Celebration of Assessment Day

On November 8, 2018, the University of San Francisco held its first Celebration of Assessment Day, an event to commemorate all of the good assessment work that is being done throughout the institution. The program included a series of talks by faculty and staff from all schools, academic and co-curricular units, to discuss their assessment successes and challenges. Below, you will find resources for the topics of discussion.


  • Using Student Success Surveys to Develop a More Authentic Process and Better Understand Our Students - Sara Solloway, Kevin A. McLemore, and Calypso Fugit (video)
  • Assessment 101 with College of Arts & Sciences Faculty - Mark Meritt (video)
  • Engaging Adjunct Faculty in Assessment - Shawn Doubiago (video)
  • Assessment of Enduring Outcomes for Alumni of McCarthy Center Public Service Programs - David Donahue, Star Plaxton-Moore, and Angeline Vuong (video)
  • Assessment of the Core Curriculum - Tracy Benning (video)
  • Assessment of the Core Graduation Competencies Project: Processes, Results, and Next Steps - Deborah Panter, Kevin A. McLemore, and Jacquelyn Horton (video)
  • Assessment in the Schools and Student Life: Successes to Date, Lessons Learned, and Plans for Next Steps (video)
    • College of Arts and Sciences: Suparna Chakraborty
    • School of Education: Laura Hannemann
    • School of Management: Linda Henderson and Tatiana Fedyk
    • School of Nursing and Health Professions: Scott Ziehm and Mary Donnelly
    • Student Life: Golden Venters