Every year the university offers grants to faculty to develop some part of assessment in their department. The award winners are known as "assessment fellows" and meet monthly to discuss their projects and assessment issues. At the end of the academic year, they are asked to present their project to the public. Some years the presentations are in poster form.

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Submissions from 2015

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Goal Attainment Scaling: An Interprofessional Assessment of Student Learning, Ann M. Chapleau, Jennifer Harrison, Kathryn Hillenbrand, Edward Roth, and Kimberly Searing

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Using LASSI to Assess Peer Academic Success Coaching, Katie Easley

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Effect of Information Literacy Instruction on Students in the Revamped PHYS 3100 Course, Carrie C. Leatherman and Christopher Hoffmann

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Investigation of a Career Exploration Course's Impact on Student Career Development, Mark St. Martin, Adam Osborne, Shaakira Jones, and Michael Bobbitt

Submissions from 2007

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ETS Major Field Test in Business, Robert Balik and Judy Swisher

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The Sales & Business Marketing Program: Should Anyone Buy What We Are Selling?, James Eckert and Steve Newell

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Developing Social Work’s Self-efficacy Model of Student Assessment, Yvonne Unrau and Melinda McCormick

Submissions from 2004

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2003 University Assessment Fellows Public Seminar, Office of the Provost