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Academic Assessment Liaisons

Each of the 36 academic departments is entitled to an assessment liaison.  The responsibilities of the academic assessment liaisons are:

  • In cooperation with the Academic Department Chair and Dean, to coordinate a departmental or program assessment plan(s).
  • To coordinate with the designated CIE Fellow of The Center for Institutional Effectiveness (CIE) on the implementation of the assessment plan(s).
  • To participate in assessment workshops sponsored the CIE and Faculty Development.
  • To assist the department in completing the relevant assessment documentation. Academic assessment liaisons are offered compensation for carrying out these responsibilities.  This compensation is described in the Assessment Liaison Administrative Assignment Form PDF.

The Academic Assessment Liaisons for the 2015-2016 academic year are:

  • Afsheen Akbar, Developmental Math
  • Amy Ceconi, Respiratory Therapy
  • Anita Verno, Medical Informatics
  • April Adams, ALP Speech
  • Arthur Tolve, Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality
  • Benicia D'Sa, Education - CDC
  • Betty Romano, Radiography
  • Bill Madden, Information Technology
  • Carol Chovanec, Radiation Therapy
  • Cesarins Vinas, World Languages
  • Dawn Kozlowski, Nursing
  • Denise Arzoomanian, Paramedic Science
  • Ethan Greenbaum, Visual Arts
  • Geralyn Collins-Eisler, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • Harriet Terodemos, Veterinary Technology
  • Jane Phelps, Communications
  • Joan Dalrymple, Library
  • Joanna Campbell, Dental Hygiene
  • Kathy Pignatelli, Wellness Exercise Science
  • Lawrence Joel, Legal and Related Studies
  • Leigh Jonaitis, English Basic Skills
  • Lenore Lerer, Mathematics - College Level
  • Mary Chmielewski, Surgical Technology
  • Mary Flannery, Biology and Horticulture
  • Marie McCrary, Physical Science
  • Matt King, Industrial Design and Engineering Technology
  • Mi Na Ahn, Social Sciences
  • Pierre Laguerre, Business, Accounting and Finance
  • Robert Freud, American Language Program
  • Sarah Shurts, History and Geography
  • Seamus Gibbons, Composition/Literature
  • Shyamal Tiwari, Performing Arts
  • Steven Toth, Medical Office Assistant
  • Tobyn DeMarco, Philosophy and Religion
  • Victor Conversano, Criminal Justice
  • Yun David Wang, Computer Science