Meeting the Continuing Challenge of Quantifying Academic Success-Are We There Yet?
Academicians are challenged on many levels of practice in their respective colleges; they are encouraged to contribute to their campus communities through excellence in teaching, research and service. Meeting these criteria also leads to a demand that the accomplishments transfer into publications and generalizable knowledge within their respective areas. Measuring the success of curricular improvements, academic programs and services requires continuing assessment and evaluation-learn about what one innovative program has done to meet this challenge.
Sandra Marquez-Hall, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Director, Reynolds Geriatric Education & Training in Texas (GET-IT) Program UNTHSC-Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Sandra Marquez-Hall holds a Bachelor's Degree in American Studies and a Master's in Education from California State Universities. She earned a PhD in Family & Consumer Sciences Education from Texas Tech University. She has 20+ years of experience in teaching and academic administration in higher education. Dr. Hall established the first assessment and planning office at Texas Tech and has extensive experience in strategic planning, assessment and student life research. Prior to joining UNTHSC she served as department chair and academic services director at the Art Institute of Dallas where she focused on coordination of curriculum, faculty development, academic and student support services. She has received awards for her leadership and service from professional associations at the state and national level.