ALO Workshop and Luncheon: The Accreditation Liaison Officer: Bridge, Channel, and Advocate
Ted Mitchell will address ALOs via live video link from Washington DC to reflect on the role of regional accreditation from the national perspective. This workshop focuses on the multiple critical roles of the ALO as the point of contact between WSCUC and the institution. It is an opportunity to refresh traditional expectations, introduce new ones, welcome new colleagues, and share successful practices. Since the ALO responds to expectations from both the institution and the agency, staying current is a critical necessity. A grab-and-go box lunch will be available upon entrance so the program can begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. It will conclude at 3:00.
Richard Winn, Senior Vice President, joined WSCUC in 2003 and, as a Vice President, retired briefly in August 2012. He assumed his present role in December 2012. Previously, he was the Assistant Dean for Curriculum at Western University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. He also held faculty and educational leadership roles at Pacific Union College and four other colleges and college systems. Richard holds the EdD degree in Educational Leadership from the University of La Verne. He served three terms as a Member, Board of Examiners, for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. His doctoral dissertation studied institutions that had employed the Baldrige education criteria as the basis for reaffirmation of their regional accreditation.