NILOA Event Calendar
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The honoree’s work should address important and substantial issues, and have had a significant or transformative effect on higher education and student affairs practice in a national or international context. Questions regarding the awards process can be directed to: Nathan Victoria, Senior Director, Recruitment, Engagement, and Volunteerism (REV)firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goal of the proposed workshop will be to examine how assessment, evaluation and accreditation have allowed innovation in STEM education to develop, persist and/or perish. Dr. Gianina Baker, NILOA Assistant Director, will deliver the opening keynote.
The New England Educational Assessment Network organizes this annual conference for presenters to discuss their research and assessment projects with colleagues from across the region.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Supporting Staff to Meet Increasing Challenges in Higher and Further Education.”
This session explores the fear-of-failure that is part of higher education and develop action plans to overcome this so that we find the opportunities to improve and transform. Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg is Dean for the School of Sciences, Mathematics, and Education at Marymount University, will be the presenter.