Mini-Grant Recipients - Spring 2000

The Assessment Office would like to congratulate the following recipients of Assessment Mini-Grants for Spring 2000:

  • Phyllis E. Van Buren
    Foreign Languages and Literature, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, to assess reading competencies at the second year and its implications for the Spanish Program.
  • Kathy Uradnick and Patricia Bodelson
    Political Science , College of Social Sciences, to assess student learning based on the parameters designated by the unifying horizontal curricular concepts of power, institutions and culture with the vertical threads of cognitive mastery.
  • Paula Tompkins
    Speech Communication, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, to assess inter-relationships between General Education core courses.
  • Marcelyn Smale
    Music, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, to assess the graduate program in music.
  • Isolde Mueller
    Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, to assess reading skills in the four-year German Program.
  • Richard Lavallee, Tamara Leenay, Alison Johnson, Jack Mckenna
    Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering, to assess the first year chemistry curriculum offered by the Chemistry Department.
  • Marc Markell
    Special Education, College of Education, to assess multicultural competencies for the teacher preparation program.
  • Kurt Helgeson
    Environmental and Technology Studies, College of Science and Engineering, to assess learner outcomes in graduate studies for environmental and technology studies.
  • Christie Gordon
    English, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, to assess the Bachelor of Arts English Program.
  • Mary Edwards
    Economics, College of Social Sciences, to evaluate the determinants of success in the Principle of Economics classes.
  • Monica Devers
    Communication Disorders, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, to facilitate the development of real world clinical skills in communication disorder students.
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