Office of Planning and Assessment
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The Office of Planning and Assessment at NYIT is charged with maintaining and strengthening the links between assessment, planning and decision-making at the university. To fulfill this charge, the office oversees the implementation NYIT 2030, the institution’s strategic plan, as well as its Institutional Assessment Plan. This site is created to document and keep track of the assessment, planning and decision-making process for the NYIT community. Please find related information through the links below:
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(VP, Planning & Assessment, Assessment Coordinator, Director of Institutional Research, and Staff)
Assessment Committee - Meeting Minutes
December 4, 2014
Attending: Bill Palmore, Dan Quigley, David Cirella, Eleni Nikitopoulos, Frank Murk, Jason Van Nest, Jea Ahn, Hattie Arnone, Lisa Sparacino, Mathew Ford, Niharika Nath, Olena Zhadko, Paolo Gasti, Patricia Burlaud, Ranja Roy, Shifang Li, Steve Billis, Stan Silverman, Veneta Sotiropoulos
1. The committee reviewed and discussed members’ recommendations for improving assessment at NYIT. They agreed to propose the following (and amend the Annual Report to reflect these additions):Read more
The 2014-2015 academic year’s first assessment committee meeting was held as scheduled on October 16th, 2014.
Assessment Committee Minutes: February 27, 2014
Attending: Veneta Sotiropoulos, Youjeong Kim, Frank Mruk, Jason Van Nest, David Cirella, Paolo Gasti, Fran Glazer, Nick Bloom, Olena Zhadko, Hattie Arnone, Pat Chute, Patty Wongpakdu, Patricia Burlaud, Mike Uttendorfer, Tobi Abramson, Emily Restivo, Jea Ahn, Francy Magee, Shifang Li, Zehra Ahmed, Gioia Ciani, Dan Quigley, Babak Beheshti, Selene Loughlin.
In its role as working group on Standard 14 (Student Learning Outcomes Assessment) for NYIT’s Periodic Review Report, the committee was asked by the PRR Steering Committee to review and offer comments on the relevant section of the PRR draft document.
The overall organization of the document was discussed and, one section at a time, committee members contributed suggestions: