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Contributor:Stefani Dawn (formerly Hines)
Administrative/Academic Title:Assistant Dean for Assessment
Institution:University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy
Other Contributors:Steve Peterson (former Assistant Dean for the Curriculum at UNM)
Title:Note-Worthy Practice – Standard 15 – New Mexico
Tool/Process Description:
Note-Worthy Practice – Standard 15 – New Mexico
The University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy (UNM COP) was recognized by ACPE for work related to Standard 15 for “Program of assessment of student learning and curricular effectiveness” for its accreditation review in October 2009. This document provides a brief description of the processes used by the UNM COP that garnered this recognition.

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Length of use:4-6 years
Adapted From:
The University of New Mexico Assessment Office assessment plan template which sites the Kansas State University Office of Assessment
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