April 23, 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm
Track(s): 
Track 1: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Track 3: Student Engagement and Persistence
Track 5: Accreditation and Student Success
Moderator: 
Sean Fitzpatrick
Assistant Professor
John F. Kennedy University
Empowering Faculty by Using an Inclusive Process to Develop a Faculty Excellence Rubric

Student academic success is partially linked to the quality and support services we have for faculty; however, how do we determine the quality of our faculty? Get the faculty involved in creating a Faculty Excellence Rubric through a transparent, inclusive process incorporating feedback from multiple sources, peer, student and self-evaluation.

Robertson Erskine
Vice President Academic Affairs- Curriculum and Instruction
Heald College
Jon Persavich
Sr. Vice President/ Chief Academic Officer
Heald College
Dale Spjute
Regional Director of Academic Affairs
Heald College
Bringing Assessment to the Law School Environment: How to Persuade the Reluctant Professor

Your mission, if you choose to accept it: wade into a hostile mob of law professors and persuade them to move from the sage-on-stage model to the guide-on-the-side model of law teaching. There is a tight deadline! Come and hear how two law schools did it.

Jenni Parrish
Associate Dean for Library Services and Educational Effectiveness
UC Hastings College of the Law
Stephen Underwood
Faculty Chair/Professor of Law
The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law