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Academic Affairs Assessment Council​​​

Established in 2008, the Academic Affairs Assessment Council serves as a guiding force to the Office of Assessment in institutional and student learning outcomes assessment. The Council is comprised of interested volunteers of faculty college representatives, librarians, staff, deans, and the chair and/or co-chair of the Core Curriculum Steering Committee.

2021-2022 AAAC Council Members ​

From the Office of Assessment
  • Dr. Ruth Slotnick - Director of Assessment, Chair
  • Joanna B​oeing - Assistant Director
From the Bartlett College of Science and Mathematics ​
  • Dr. Cielito "Tammy" King - Professor of Chemical Sciences
  • Dr. Martina Arndt - Interim Associate Dean
From the College of Education and Health Sciences
  • Dr. Patricia Emmons - Interim Associate Dean
  • Dr. Adam Brieske-Ulenski - Assistant Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education; Graduate Program Chair for Reading​
From the College of Graduate Studies ​
  • Dr. Elaine Bukowiecki - Chair of Counselor Education and Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education
  • Dr. Lisa Krissoff Boehm - Dean of the College of Graduate Studies
  • Dr. Wendy Haynes - Associate Dean
From the College of Humanities and Social Sciences ​
  • Dr. Michael DeValve - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
  • Dr. Donna Dragon - Associate Professor of Dance
  • Dr. Michael McClintock - Associate Dean
From the Ricciardi College of Business ​ ​ ​
  • Dr. Donna Abelli - Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance
  • Dr. Adriana Boveda - Assistant Professor of Management
  • Dr. Karen Hamilton – Associate Professor of Accounting and Finance
  • Dr. Derek Leuenberger - Associate Dean
  • Dr. Patricio Torres-Palacio - Assistant Professor of Management
From Maxwell Library
  • Pamela Hayes-Bohanan - Senior Librarian
From​ ​the Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice
  • Jill Beckwith - Director of Operations, Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice
From Undergraduate Studies ​
  • Dr. Rita Miller - Dean of Undergraduate Studies