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Center for Adult and Continuing Education holds an assessment workshop for adjunct faculty members
02-7-13
More than 50 adjunct faculty attended the workshop.
The Misericordia University Center for Adult and Continuing Education recently coordinated an adjunct assessment workshop for more than 50 members of the University’s adjunct faculty in the McGowan Room of the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library.

Adjunct faculty members listened to presentations by Timothy Kearney, Ph.D., chair and assistant professor of business; John Kachurick, Ed.D., associate professor of business; Sister Patricia Lapczynski, RSM, M.S., D.P.S., associate professor of mathematics and computer science; and Thomas Sweetz, M.S., adjunct business faculty. The objectives of the workshop included an explanation about assessment, both from a departmental and university perspective, an explanation about the various assessment methods the University uses to meet course objectives, and the use of Rubrics as an assessment tool. Caption: The Misericordia University Center for Adult and Continuing Education recently coordinated an adjunct assessment workshop for more than 50 members of the University’s adjunct faculty. Participating in the workshop, from left, are Barbara Leggat, M.S., director, Center for Adult and Continuing Education; John Kachurick, Ed.D., associate professor of business; Tom Sweetz, M.S., adjunct business faculty; Timothy Kearney, Ph.D., chair and assistant professor of business; Fred Croop, Ed.D., dean, College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences; Paul M. Nardone, M.S., faculty services and assessment coordinator, Center for Adult and Continuing Education, and visiting assistant professor of business; and Sister Patricia Lapczynski, RSM, M.S., D.P.S., associate professor of mathematics and computer science.