A selection of conference presentations, lecture and symposia from faculty and staff members of the Office of the Provost at University of the Pacific.

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Submissions from 2013

Standing for the moral primacy of the individual in society, Glen Rogers

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Tracking retention and graduation rates for transfer students, Glen Rogers and Kathleen Schwan Minik

Submissions from 2012

Continuing the conversation: Learning from each other through data sharing, Glen Rogers

Overcoming disgust in moral development, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 2011

Using Wabash results: Innovative institutions Learn from Each Other, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 2010

Consortia for mission-based learning outcomes: Comparing data, sharing best practices, P. Burkhardt, J. Herring, Kathleen O'Brien, and Glen Rogers

Learning from a consortium: How to optimize curriculum-wide student learning outcomes in two-year institutions, S. Ivengar and Glen Rogers

Using Wabash results: Innovative institutions learning from each other, Glen Rogers

Moral schema, ethnicity, and need to disentangle cognition, Glen Rogers and Kathleen Schwan Minik

Submissions from 2009

Potential for progress in assessment for student learning at two-year colleges, Glen Rogers, William H. Rickards, Marcia Mentkowski, and Glen Rogers

Submissions from 2008

Innovation and inquiry for student learning: Challenges and effective practices, Glen Rogers and E. Daugherty

Innovation and inquiry for student learning: Lessons learned from a consortium of two-year colleges, Glen Rogers, William H. Rickards, Marcia Mentkowski, Tim Riordan, Austin Doherty, D. Engelmann, and D. Saunders

Submissions from 2007

Examining student learning: Using curriculum-embedded assessment for program assessment, J. Abromeit, N. Lamers, and Glen Rogers

Measuring and understanding the sources of student gains in political engagement: The experience of Alverno College, R. Brooker and Glen Rogers

Learner-centered outcomes in student services areas, A. Mays, L. Qualia, Glen Rogers, and V. Wagner

Student learning portfolios and higher education curriculum evaluation, William H. Rickards and Glen Rogers

Learner-centered services for academic advising, Glen Rogers and C. Berry

Organizing assessment for learning, Glen Rogers and Stephen Sharkey

Using assessment to improve student learning, Glen Rogers and Stephen Sharkey

An unshakable focus on student learning: Integrating Co-curriculum learning outcomes, V. Wagner and Glen Rogers

Submissions from 2006

Next steps for community and technical colleges with identified student learning outcomes, Glen Rogers and William H. Rickards

Submissions from 2005

Learning-centered institutions at work: Case studies, Glen Rogers

Learning-Centered Institutions at Work: Case Studies, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 2004

Evaluating teacher preparation programs: Using historical perspectives on evaluation studies and curriculum development, William H. Rickards, Glen Rogers, and Kathy Lake

Get Reflective…LINKup Key Competencies, Glen Rogers

Validating curriculum-embedded assessments, Glen Rogers and J. Abromeit

Submissions from 2003

Learning from sustained evaluation inquiry: Approaches, reflections, and lessons from the evaluation of teacher education, William H. Rickards, Glen Rogers, and Kathy Lake

Collaborative inquiry in a community of practice: The Tao of assessment, Glen Rogers

Connecting Student, Program, and Institutional Assessment, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 2002

Re-committing to examined commitment, J. Reisetter Hart and Glen Rogers

Exploring connections among Perry-inspired theories of college student development, Glen Rogers

Faculty engagement in interpreting and using the NSSE, Glen Rogers

How are moral and ego development related?, Glen Rogers, J. Reisetter Hart, Kathleen Schwan Minik, and Marcia Mentkowski

Building a seamless learning institution to foster learning that lasts, Glen Rogers and V. Wagner

Submissions from 2001

Assessment of outcomes in the major: Majors through outcomes, B. Lambrecht, D. Leister, Georgine Loacker, T. Martin, and Glen Rogers

Ways of knowing about learning, Marcia Mentkowski, Glen Rogers, William H. Rickards, J. Reisetter Hart, and Kathleen Schwan Minik

Using Feedback to Improve Performance, Glen Rogers

Disentangling related domains of moral, cognitive, and ego development, Glen Rogers, Marcia Mentkowski, J. Reisetter Hart, and Kathleen Schwan Minik

Linking course, program, and institutional assessment: Building a community of inquiry, Glen Rogers and William H. Rickards

Submissions from 2000

Learning that lasts: Exploring the learning-to-teaching connection, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Feedback for Breakfast, Glen Rogers

Learning that lasts: An integrative and collaborative approach to fostering the development of character and leadership, Glen Rogers and V. Wagner

Submissions from 1999

Learning that lasts: Faculty and students integrating learning, development, and performance, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Learning that lasts: Faculty and students integrating learning, development, and performance, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Learning that lasts: Faculty and students integrating learning, development, and performance, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Learning that lasts: Faculty and students integrating learning, development, and performance, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Domains of growth and transformative cycles of learning, Glen Rogers

Learning through curriculum abilities: College learning at work, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1998

From ability factors to developing professionals, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1997

Integrating assessment and inquiry: Longitudinal studies of student perspectives on developing as learners, William H. Rickards, Glen Rogers, and Kathy Lake

Submissions from 1996

Connecting higher education to the new workplace: Curriculum abilities at work, Glen Rogers and Marcia Mentkowski

Establishing the validity of performance assessments that work: Frameworks for collaborative inquiry, J. Stanley, Glen Rogers, Z. Allen, and J. Schulte

Submissions from 1995

But you can't measure that: Setting collective standards for judging the quality of student work, T. Banta, P. Facione, Glen Rogers, and B. Walvoord

Integrating teaching, advising, and research tools: The Student as Learner Inventory as retention and learning intervention, B. Deutsch, Glen Rogers, C. Schall, T. Ben-Ur, D. Chomicka, and J. R. Frederick

Alverno alumnae abilities in the workplace, Glen Rogers

But you can't measure that: Setting Collective Standards for Judging the Quality of Student Work, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1994

Envisioning alumnae abilities, Glen Rogers, L. Kleinman, K. Wagner, and Kathleen Schwan Minik

Collegiate abilities at work: Collaboratively envisioning alumna performance in the curriculum, Glen Rogers, Marcia Mentkowski, and K. Wagner

Submissions from 1993

Using workplace feedback to assess educational programs, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Curriculum, performance assessment, and measurement issues, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1992

Alumnae abilities, learning, and development: What are we discovering from post-college outcomes studies?, Marcia Mentkowski, Glen Rogers, and D. Deemer

Relating effectiveness as alumnae to a college's curriculum, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1991

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Understanding abilities, learning and development through college outcome studies: What can we expect from higher education assessment?, Marcia Mentkowski, Glen Rogers, D. Deemer, T. Ben-Ur, Judith Reisetter Hart, William H. Rickards, and M. Talbott

Assessing college outcomes: Alumna and professional studies, Glen Rogers

Typical strategies for statistically analyzing inter- and intra-individual change through time in relation to the curriculum: How well are they working?, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1990

Faculty evaluating college curriculum outcomes, Glen Rogers

Student learning outcomes and critical thinking: A review of institutional assessment measures, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1989

Can past student performance inform current practice? Issues of generalizability in a longitudinal study of college outcomes, T. Ben-Ur, Glen Rogers, D. Deemer, and Marcia Mentkowski

Are we asking institutional effectiveness questions that improve student learning: An Alverno College perspective, Glen Rogers and Kathleen O'Brien

Submissions from 1988

Validating college outcomes with self-developed instruments: Issues in maximizing contextual validity, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1987

Changes in learning style preference across undergraduate education professional experience: A longitudinal study of nurse and business professionals, T. Ben-Ur, Glen Rogers, J. Reisetter, and Marcia Mentkowski

Evaluating college outcomes, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1986

Issues in maintaining the design of longitudinal studies over time, S. Mertens and Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1985

Evaluating college outcomes through alumnae studies: Measuring post-college learning and abilities, L. Giencke-Holl, Marcia Mentkowski, N. Much, S. Mertens, and Glen Rogers

Longitudinal assessment of critical thinking in college: What measures assess curricular impact?, Marcia Mentkowski and Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1983

Success is the greatest liar: Unit-formation and praise for a chance outcome to another, Glen Rogers

Submissions from 1976

Method innovations in jury research: Alternative juries and archival data, M. Nietzel, R. Dillehay, and Glen Rogers