Institutional Assessment

State Assessment Meeting
June 2016

Featured Speakers

 

Opening Keynote Address:

Elevating and Understanding Ethical Reasoning Skills through Undergraduate Research Activities: What We are Learning when We Assess

Dr. Julio Turrens

Dr. Julio Turrens

The Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR)

http://www.cur.org/about_cur/

 
   

 

 

Plenary Session:

Applying Insights about Behavior to Improve Student Performance: An Evidence Based Approach

Josh Martin

Josh Martin

ideas42

http://www.ideas42.org/about-us/

Josh Martin is a Vice President at ideas42, currently responsible for managing behavioral economics intervention projects in the fields of financial aid reform and international cash transfer programs. Prior to joining ideas42, Josh was a policy advisor in Côte d’Ivoire’s Ministry of Planning and Development, having previously held posts at Cordoba Initiative and Princeton University’s Empirical Studies of Conflict program in addition to consulting roles at the World Bank, USAID, the National Democratic Institute, and others. With an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Josh’s policy research has included works on microfinance, conflict dynamics and governance in developing countries. Josh speaks fluent Arabic and French, and barely enough Farsi to order his favorite kebabs.

   

Dani Grodsky

Dani Grodsky

ideas42

http://www.ideas42.org/about-us/

Dani Grodsky is an Associate at Ideas42. Currently, her focus is on improving student outcomes throughout postsecondary education by applying a behavioral lens. She recently graduated from Brown University, where she majored in Cognitive Neuroscience with a smaller focus on Economics. She also has experience in science communication and event planning, writing for the Brown Medical School magazine and TED.com, and helping to organize the annual TEDxProvidence conference. Her quirkiest job was working at a bridal shop featured on reality television, and if she had an alter ego she would be a makeup artist for runway shows.

   

Plenary Session:

Show, Don’t Tell: Ways to Work with Interactive Learning Assessment Data in Tableau (Using CCSSE Results, Course Evaluation Data, and More)

Derek Noce

Derek Noce

DataBrains

databrains.com

Derek leverages his decades of business and market intelligence experience to define and deliver actionable analytics programs. As our Tableau practice director, Derek provides thought leadership and structure to our team, our clients, and, via the user groups he facilitates, Florida’s Tableau community. After many years of insightful retail/consumer sector analysis for institutional investment firms, Derek honed an efficient, results-focused approach. He has incorporated Tableau into his capabilities and is dedicated to enabling our clients to make better decisions with their data and visualizations. Derek has worked with a wide variety of clients, including a major investment management firm, a real estate investment trust, a regional airline, a leading travel services provider, a consumer goods company, a restaurant technology company, a state university, and a major real estate development.

 

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Michael Docteroff

Michael Docteroff

DataBrains

databrains.com

Michael brings over 27 years of experience as Lead Architect for a data warehouse and business intelligence platform solutions to the DataBrains team. Having built enterprise data architecture that supports legacy reporting needs, Michael has demonstrated his flexibility to support ongoing change in Enterprise-wide business systems design, data warehousing, and CRM to leverage existing data and technologies for timely and cost-effective centralized reporting for renowned clientele such as Extended Stay America, La Quinta Hotels, and Gartner’s Subscription Services, Order Management, and Fulfillment systems.