• Committee member

  • Participate in Meetings

  • Subject Matter Expert

  • Code of Conduct Committee

  • GSDC Meetings
    Code of Conduct Meetings < Should be under committee
    Institutional meetings
    Faculty Summit meeting
    Graduation week meetings

  • Dissertation Committee

  • Curriculum Revisions

  • New Course Development

  • To Be Sorted

    GSDC non-instructional activities:


    • AIV Meetings (preparation, participation, follow up)

    • Self-directed collegial team interactions (e.g., small group topic discussions)
    • Institutional Committee Assignments (e.g., AAC, HLC)
    • Institutional Subcommittee Assignments (e.g., oral examination policy improvement)
    • Subcommittee Assignments-Graduate School (e.g., quality assurance process)
    • Regular Institutional Overhead (e.g., filing grades, grade appeal responses, complaint responses/follow up, course extensions, documenting instructional activity, registrar documentation)
    • HR Functions (e.g., PTO, benefits, leaves)
    • Resolving Info Tech issues (reporting, troubleshooting problems, follow-up)
    • Mandatory Institutional Employee Training (e.g., FERPA, Diversity, …)
    • Institutional Webinars (e.g., CFE informational events)
    • Special Administrative Assignments/Requests (e.g., Workload Research Study, ad hoc surveys)
    • Marketing and Business Development (e.g., NCU conference recruitment table)
    • Contextual Professional Development (i.e., learning driven by need to guide candidates)
    • Professional Development (e.g., scholarly activity, outside/other professional activities)
    DRCP non-instructional activities:

     Development and maintenance of GS research courses
     Development and implementation of training for GS faculty (FT Chairs, SMEs, teaching faculty)
     Overseeing daily activities of GS faculty instructors including providing frequent, timely communication relative to work quality;
     Developing and managing program evaluation (process and outcome) to assess research curriculum implementation
     Overseeing the development, maintenance, and teaching quality of research-related doctoral courses including related training materials;
     Provision of quality assurance assessments of milestone reviews;
     Answering research course-related questions and investigating student complaints relative to instruction in these courses;
     Consultation to chairs regarding research design of dissertation projects
     Communicating with NCU constituency on research-related issues upon request;
     Conducting special projects including white papers and research relative to overarching university issues, dissertation quality, and research-related issues

    Non-Instructional Tasks

    Faculty Meetings
    Retention Committee Work
    Interview Applicants
    Interview for Initial Reviews
    Serve on AAC
    Serve on Scholarship Committee
    Serve on HLC Criterion Team
    Research Project Participant
    Assessment work (e.g. Rubric Development)
    Final Clinical Presentation Panel

    Faculty Governance Involvement
    Admin Team Meetings
    Monthy Faculty Focus Meeting
    Faculty Retreats (APRM) semi annually
    Committee Work (AAC, HLC, Scholorship, Foundation Course Revision Committee, Assessment Committee, Library Council, etc.)
    Faculty Councils
    Weekly Foundations Faculty Meeting
    Weekly Core Faculty Meeting
    Weekly Clinical Faculty Meeting
    Applicant and Student Interviews
    Final Case Evaluations

    Admin Faculty Teaching Opportunities
    Substituting
    Dissertation committees
    Ongoing Teaching Load (e.g. up to 10-12 students max)
    Teaching specialization courses
    Facilitating research teams
    Clinical readiness training and evaluations
    Working with students to find placement sites
    Professionalism training
    Writing training
    Research training
    Curriculum development

    Faculty Non-Instructional Activities Faculty Governance Involvement Core Faculty Teaching Opportunities
    SME for Curriculum Revision Cycle Program/Curriculum Development/School Roadmap Substituting
    SME for New Course Development Dean Forums Dissertation Committees
    SME for Dissertation Committee Student Advisory Council Ongoing Teaching Load (e.g. up to 10-12 students max)
    Faculty Meetings Program Advisory Council Specialization Courses
    Interview Applicants University Council Meetings Comprehensive Exams
    Serve on AAC Leadership Meetings Facilitating research teams
    Serve on HLC Criterion Team Lead Faculty Meetings Training
    Assessment work (e.g. Rubric Development and Collaboration) Faculty Advisory Board Securing Placements
    Course Peek-ins Internship Evaluations Field experience and internship supervision and evaluation
    Applied Experiential Learning Model (Phase II) Graduation Breakout Sessions Ombudsman Assignments
    Migration to New Courseroom School Council Meetings Doctoral Candidate
    Development of New Programs/Certificates/Curriculum Team Meetings Mentor Students
    Monitor Retention and Attrition of Students Accreditation Advisory Boards Research appeals, review work and communicate with students
    Investigate Student Concerns Strategic Planning Support for assessment, curricular and operational matters
    Service as Liaison between SOE and CFE TaskStream Meetings
    Assist with Hiring of Adjunct Faculty Instructional Design Meetings
    Monitor Accreditation VAC Steering Committee Meetings
    Scholarship AIV Meetings
    Professional Development
    Monthly Activity Reports to the Dean
    Self directed Collegial Team interactions
    Load/enroll students and faculty in TaskStream
    Work with CMP faculty on issues and keep them posted on procedures
    Accreditation reports

    Faculty Non-Instructional Activities Faculty Governance Involvement Core Faculty Teaching Opportunities
    SME for Curriculum Revision Cycle Program/Curriculum Development/School Roadmap Substituting
    SME for New Course Development Dean Forums Dissertation Committees
    SME for Dissertation Committee Student Advisory Council Ongoing Teaching Load (e.g. up to 10-12 students max)
    Faculty Meetings Program Advisory Council Specialization Courses
    Interview Applicants University Council Meetings Comprehensive Exams
    Serve on AAC Leadership Meetings Facilitating research teams
    Serve on HLC Criterion Team Lead Faculty Meetings Training
    Assessment work (e.g. Rubric Development and Collaboration) Faculty Advisory Board Securing Placements
    Course Peek-ins Internship Evaluations Field experience and internship supervision and evaluation
    Applied Experiential Learning Model (Phase II) Graduation Breakout Sessions Ombudsman Assignments
    Migration to New Courseroom School Council Meetings Doctoral Candidate
    Development of New Programs/Certificates/Curriculum Team Meetings Mentor Students
    Monitor Retention and Attrition of Students Accreditation Advisory Boards Research appeals, review work and communicate with students
    Investigate Student Concerns Strategic Planning Support for assessment, curricular and operational matters
    Service as Liaison between SOE and CFE
    Assist with Hiring of Adjunct Faculty
    Monitor Accreditation
    Scholarship
    Professional Development

    SOP:
    • TaskStream evaluators
    • Livetask evaluators
    • CFE webinars
    • Surveys (i.e., GS survey, new coursed room, VAC, tutoring center))
    • Attendance in curriculum meetings
    • General requests: FT Faculty Job Diary, Survey, and Focus Group: October 13
    • Participation in SoP Quarterly Meetings
    • Collaborate in feedback on course content and problems with Barbara D’Elia and Jeannine Klein
    • Library Advisory Council members
    • Faculty reps for HLC self-study
    • Faculty reps for AAC committee

    Faculty Involvement in Assessment

    Faculty involvement in assessment occurs in two main tiers:
    • Required of all faculty: Assessment of student artifacts
    • Requested on a fee or volunteer basis: Development of Assessment infrastructure and other tasks

    1. Required of all faculty: Faculty receive training through their Schools and the CFE to assess student artifacts in Taskstream. This is a requirement of faculty and as such, no special fees are paid.
    1. Requested on a fee or volunteer basis: Development of the assessment infrastructure and other tasks. This involves specialized faculty; their participation may be voluntary, fee per task, or part of the administrative duties of core faculty

    • Assessing student assignments in only one part of the overall assessment process.
    • Assessment also involves:
    ➢ Reviewing Program Outcomes on the BA, MA, and PhD levels to be sure that they reflect current academic standards in the profession
    ➢ Reviewing Specialization outcomes to the same end
    ➢ Sharing “Best practices” in developing course learning outcomes with the Curriculum team;
    ➢ Suggesting appropriate course learning outcomes based on a specialist knowledge of the field of content
    ➢ Developing rubrics by which course learning outcomes can be assess in the Taskstream system
    ➢ Mapping curriculum from the assignment level upward to the University Mission and Goals level
    ➢ Contributing to the development of “institutional outcomes”, which measure skills such as writing, critical thinking, and information literacy, as applied to the field of psychology.
    ➢ Other tasks as required as our assessment program expands

    • As I understand it, we currently have four main tiers of faculty. Please correct me if I am wrong:
    Administrative faculty
    Core or full-time faculty
    Faculty who receive SME fees
    Faculty who are W-2 but do not receive SME fees
    Non-W-2 faculty (being phased out)
    • Proposed faculty involvement: Please consider the chart below as a working document through which we might be able to develop a list of assessment tasks, faculty tiers, and possible roles in assessment tasks. Each school, of course, will have different needs, but we may be able to share ideas and eventually get a general idea of how NCU plans to involve faculty in assessment and how we might schedule any needed fees. In the end, this document will:
    ➢ Help us understand the assignment of assessment roles
    ➢ Support us in locating SMEs with the necessary expertise to participate in assessment
    ➢ Provide a visual representation of faculty involvement in assessment for the purposes of HLC review
    ➢ Assist Schools in specifying assessment budgets

    Assessments Task and Faculty roles Admin faculty Full time faculty W-2 +
    SME fee W-2
    No fee
    Review and revise Program Outcomes All consult Consult
    Review and revise Specialization Outcomes Some consult consult
    Suggest Course learning outcomes Curriculum Director (CD) X consult
    Review course learning outcomes Assessment Director consult
    Develop rubrics for Taskstream Assessment Director X (if trained)
    Review rubrics for Taskstream All X consult
    Map curriculum Assessment Director X (if trained)
    Distinguish scaffold levels Assessment Director, Curriculum Director X if trained
    Review institutional outcomes All consult x x
    Review self-study All consult x x
    Other tasks (as required)

    Sorted
    SME for Curriculum Revisions
    SME for New Course Development
    SME for Dissertation Committee
    • GSDC Meetings
    • Code of Conduct Meetings (documentation, follow up)
    Institutional Meetings (e.g., All Hands, Town Halls)
    • Graduation Attendance (past by personal choice)
    • Faculty Summit Meeting and Graduation Attendance (planned)

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