October 3, 2016

Student Affairs Assessment Team

The hard work to examine student co-curricular learning across the Division of Student Affairs involves a broad network of Contact Leads and representatives from across and beyond the division.

Contact Leads and their representatives implement co-curricular assessment for specific programs and services, reporting on these efforts and using results to enhance student experiences and support.  Contact Leads and participants from across the division’s four clusters (Auxiliary Services, Enrollment Services, Student Life and Leadership, and Wellness, Health and Counseling Services) meet as part of a Student Affairs Assessment Team. The team aims to enhance student learning opportunities, track assessment progress, and expand the division’s knowledge about student co-curricular competencies, tools and resources.

We thank the following Contact Leads and Representatives for their continued service on Student Affairs Assessment Team:

Office of the Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs

• Marguerite Bonous-Hammarth, Assessment, Research & Evaluation
• Edgar Dormitorio, Office of the Vice Chancellor-Student Affairs
• Fred Lipscomb, Cultural Affairs and Organizational Relationships

Auxiliary Services

• Regina Alejo, Hospitality and Dining Services
• Thais Bouchereau, Student Housing-Arroyo Vista
• Stephen Brothwell, Student Housing – Administration Services
• Karen Mosende Douglas, Hospitality and Dining Services
• Megan Fox, Student Housing-Mesa Court
• Elizabeth Franklin, Student Housing-Verano Place
• Connie Malone, Student Housing-Administration Services
• Jennifer Nelson Martinez, Student Housing-Verano Place
• Brian Petyo, Student Center & Event Services
• Raquel Ana Piña-Holstrom, Student Housing-Graduate and Family
• Jose Sanchez, Student Housing-Campus Village
• Sharon Stead, Student Housing-Middle Earth
• Stephanie van Ginkel, Student Government and Student Media
• Kim Vater, The Hill

Enrollment Services

• Ana Miriam Barragan, Center for Educational Partnerships-SOAR
• Graciela Fernandez, Center for Educational Partnerships-SOAR
• Kika Friend, Center for Educational Partnerships-CAMP
• Andrea Gutierrez, Center for Educational Partnerships-SOAR
• Tony Hwang, Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools
• Hannah Jones, Center for Educational Partnerships-SOAR
• Bryan Jue, Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools
• Denise Khaw, Center for Educational Partnerships-SAGE Scholars
• John Lapuz, University Registrar
• Andy Le, Center for Educational Partnerships-SOAR
• Santana Ruiz, Center for Educational Partnerships-SOAR
• Benjamin Shaver, Financial Aid and Scholarships

Student Life & Leadership

• Jade Agua, Cross-Cultural Center
• Adisa Ajamu, Center for Black Cultures, Resources, and Research
• Davidian Bishop, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center
• Brian Clarke, Greek Life
• Adelí Lucia Durón, Veteran Services Center
• Darlene Esparza, Campus Organizations and Volunteer Programs
• Angie Keam, International Center
• Brittany Kim, International Center
• mike knox, New Student and Leadership Programs
• Crystal Rae Lugo-Shearer, Office of Academic Integrity and Student Conduct
• Sherwynn Umali, Student Life & Leadership

Wellness, Health & Counseling Services

• Chuck Adams, Student Health Center
• Adrienne Buckingham, Campus Recreation-Anteater Club Sports
• Courtney Burkes, Campus Recreation-Fitness and Wellness
• Andrew Christopher, Campus Recreation-Intramural Sports
• Beth England-Mackie, Center for Student Wellness and Health Promotion
• Doug Everhart, Center for Student Wellness and Health Promotion
• Laura Finley-Sanbrano, Child Care Services
• Allison Keller, Career Center
• Yuli Liu, Counseling Center
• Jessica Ortega, Counseling Center
• Eli Pascal, Campus Assault Resources and Education
• Mike Puritz, Campus Recreation-Recreation Activity Classes
• Greg Rothberg, Campus Recreation-Anteater Recreation Center
• Jason Ryba, Campus Recreation-Team Challenge
• Jan Serrantino, Disability Services Center
• Doug Tully, Campus Recreation-Outdoor Recreation

Campus Representatives

• Ryan Hoadwonic, Office of Institutional Research
• Venette van Duyn, Division of Undergraduate Education-Assessment & Research Studies

Steering Committee

Our founding Steering Committee on Student Learning Outcomes was launched in 2012 to formalize the assessment efforts that had historically occurred across the division. Chaired by the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Life & Leadership, this leadership team created a strong framework for current priorities and activities. Committee members included:

  • Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Rameen Talesh, Student Life & Leadership
  • Executive Director Lisa Cornish, Student Housing
  • Director Jan Serrantino, Disability Services Center
  • Director Stephanie Reyes-Tuccio, Center for Educational Partnerships