Associate Dean for Assurance of Learning and Assessment, College of Business and Technology, East Tennessee State University
Karen is the Associate Dean for Assurance of Learning, Assessment and International Programs for the College of Business and Technology at East Tennessee State University. In this capacity, she coordinates the assessment of student learning outcomes across seven diverse departments (i.e., Accountancy; Economics and Finance; Management and Marketing; Computing; Military Science; and Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Surveying; and Digital Media) and multiple accrediting bodies (i.e., SACS, AACSB, ABET, NASAD, CIDA). Karen is a facilitator for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business has authored materials for its Assurance of Learning I and II Seminars. She has published and given multiple presentations on assessment-related topics and, likewise, has helped many schools develop, implement, and refine their assessment systems.
Is your assessment process too complicated? Do faculty complain that assessment takes too much time and effort? Do you generate more data than you can handle or fail to use the data to drive meaningful student improvement? Do you know you have room for improvement in your system but are not sure about where or […]