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Institutional Effectiveness Committee

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee (IEC) is a university wide committee with a central role in the university's process to improve institutional effectiveness.  The IEC will be established as a pilot committee for two years during which time it will carry out its charge, evaluate its own effectiveness in the assessment process and make recommendations to improve the university wide assessment process. The long term goal is to formally incorporate the IEC in the assessment process of University academic, co-curricular and non-academic programs.  At that time the committee (charge and member composition) will be included in the Faculty Handbook and University wide policies.

The charge of the Pilot IEC is to:

  • Evaluate the quality of program reviews
  • Evaluate the adequacy of unit response to the program review and action plan
  • Identify challenges and opportunities to break down silos within and across campuses in the University
  • Identify issues to be considered by the president and cabinet
  • Review outcomes of program action plan at two year intervals following program review
  • Communicate deliberations through an accessible website for Institutional Effectiveness


  • 5 Academic: (faculty) Stockton (3), Dugoni (1) McGeorge (1)
  • 4 Non-Academic: Stockton (2), McGeorge (1), Dugoni (1)
  • 2 Students: (undergrad, grad) 

Committee Roster (Academic Year 2013/14)