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SAAL is committed to justice and equity. We commit to growing this list of resources.

Black Lives Matter Statement from the SAAL Board of Directors, Sent on Friday, June 12 at 7:27 p.m. (Eastern)

Structured Conversations:

UPCOMING: Culturally Responsive Assessment, on July 7th at 12:00 p.m. (Eastern) with Marjorie Dorimé-Williams, PhD​, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri. Join us via Zoom [https://uoregon.zoom.us/j/94356698810]

 

Critical Assessment, December 9, 2015, Sonia DeLuca Fernandez

 

Blog Posts by SAAL Members:

Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry:

Volume 3, Issue 1, 2017: What role, if any, does student affairs inquiry (assessment, evaluation, and/or research) have in equity work across college campuses?

 

Reading Lists on White-Supremecy and Anti-Racism (not curated by SAAL):

Black Lives Matter reading list

Scaffolded reading list on anti-racism reading list

 

Collaborative Project:

Grand Challenge: Using assessment findings to increase equity

Why Join?

Become part of a dynamic group of assessment leaders who continuously use data to inform work in divisions of student affairs, committing to the overall success, retention rates, graduation rates, and engagement of all students. SAAL members share ideas and strategies, develop together as professionals, contribute to assessment scholarship, and meet others across the country who are engaging in similar work. See our Mission, Vision, and Values page for more information about SAAL. SAAL members engage in various ways, including: annual meetings and informal gatherings at conferences, structured learning opportunities, a members-only listserv, and through building assessment scholarship with the Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry.

Join Now!

Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL) provides the opportunity for educators that coordinate assessment for divisions of student affairs to discuss issues to improve their work. Our members lead assessment in divisions of student affairs at a variety of institutions across the U.S. The organization seeks to create an atmosphere where leaders can share and advance conversations related to creating division assessment infrastructure, supporting assessment projects, and documenting student learning as it relates to the academic mission.

If you are responsible for leading assessment efforts within your division, we encourage you to join the conversation. 

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