The Indiana University School of Education and IUPUI co-hosted the Education Writers Association's annual higher education seminar, bringing reporters who cover higher education from across the country to Indianapolis on Nov. 2 and 3, 2012, to discuss a range of issues that are preeminent in media coverage. The focus of the seminar was on the issue of student debt, and this session featuring four IU School of Education faculty members deals with the issue of quality for what families are paying for.
This session is titled "Making Sense of Higher Education Engagement, Outcomes, and Assessment." The panel includes George Kuh, Chancellor’s Professor emeritus, Indiana University, founder of NSSE and director of National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment; Robert Gonyea, NSSE associate director, Research and Data Analysis; Trudy Banta, professor and Senior Advisor to the Chancellor for Academic Planning and Evaluation at IUPUI; and Gary Pike, associate professor and executive director of Information Management and Institutional Research at IUPUI. The panel was moderated by Kenneth Terrell of the Education Writers Association.
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