Save the date: Simplifying Systematic Assessment for Carnegie and Beyond
Posted by Pennsylvania Campus Compact on July 31, 2017
Measuring Up: Simplifying Systematic Assessment for Carnegie and Beyond
with Heather Mack
The Campus Compacts of Pennsylvania and New York are collaborating to offer their member institutions an exclusive opportunity to learn about Systematic Assessment and how to weave it throughout your community engagement programs. Even if you will not be applying for Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, these workshops will offer new and enlightened ways of thinking about assessment in the programs that you run every day. Heather Mack, an expert in assessment and the Carnegie Community Classification application process, will lead each of these workshops.
Heather will also offer follow-up webinars 6 weeks after each regional workshop, exclusively for Campus Compact members who attended one of the regional workshops.
In addition, NYCC and PACC members will be eligible to participate in Heather’s other online support for a discount of 40% of any package of resources she offers.
Plan to attend one of our workshops:
September 22- Assessment 101
Webinar resource to prepare you to take full advantage of the Measuring Up workshop; offered to all workshop registrants
October 4- Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
October 6- St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA
October 16- St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY
October 18- University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (co-sponsored by University of Pittsburgh)
October 20- King’s College, Wilkes Barre, PA
Fee: $40.00 per person
Registration opening soon!
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