DECEMBER 13, 2022 @11 AM EST | Duration:1 Hour | Hosted By: The Peregrine Team
Assessments allow us to demonstrate that learners are meeting or progressing toward established learning objectives supported by instructional strategies. For this reason, assessments, learning objectives, and instructional strategies need to be closely aligned.
Join us on December 13th at 11 am ET as the Mount St. Joseph University team shares how they’ve developed and executed a synchronized and well-aligned course and program-level assessment plan. Also, they will share their approach to effectively engaging faculty in the process of data analysis and continuous improvement. Finally, the team will discuss how they have utilized the data from Peregrine’s assessments to support a quality improvement culture.
About the Panelists
Sharon Wagner, PhD is Professor and Dean of the School of Business at Mount St. Joseph University. With over 25 years of experience in higher education, she also has founded two consulting firms and led Workforce Analytics at Genentech/Roche. She earned her doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the School of Business at the University of Tennessee, and B.A. in Psychology and English from Michigan State University.
Cindy Veraldo, EdD is Assistant Dean of the School of Business and Associate Professor of Sport Management at Mount St. Joseph University. Cindy has over 20 years of experience in higher education, and co-founded a company focused on promoting success for student-athletes. She earned her doctorate in Urban Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati and her B.A. in Psychology and M.S. in Sport Studies from Miami University.
Charles Kroncke, PhD is Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Business Administration at Mount Saint Joseph University. Charles is a Fulbright Scholar and Honorary Consul for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, with over 25 years of experience in higher education and a record of scholarship related to economics in Estonia. Charles earned his Ph.D. and B.S. in Economics from Auburn University.