DSL Tactical Priority 5, Campus Culture & Environment, focuses on fostering a campus culture and environment that emphasizes awareness, knowledge, and skills related to social justice and inclusion.
Hats off to the Pride Centerfor organizing Friendsgivingthis past November. This is an event that every year gives students the opportunity of celebrating the connections and friendships that they have made here at UT.
This blog post provides you with a list of questions to consider when assessing the effectiveness of your events. This blog post will help you "keep your ducks in a row" and to obtain useful information from your activities, so that you can host successful events in the future.
This blog entry by the Students Affairs Assessment Leaders reminds us of the power of qualitative data. It provides a useful guide on qualitative methods and how to use them to collect the data we need to tell our story. If you think you could have a little refresher of qualitative methods, have a lot at it!
This blog entry is a good refresher on the assessment cycle and how we can close the loop by using the data that we collected. Assessment drives us to action; we cannot complete the assessment cycle without turning data into action, check it out!
What device, adopted in 1970 and redesigned as a portable windshield card in 1988, allows parking in unreserved staff parking lots throughout the campus?