Office of Planning and Assessment
Tower House, rm. 105B
The Office of Planning and Assessment
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:
Questions? Contact us (VP, Planning & Assessment, Assessment Coordinator, Director of Institutional Research, and Staff)
On Monday, April 8, 2013, SOM held the Executive Council / Business Advisory Board Spring Workshop focusing on student learning outcomes assessment. This well-planned event involved all stakeholder including the SOM Executive Council and Advisory Board and industry partners, student representatives, and faculty, including BSBA core course leaders. The council and board members and industry partners each received small samples of student work – based on their areas of domain expertise – prior to the meeting for their review against a Master Syllabus and its stated course goals. They came prepared with questions and comments. ....read more
Assessment Committee Meeting, March 15, 2013
Attending: Francy Magee, Lisa Runco, Selene Loughlin, Jea Ahn, Satasha Green, Patricia Burlaud, Shifang Li, Fran Glazer, Olena Zhadko, John DiDomenico, Nada Anid, Roger Yu, Hattie Arnone
The (rescheduled) Assessment Committee met on March 15, 2013. Members reviewed and discussed outcomes from the January Assessment Day morning Leadership Session: (1) Deans’ worksheets summarizing the priority areas each program would focus on in order to improve its assessment processes and (2) Survey responses giving feedback on the session provided by attendees. They then worked on refining the format to be used by program chairs when reporting on the specific changes to assessment processes made this year in their programs (as well as reporting on their plans for 2013-2014).
Click here to find the revised reporting guide document.