Campus Climate Surveys (Employee & Student)
Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 2:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M., South Dining
During the Campus Climate Surveys presentation, Stanislaus State employees and students will receive an overview of the results of the Stanislaus State Campus Climate Survey conducted in early spring 2018. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. 

Presenters:
Julie Johnson, Senior Vice President for Human Resources, Euqal Opportunity, and Compliance
Neisha Rhodes, Director for Presidential Initiatives
Jason Myers, Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs
Shradha Tribrewal, Director for the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Materials: 
Climate Survey Data Sharing.pdf 


Course Demand Analysis
Friday, December 7, 2018, 3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M., South Dining
At the Course Demand Analysis event the four academic deans from the colleges of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), Business Administration (CBA), Education, Kinesiology and Social Work (COEKSW), and Science (COS) will share how course demand analysis is utilized in planning. 

Presenters:
James Tuedio, Dean, College of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Tomas Gomez-Arias, Dean, College of Business Administration
David Evans, Dean, College of Science
Oddmund Myhre, Dean, College of Education, Kinesiology, and Social Work


Retaining Sophomores Part II 
Monday, December 10, 2018, 4:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., South Dining
Sophomore Success Part II focuses on a follow-up study to the spring 2016 Retaining Sophomores Research Report.

Presenter:
Gerard Wellman

Materials:

Retaining Sophomore Part II.pdf