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Beginning spring 2019, Educational Effectiveness, under advisement from university faculty and staff, will be leading an effort to coalesce around a common collective identity across our four schools, Student Affairs, and the Library. This includes describing, promoting, and tracking the hallmarks of a Woodbury University graduate.
We will answer the questions, “Who are we?” and “How do we know that?” We will talk with students, alumni, faculty, program chairs, staff, leadership, the BOT, and selected external partners about how WU “transforms students into innovative professionals who will contribute responsibly to the global community.”
What we learn as a result of this project will inform our internal processes and practices and the public. Our goals for the project are:
We will initiate a system/process for tracking the university’s performance as it relates to the hallmarks of WU graduates.
The Advisory Council to this project comprises a member from:
If you have questions or are interested in participating on the Advisory Council, please contact Elizabeth Trebow (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of Assessment & Educational Effectiveness.