The Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) undergraduate program was selected for North Dakota State University’s 2020 Amy Rupiper Taggart Award for Excellence in Program Assessment.
The Assessment Award Committee chose the HDFS undergraduate program based on their persistence in implementing a holistic model for program-wide assessment, commitment to continued improvement in assessment techniques through internal and external validation, and the expert execution of a program-level curriculum mapping initiative.
Dr. Joel Hektner, HDFS department chair, said of the department’s assessment efforts, “In the spirit of continuous improvement, we should never really be finished—but we are at a place now where we can reflect on how far we’ve come.”
Read more about this prestigious award from the Office of Teaching and Learning
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