Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee
Standing Bylaw Committee of the School of Arts and Sciences
Term: Five (5) years
|Name and Link to|
|Bauer, Nancy||Professor, Philosophy||2023-2024|
|Beardsley, Linda||Distinguished Senior Lecturer, Education||2022-2025|
|Fyler, John||Professor, English||2023-2024|
|Goldman, Laurie||Senior Lecturer, Urban & Environmental Policy & Planning||2020-2025|
|Okoudjou, Kasso||Professor, Mathematics||2023-2028|
|Olfert, Christiana||Associate Professor, Philosophy||(2019-2024)|
|Pamuk Turner, Diren *||Senior Lecturer, Chemistry||2020-2025|
|Takayoshi, Ichiro||Associate Professor, English||2021-2026|
|Ferguson, Jennifer||Head of User Experience & Student Success, Tisch Library|
|Cardamone, Carie||Associate Director, Center for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT)|
|Hatch, Rebecca||Associate Director, Institutional Research|
|Herchel, Sarah+||Associate Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences|
|McGreal, Kathleen+||Senior Research Analyst, Institutional Research|
|Casey, Caitlin+||Associate Dean, Undergraduate Advising|
|Thomas, Sam+||Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Arts and Sciences|
The function of the Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee (LOAC) is to review the annual department and program assessments of learning in all undergraduate majors, as well as to oversee direct and indirect assessment of undergraduate general education requirements.
Visit the School of Arts and Sciences Bylaws for more information regarding this committee's bylaws.
View this committee's most recent annual report.
View this committee's workload obligations.
*To make changes to your department's Learning Objectives, you may write the Secretary of the Faculty to request a word version of the above document. The Secretary of the Faculty will request LOAC's review and approval of any and all proposed changes.