Institutional Research & Effectiveness

 

Achieving the Allen College Mission and Vision requires evolving assessment of institutional effectiveness. Assessment of institutional effectiveness is directed by the Allen College Coordinator of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (CIRE), who has the following responsibilities and duties:

  1. Provide leadership for and management of a program of institutional research and effectiveness.
  2. Plan, implement, and provide oversight for all areas of institutional research, including the generation of institutional data for internal and external constituencies.
  3. Oversee the collection, analysis and distribution of data relevant for planning, decision-making, and policy formation.
  4. Provide data support for assessment of student learning and program review.
  5. Provide data support for grant submissions.
  6. Conduct institutional research to demonstrate the College’s effectiveness in carrying out its mission and achieving its goals and strategic initiatives.
  7. Consult and assist College personnel in design, execution, interpretation and reporting of findings of institutional research studies.

Essential to the assessment of institutional effectiveness at Allen College is the Allen College Assessment Plan (CAP). The CAP is a data repository and a systematic plan for evaluating Allen College Goals, administrative outcomes, program goals, and student learning. Administration of the CAP is directed by the CAP Standard Operating Procedure. The CAP results in annual reports demonstrating the achievement of assessment benchmarks and plans for program and institutional change deemed necessary to ensure that College Goals are met and that institutional effectiveness is achieved.

College Assessment Plan (CAP) Reports

      2010-2011 CAP Report

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Contact Information:

Lisa D. Brodersen, Ed.D, RN
Professor
Coordinator of Institutional Research and Effectiveness 
319-226-2034
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