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DQP launch event videos

The Degree Qualifications Profile and Tuning:
Call for Action, Conversation about Next Steps

Oct. 8, 2014
8:45 AM – 3:00 PM Eastern

The DQP is ready for large-scale implementation thanks to the many dedicated colleagues who devoted countless hours in using and refining the document. For the first time in the U.S., associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees have clearly defined learning outcomes that reflect a quality postsecondary education that will serve students well as they prepare for rewarding careers and fulfilling lives.

Launch event webcast

Opening remarks and first panel
Part 1 of 3 | 1hr. 44 min.
8:45 am Welcome remarks
Dewayne Matthews, Vice President of Strategy Development, Lumina Foundation
9:00 am Keynote
Jamie Merisotis, President and CEO, Lumina Foundation
9:30 am What role does DQP/Tuning play within 21st Century higher education?

Moderator: Doug Lederman, Editor, Inside Higher Ed

Panelists:
  • Tony Carnevale, Director, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce
  • Mildred García, President, California State University Fullerton
  • Paul Gaston, Trustees Professor, Kent State University
  • Jamie Merisotis, President and CEO, Lumina Foundation
Morning session #2
Part 2 of 3 | 1 hr. 48 min.
10:45 am DQP/Tuning: using it now and in the future

Moderator: Jillian Kinzie, Senior Scholar, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment

Panelists:
  • Maggie Bailey, Vice Provost, Point Loma Nazarene University, California
  • Norm Jones, Director of Gen Ed and Curriculum Integration, Utah State University
  • Elise Martin, Director of Assessment, Middlesex Community College, Massachusetts
  • Jon Young, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Fayetteville State University
11:45 am The DQP: Implications for Accreditation

Moderator: Eric Kelderman, Staff Reporter, Chronicle of Higher Education

Panelists:
  • Barbara Brittingham, President, New England Association of Schools and Colleges
  • Karen O’Brien, Director of the Office for Accreditation, American Library Association
  • Karen Solomon, Vice President for Accreditation Relations, Higher Learning Commission
Afternoon session
Part 3 of 3 |
1:30 pm Resources to help get us where we need to go

Moderator: Moderator: George Kuh, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus and Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment

Panelists:
  • DQP/Tuning on the Web (www.DegreeProfile.org)
    • Natasha Jankowski, Associate Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
    • Christine Marson, Strategy Officer, Lumina Foundation
  • Degree Qualifications Profile/Tuning Coaches
    • Tina Gridiron, Senior Strategy Officer, Lumina Foundation
    • George Kuh, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus and Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
  • Roadmap to Enhance Student Learning: Implementing the DQP and Tuning
    • Natasha Jankowski, Associate Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
    • David Marshall, Associate Professor and Program Chair, Institute for Evidence-Based Change
  • Assignment Library
    • Natasha Jankowski, Associate Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
    • Tyrone Freeman, Director of Undergraduate Programs, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
2:00 pm Lumina-supported work in 2014 and the way forward
Holly Zanville, Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation
2:30 pm Town Hall Q & A and next steps
Dewayne Matthews, Vice President of Strategy Development, Lumina Foundation

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Learn more about the DQP and Tuning at

http://degreeprofile.org/

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FEATURED VIDEO
What is the DQP?
What is the DQP?
June 20, 2011

An introduction to the Degree Qualifications Profile, a framework to illustrate what students should be expected to know and do after earning degrees, regardless of specialization.