PEARL Best Practices

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PEARL Best Practices

2008 - 2009 PEARL Cycle

Using a list of shared criteria (the PEARL rubric), the PEARL Peer Reviewers and the PEARL Steering Committee identified programs as having PEARL "best practices." Best practices are program assessment activities that go above and beyond the requirements of PEARL and represent significant achievements in program assessment. The list of 2008-2009 PEARL "best practices" are shown in the table below. Congratulations!

Best practices from previous years can be viewed by clicking on the links below and right.

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

Program
Program leader
Department chair
Best Practice area
Agronomy and Horticulture Dennis McCallister L. Mark Lagrimini

Assessment Method #3

Forensic Science David Carter Gary Brewer Assessment Method #1

 

College of Education and Human Sciences

Program

Program leader

Department chair

Best Practice area

Dietetics

Linda Young

Marilynn Schnepf

Holistic Plan #2
Holistic Plan #3

Special Education and Communication Disorders

Marilyn Scheffler

John Bernthal

Summary of Assessment Evidence/Results #1

 

College of Journalism and Mass Communications

Program

Program leader

Department chair

Best Practice area

Advertising

Bruce Mitchell

Amy Struthers

Summary of Assessment Evidence/Results #1

 

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