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Certificate Program in
"Undergraduate Learning Outcomes Assessment"
Fall 2014 Participant Application
Based upon a project originally funded by the Council for Graduate Schools (CGS), this UCM learning community certificate project is aimed at preparing future faculty to assess undergraduate learning - a skill that involves a research approach to the design and evaluation of classroom pedagogy, courses and degree programs. This project is sponsored by Graduate Division, the Office of Assessment,
and the Merritt Writing Program, and results in a certificate awarded through the Center for Research on Teaching Excellence.
Applicant's UCM email address:
Applicant's Graduate Research Affiliation:
Biological Engineering and Small Scale Technologies
Cognitive Information Systems
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics
Physics and Chemistry with Physics Focus
Physics and Chemistry with Chemistry and Chemical Biology Focus
Quantitative and System Biology
Social and Cognitive Science
Degree being pursued:
If you are pursuing a PhD, have you advanced to candidacy?
Potential Courses in the Teaching Assistant role for Spring 2015:
Name of potential Faculty Mentor (leave blank if a potential faculty mentor cannot be identified at this time):
Which UCM courses have you previously acted in the role of Teaching Assistant for?
Which courses have you previously acted in the role of Teaching Assistant for?
What are your long-term professional goals? (check all that apply)
Tenure track faculty at a research university
Tenure track at a four year college or university
Tenure track at a community college
Faculty, non-tenure track
Researcher (not faculty)
Higher education administration
Industry or business
Describe your interest in earning a certificate in Undergraduate Learning Outcomes Assessment: Pedagogy and Program Planning (200 words or less):
For more information, contact Angela Winek at
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