Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at Online Event Via Go To Webinar
Starts at 2:00 PM · Ends at 3:00 PM, EST (America/New_York)
Obtaining actionable insights and then making sense of the assessment data are two of the biggest hurdles in program assessment. Have we set ourselves up for success with the assessment and administration of the surveys? How do we know when results are outstanding or concerning? What if the results are below average? What should our target performance be? In this webinar, Jamie Mantooth from Universiy of Tennessee - Martin will share tips for successful administration and analysis of program assessments, explore what benchmarking is, why campuses would use benchmarking, as well as the value in different categories of benchmarking. Participants will learn practical strategies for making the most of their program assessments to empower continuous improvement.
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- Jamie Mantooth
Executive Director of Enrollment Services & Student Engagement at The University of Tennessee, MartinJamie Mantooth currently serves the University of TN at Martin as the Executive Director of Enrollment Services & Student Engagement. In this role, he oversees Academic Records, Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid & Scholarships, First Year Initiative, and the Student Success Center. Throughout his eighteen years in higher education, he has worked in a variety of Student Affairs and Student Success areas including Fraternity & Sorority Life, Orientation, Parent & Family Programs, Programming Board, Student Activities, Student Government, and Student Leadership Programs. His wife, Katie, is also employed by UT Martin as the Assistant Director of Career Planning & Development. They have been married 17 years and have three children. Family time, kids’ activities, work, reading, and training for his first marathon all keep life interesting and entertaining!
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