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Sarah Toevs Collaborates with Boise State Faculty and Staff to Support Learning Outcome Achievements in Foundational Studies Classes

Sarah Toevs Portrait

Sarah Toevs, professor in the Department of Community and Environmental Health and director of the Center for the Study of Aging, along with Shari Ellertson, director of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Kristen Mitchell, associate professor of biological sciences, and Carrie Seymour, lecturer in English, attended the 2015 Assessment Institute in Indiana at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis.

The Assessment Institute is the nation’s oldest and largest event focused exclusively on outcomes assessment in higher education.

The team of faculty and staff will be applying the insights they gained to Boise State’s ongoing efforts to support university learning outcome achievements in Foundational Studies classes as well as program learning outcomes in academic majors.

Travel for the team was supported by Institutional Effectiveness and Foundational Studies.