University Assessment of Student Learning Committee

 

Established Spring 2002 to "...oversee the implementation and assessment of the University academic program assessment plan."

To carry out the charge of the University Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee (USLOAC), the Director of Assessment or designee represents Student Learning Outcomes Assessment matters as a voting member on the University Curriculum Committee and the University Program Review Panel. Additionally, the Director or designee serves as consultant as requested by other Committees, deans, faculty, and staff.

Representatives from USLOAC are engaged in campus-wide student learning outcomes assessment related activities such as University Curriculum Committee, Program Review Panel, General Education evaluation, in addition to serving on the USLOAC.

USLOAC has five elected Members plus the chair. Details of constitution of USLOAC are described in AAAP027-001 [PDF]. USLOAC regular meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of the month from 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. at WH D-442.

Please contact Tracey Haney at (310) 243-3299 or email thaney@csudh.edu for additional meeting information.

Rubrics USLOAC [PDF] uses to evaluate assessment reports.

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Current Membership (2017-18)

  • USLOAC Chair and Director of Assessment - Mark Carrier
  • UCC Chair or Designee - Enrique Ortega
  • Associated Students Incorporated - Carina Aguilar
  • Academic Senate Rep. (1 of 5) (Faculty Member) - Mohsen Beheshti, Department of Computer Science, College of Natural & Behavioral Sciences
  • Academic Senate Rep. (2 of 5) (Faculty Member) - Myron Sheu, Department of Information Systems & Operations Management, College of Business & Public Administration
  • Academic Senate Rep. (3 of 5) (Faculty Member) – Susan Einbinder, Department of Social Work, College of Health, Human Services & Nursing
  • Academic Senate Rep. (4 of 5) (Faculty Member) - Yesenia Fernandez, School Leadership Program, College of Education 
  • Academic Senate Rep. (5 of 5) (Faculty Member) – Ivonne Heinze-Balcazar , Department of Modern Languages, College of Arts & Humanities
  • Library - Carolyn Caffrey Gardner
  • Faculty Development Center Director - Kara Dellacioppa

Ex officio (non-voting) Members

  • Hamoud Salhi (Office of the Provost, Academic Affairs)
  • Ken O'Donnell (Office of the Provost, Academic Affairs)