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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.
Responsibilities: Provides primary support for institutional assessment activities for institute, program, and faculty level initiatives by performing the following duties; Serve as a member of the Commission for the Assessment of Student Outcomes (CASO), and oversee the application and continuous improvement of the Institute Student Learning Outcomes; Oversee the administration of the Student Evaluation of Teaching and Learning instrument; Assist in development and implementation of assessment plans at the institute, program, or instructor level; Develop assessment instruments; Assist in the preparation of grant proposals; Implement standard/national assessment instruments; Analyze data and write reports; Plan and program activities that support assessment and evaluation on campus; Other duties may be assigned.
THE PERKS: Located on the banks of the Wabash River and conveniently located within driving distance of seven major cities, Terre Haute is a vibrant community with a revitalized downtown, museums, parks, four higher ed institutions, a rich historical past, and a dynamic food, music and arts scene. Rose-Hulman’s serene and safe campus located on the east side of town was recently designated a Tree Campus with more than 1,200 trees on its 250-acre main location. Your successes are celebrated here in a welcoming, supportive and flexible environment with a number of benefits and resources including:
- A variety of health benefit options
- Tuition exchange
- Generous and flexible paid leave program and dedicated time for professional development
- Access to full-service fitness facilities and programming
- A performing arts center featuring national touring acts and campus productions
- Access to state-of-the-art labs, facilities and equipment
- Opportunities to have an impact on student lives and be part of a greater purpose through multidisciplinary project collaboration that can have a global impact