The Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity’s Assessment & Research Unit works collaboratively with OMA&D programs, key campus units, and select faculty and administrators to plan and implement strategies for monitoring, assessing, and improving educational outcomes for underrepresented, low-income, first-generation and other underserved students.
This unit is also charged with ensuring that reliable, verifiable findings are obtained on a regular basis and that these findings, along with recommendations, are reported to key stakeholders.
The conceptual framework that guides this unit’s assessment strategies (described left) has been adapted from a publication titled “Achieving Equitable Educational Outcomes with All Students: The Institution’s Roles and Responsibilities” by Georgia L. Bauman, Leticia Tomas Bustillos, Estela Mara Bensimon, M. Christopher Brown II, and RoSusan D. Bartee (2005):
Postdoctoral Research Fellow 1999-2001, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education. Ph.D. Education 1999, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
M.S. Counseling 1995, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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