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2009 SAAC Awards for Promoting Student Success
25 departments and programs have been nominated to receive 2009 SAAC Awards for Promoting Student Success. The award winners will be announced at a reception to be held on Wednesday, April 22, from 3:30 to 5:30 in the McMaster Room (308) of Bowen-Thompson Student Union.
The nominees are: Adolescent/Young Adult Mathematics, Advanced Technological Education, Art, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Career Center, Chapman, Classroom Technology, Construction Management and Technology, Disability Services, Early Childhood Education, English, Exercise Science, General Studies Writing, Master of Arts in Cross-Cultural and International Education, Music Education, Music Theory Core, Physical Education Teacher Education, Psychology, Recreational Sports, School of Human Movement,Sport, and Leisure Studies Graduate Program, Spanish Graduate Program, Spanish Undergraduate Program, Student Support Services, Visual Communication Technology.
2007 Award for Institutional Progress in Student Learning Outcomes
BGSU Wins 2007 Award for Institutional Progress in Student Learning Outcomes, given by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
From the Abstract: "Assessment of student learning outcomes at Bowling Green State University is vital to the University’s pursuit of its mission and use of resources. BGSU’s institution wide progress toward becoming the premier learning community in Ohio and one of the best in the nation, through specific use of learning outcomes and the implementation of program assessment and electronic portfolios, has transformed the institution and is leading the way in documenting educational accountability while maintaining a sharp and clear focus on what really counts, student success." Read the entire award application.
Other points of interest:
Committee Charter (May 6, 1996)
Goal: Promote teaching/learning at Bowling Green State University by fostering a variety of effective learning environments.
How will we achieve the goal?
I. Assessing Student Learning at the Program and Course Level
E-mail your comments, questions, or suggestions to Milt Hakel, SAAC Chair.