Joe Levy, Ed.D., has led academic and student affairs assessment efforts with multiple institutional types throughout his career. Joe earned a B.A. in English from Baldwin-Wallace College, an M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University, and his Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership from National Louis University. Joe is a member of the Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL) Board of Directors, an endorsed speaker for the National Institute of Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA).
Megan Bell, Ph.D., has served in a variety of roles that included responsibility for Student Affairs assessment, most recently at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs as the Interim Assistant Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs. She earned her B.A. in English Literature and Women's Studies from the University of Northern Colorado, her Ed.M. in Student Affairs Administration from Washington State University, and Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Colorado State University.
Gregory King, Ph.D., uses quantitative methods to research college and career readiness, policies impacting access and success, and the K–12 to college pipeline. He also enjoys creating data visualizations that make research relevant, understandable, and actionable. Dr. King holds an M.S. in higher education from Colorado State University and a Ph.D. in educational research and policy analysis from North Carolina State University.
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