All Star Winners
These institutions have achieved outstanding results and sustainable success utilizing Campus Labs.
For maximizing student success through strategically integrating academic and co-curricular data sets, gathering insights in order to take action.
For cultivating a campus-wide culture of assessment and using data to make evidence-based decisions to advance institutional goals, and for adopting Campus Labs Outcomes, Baseline, Planning, Program Review, and Accreditation at an advanced levelRead More (PDF)
For creating a strong Student Success Network to better support students and close the communication loop across campus, and by adopting Campus Labs Beacon at an advanced level
For their institutional approach to improving student learning that is highly focused on use of results, and by adopting Campus Labs Outcomes at an advanced level
For creating a sustainable culture of assessment and planning by encouraging staff to gather evidence and make informed decisions, and by adopting Campus Labs Baseline and Planning at an advanced levelRead More (PDF)
For facilitating the effective use of student feedback data by both faculty and deans, by adopting Campus Labs Course Evaluations at an advanced level
Rising Star Winners
Achieving considerable success in their first year, these members have used Campus Labs to drive sustainable improvement.
For their clear and goal-orientated approach to simultaneously launching multiple Campus Labs products, collaborating across institutional units to build a culture of assessment on campus.
For their work in implementing CoursEval using the option for in-class evaluations, as well as for their campus wide, phased-in approach to implementing Chalk & Wire.
For thoughtfully and creatively engaging campus stakeholders, and for showing promise in the implementation of Campus Labs Course Evaluations
For purposefully (and quickly!) creating a campus-wide framework to identify students of concern and effectively manage interventions in order to increase persistence and retention, and for showing promise in the implementation of Campus Labs Beacon
For employing change management strategies to execute assessment initiatives that move the needle on creating a data-centric division, and for showing promise in the implementation of Campus Labs Outcomes, Baseline, Planning, and Program ReviewRead More (PDF)
By taking a completely innovative approach, these campuses have created new best practices that will allow others to make meaningful gains.
For implementing a fluid and collaborative meta assessment process, allowing them to create a culture of continuous improvement through feedback on annual assessment reports.
For their research on the impact of gender biases in course evaluations.
For utilizing a faculty-driven approach to course evaluation instrument design, while leveraging the capabilities of Campus Labs CoursEval
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For harnessing previously untapped datasets to make data-informed changes to program requirements, curriculum, and student resources that are having a lasting impact, while leveraging the capabilities of Campus Labs Beacon & Engage
Using teamwork across all areas of campus, these members prove that a group effort creates incredible, unstoppable momentum.
For creating quality student experiences through establishing an institutional shared vision and maximizing organizational excellence.
For their work bringing together both technical and functional leaders across campus to ensure data stewardship, infrastructure and fluency are at the forefront of their strategy.
With Campus Labs as a key teammate, these exceptional administrators have distinguished themselves as leaders on their campus.
College of Southern Maryland
For her work in spearheading the adoption of the Formative Feedback tool in Course Evaluations to improve student learning experiences at College of Southern Maryland.
South Dakota State University
For her work in leveraging Campus Labs to gather data from over 200 programs in the South Dakota System and for her work in developing a mini assessment academy for faculty and staff.
Kennesaw State University
For facilitating impactful change in institutional effectiveness and being an advocate for CAS in the field of higher education
University of South Carolina
For sharing her journey of providing vision and goal-oriented, hands-on leadership for the systematic implementation of the Chalk & Wire ePortfolio solution throughout the College of Education
Tennessee Tech University
For her inclusive approach to engaging stakeholders such as students and faculty in the assessment process, and for her generosity in sharing her story with other members
Stephen F. Austin State University
For sparking a national conversation about student learning outside the classroom, and for inspiring countless institutions to use data to tell their story
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
For bringing people and departments together to advance assessment in student affairs, and for aligning those efforts with institutional goals and outcomes
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
For utilizing data to influence a change in student success initiatives across the institution, and for inspiring a generation of assessment professionals
University of Cincinnati - Clermont College
For facilitating and sustaining impactful change in assessment practices, including the advancement of research-based department self-study practices at the institution and in the field more broadly
Laramie County Community College
For developing a systematic, comprehensive approach that strengthened the institution's adaptive capacity for responding to change and driving continuous improvement