Who We Are
Who We Are
 
Profile of Assessment SIG Members
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The Measurement and Assessment in Higher Education SIG consists of members with interests in higher education assessment.  

Our membership is composed of students, administrators (directors, deans and coordinators), faculty members, post docs and fellows. While the majority of our members are located in schools and universities, a number of members work outside of universities, in such as places as ETS and accreditation councils. Most of our members work in public institutions. 

Our membership spans five continents: North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

 
 
SIG Officers
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Chair

David E. Allen, Ph.D.
Director of Institutional Effectiveness
Texas Christian University 
Fort Worth, TX 76129
Email: d.e.allen@tcu.edu 

  

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 Program Chair

Angelo J. Letizia, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Education
Notre Dame of Maryland University
Email: aletizia@ndm.edu 

 

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Secretary/Treasurer

Christa E. Winkler, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Higher Education Leadership
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS 39759
email: cwinkler@colled.msstate.edu 

 

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Communications Coordinator

Ryan P. Fisher, M.Ed. 
Accreditation & Assessment Administrator
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
New York University
Email: rf91@nyu.edu

 

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 officer ex officio

natasha jankowski, ph.d.
director, national institute for learning outcomes assessment (niloa)
research assistant professor; education policy, organization and leadership (epol)
university of illinois urbana-champaign
email: njankow2@illinois.edu

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Committees
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If you are interested in being considered for the award committee, please contact the chair, Ruth C. Slotnick, Ph.D. at ruth.slotnick@bridgew.edu

 
 
Structure & Governance
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Bylaws

A. Statement of Purpose.
The Measurement and Assessment in Higher Education SIG is founded to promote quality measurement services that improve decision making about students and educational programs. The purposes of the interest group shall include

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