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2014 WNY Assessment Consortium


The College at Brockport was proud to host the 4th Annual Western New York Enrollment Management/Student Affairs Assessment Consortium on Wednesday, May 28, 2014.  See below for more information.


  1. Connect Enrollment Management & Student Affairs professionals who are involved with the development and implementation of comprehensive assessment programs
  2. Share ideas, best practices, resources, lessons learned, etc. We hope to bring together other Enrollment Management/Student Affairs professionals who are highly involved with their assessment programs to share ideas, best practices and provide an opportunity to connect.

2014 Conference Schedule

9:00 am Check In:  Seymour College Union Lobby
9:30 am Welcome: Seymour College Union Ballroom West
9:45 am Keynote: Dr. Kimberly A. Kline, Chair and Associate Professor - Higher Education Administration Program at Buffalo State (SUNY).


11:00 am

Education Session Block I

12:00 pm Lunch


1:15 pm

Education Session Block II

  • Using the Association of American Colleges and Universities VALUE Rubrics to Assess Student Learning Outcomes for the Division of Student and Campus Life at SUNY Geneseo: An Introduction.  

    • Charles S. Matthews II "Chip", Director of Student Life, SUNY Geneseo
  • Re-inventing the Wheel: The Role of Technology in Assessment Today
    • Danny Ryan and Jenna Raliki, Assistant Directors of Campus Success, Campus Labs
  • Spring Transfer Students: What they need/want after transitioning to the 4-year school

    • Kim Harvey, Director of New Student Programs, SUNY Geneseo

    • Stephanie Haynes, Residence Director, SUNY Geneseo


1:15 pm

CampusLabs Coaching - Union Lounge

2:15 pm

2:30 pm

Telling Your Story Through Assessment  - Union Ballroom West

Campuses are riddled with data, but information at hand is only as good as the decisions made from it.  “Closing the loop” (i.e., using, reporting, and sharing results) is a great practice to get staff and student buy-in with the assessment process, improve assessment practices, and learn from one another. This presentation examines the theoretical strategies for “closing the loop,” including traditional and informal methods of using, reporting, and representing data. Several campus examples of reporting and sharing results with students, staff, and administrators will be highlighted.

Daniel Kaczmarek, Assistant Director of Campus Success, Campus Labs

3:30 pm Closing: Seymour College Union Ballroom West


Other Information

Questions or concerns may be directed to Matt Barone at

Last Updated 6/4/14