Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Angelo State University

The product of the QEP development process is a plan. Dr. Carter will begin by presenting a brief overview of CONNECT! Campus and Community: ASU's Plan to Enhance Student Learning through Community Engagement and how it aligns with the new Texas Core Curriculum, Texas Tech University System Priorities, ASU's Mission, and ASU's Student Learning Goals. He will then focus on the multi-year process used to develop this plan, with an emphasis on: 1) the various assessment tools and strategies used during the development process, 2) the QEP program-level assessment plan, and 2) the QEP student-level assessment plan.


Gary S. Elbow

Doyle Carter, Ed.D

Professor of Kinesiology and Director of Community Engagement/QEP
Angelo State University

During his 30-year career, Dr. Carter has served as a public school teacher, professor, department chair, dean, and vice president for academic affairs. He has served on the boards, councils, and committees for several civic and professional organizations. He has made numerous presentations at the local, state, and national levels. In 2006, he returned to ASU, his alma mater. In 2010, he began leading the process of developing ASU's first Quality Enhancement Plan.