BA/MA Alum Presents at 2020 IUPUI Assessment Institute Conference

Kirsten (Rowe) Pagan '03 '08g (Psychology)

Kirsten (Rowe) Pagan

Kirsten (Rowe) Pagan ’03 ’08g (Psychology), Student Engagement Analyst at Binghamton University, recently co-presented virtually at the 2020 Assessment Institute hosted by IUPUI (Indiana University-Perdue University). Her presentation was entitled “Digging Deeper: Using HIPs [High-Impact Practices] Data to Expand Access.” See abstract below.

All Institute session recordings are available online through October 2021. Congratulations to Kirsten. Good to see our alums doing such exciting things.

Abstract:

After building a system for reliably tracking participation in HIPs, it became clear that not all students were able to access these important experiences. Through a series of deep dives into the data, Binghamton University has explored HIPs relationships with graduate outcomes, barriers to participation and sequencing of experiences in order to break down barriers and increase access. This session shares how we have tracked and used data, what we have learned, and how your institution can dig deeper into HIPs tracking data.

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