Andrew Payne

Andrew Payne

Dean and Professor of Architecture, Kennesaw State University

In January 2008, Dr. Andrew Payne was appointed Professor of Architecture at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), teaching graduate architecture design studios in the School of Building Arts’ department of Architecture. While at SCAD, Dr. Payne served as graduate coordinator and undergraduate coordinator. Dr. Payne joined the Department of Built Environment at Indiana State University in August 2013 as Chair and Associate Professor, where he taught Interior Architecture Design studios and design fundamentals. Dr. Payne has worked extensively with assessment and accreditation processes. Dr. Payne has recently been appointed as Dean of the College of Architecture and Construction Management at Kennesaw State University.

Developing an Assessment Concordance for Multiple Program Reviews

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Department-wide assessment of multiple programs with different accreditation requirements can be challenging and stimulating. Although many institutions organize departments/colleges with similar disciplines, it is unusual for the various levels of review (i.e., program, department, college, university and industry) to have the same output requirements. The instigation of this concordance stems from one department needing to […]