About the Webinar:
Student affairs staff are now expected to document their effectiveness and contribute to institutional goals, but many staff do not have the necessary assessment experience to do so.
Our latest webinar will go in-depth on the role of student affairs in assessment, from two experienced professionals in the field. Dr. Darby Roberts and Ms. Kelly Cox will discuss:
- Multiple methods for approaching the measurement and assessment of Student Affairs efforts
- Challenges in the assessment process and how to address them
- Collaborative opportunities between student affairs, faculty and assessment professionals
- Reporting practices to document results and impact
Join us for this insightful webinar to learn how you can improve documenting effectiveness in Student Affairs.
About our Guests:
Dr. Darby Roberts
Darby currently serves as the Director of Student Life Studies at Texas A&M University. Darby also teaches in the Student Affairs Administration and Higher Education master’s program. Her course, Assessment and Interventions in Student Affairs, prepares students to assess departments, programs, and student learning in the co-curricular.
Her professional involvement includes being past co-chair for NASPA’s Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Knowledge Community and co-editing Learning is Not a Sprint, a NASPA book published in June 2012. In 2016, she co-authored Student Affairs Assessment: Theory to Practice and contributed chapters to several other books. Darby frequently presents at national conferences and consults around the country.
Kelly is the Assistant Director of Student Life Studies at Texas A&M University. Kelly enjoys working with all departments in the Division of Student Affairs and a number of student organizations to help them with their assessment efforts.
Kelly focused many years of her early professional career working with first year students. Prior to coming to Texas A&M University, Kelly was the Director for Student Orientation and Leadership Development at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) and the Assistant Director for Orientation and First Year Students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).