10th ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Virtual 

April 4-5th, 2022



The Way of the JEDI: 

Intentionality in Assessment in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion


Now Accepting Proposals! Submit your proposal by January 7, 2022 

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Cost: $30 (includes conference and 2022-23 annual membership)
Registration and Schedule coming soon!



Keynote Speakers

  Dr. Madhabi Chatterji

Dr. Madhabi ChatterjiMadhabi Chatterji is Professor of Measurement, Evaluation, and Education and the founding director of the Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative (AERI) at Columbia University’s Teachers College (TC), a center dedicated to promoting meaningful use of assessment and evaluation information to improve the quality of practices and policies, across disciplines and internationally (www.tc.edu/aeri ). An award-winning and internationally recognized methodologist and educationist, Professor Chatterji’s research and teaching interests lie in instrument design and validation; systems-based frameworks and methodologies to support  evidence based practices; standards based education; educational equity; and assessment policy issues in Grade K-12 and higher/professional education, health and psychology. Published widely in top-tier academic journals in her fields of study, she is the recipient of several national awards and is a frequently invited speaker at international conferences and forums sponsored by governments, non-governmental organizations and universities overseas. She is currently working on her third book, titled Designing Assessments for Multidisciplinary Constructs and Applications: A User-centered Methodology (Guilford). More about Dr. Chatterji



Dr. Michael N. Christakis

Michael N. Christakis

Michael N. Christakis is the Vice President for Student Affairs at the University at Albany, SUNY. He leads a team responsible for a broad range of services and programs related to undergraduate student recruitment, enrollment and support; campus programming and planning; assisting in creating a campus culture that promotes the academic achievement and personal development of all students (undergraduate, graduate and professional); supporting crisis response and institutional initiatives; advocating on behalf of students; and fostering collaborative relationships among students, faculty, and staff. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Association for Public and Land Grant University’s (APLU) Council on Student Affairs. Previously, Christakis served as Regional Director for NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Region II, while concurrently serving on NASPA’s Board of Directors. He is the immediate past national president of Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, and past national co-chair of NASPA’s Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Knowledge Community. More about Dr. Christakis




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