Walsh

Assessment Committee

Mission 

The mission of the Assessment Committee is to mentor faculty and facilitate improvements to the assessment of our Student Learning Outcomes. The committee is comprised of full-time and adjunct faculty members, along with administrative staff as required. 

The committee meets on a recurring schedule to accomplish its tasks and coordinates with the Curriculum Committee to insure optimal assessment outcomes. The committee routinely reports its activities to the Faculty Senate. 

The responsibilities of the committee are as follows:

  • Review and recommend changes to the outcomes assessment plan, learning outcomes, and selected instruments.
  • Discuss and share assessment strategies toward establishing best practices.
  • Review, analyze, and make recommendations regarding assessment data related to learning outcomes.
  • Provide recommendations and develop action plans to improve teaching and student learning.
  • Determine appropriateness of institutional instruments designed to assess student learning.


Committee Members
  • Committee Chair - Jenny Tatsak, Ph.D., Chair and Professor, Communication
  • Lucy Benham, Clinical Professor, Business Law Taxation
  • John Black, CPA, CMA, CIA, Chair and Professor, Accounting
  • David Dieterle, Ph.D., Professor, Finance & Economics
  • Laura Frost, D.M., Professor, Management
  • Maria Gistinger, CPA, Ph.D., Professor, Management
  • Jill Peplinski, Clinical Assistant Professor, Communication
  • Thomas Petz, Assistant Professor, Information Technology and Cybersecurity
  • Karen Ponton, Coordinator, Online Course Quality
  • Bethany Rodgers, Coordinator, Student Outcomes Assessment
  • Drew Smith, Director, Online Learning
  • Gregory Todd, CMA, Associate Professor, Finance & Economics
  • Stephanie Wheeler, Executive Assistant to the President


Contact Us

For more information about student learning outcomes assessment please contact Bethany Rodgers, Coordinator, Student Outcomes Assessment at 248-823-1395 or bconnop@walshcollege.edu