RC 20/20

Building a Data-Driven System to Improve Educational Quality

Constance Relihan, Dean of University College, Virginia Commonwealth University

Megan Good, Director of Academic Assessment, Auburn University

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Constance Relihan

Constance C. Relihan became Dean of University College in July, 2018. Prior to her arrival at VCU, she most recently served as the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies at Auburn University and Director of University College. She has been committed to the continuous improvement of the undergraduate academic experience through improving general education, strengthening academic advising, and ensuring that undergraduates are provided with the academic opportunities they need to succeed. She graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with an AB in English, and earned both her M.A. and Ph.D. in English from the University of Minnesota. She was a faculty member of Auburn University’s English Department since 1990, and the primary focus of her research has been on the structural nature and cultural impact of prose fiction written in England during the early modern period. She is the author of two books, Cosmographical Glasses: Geographic Discourse, Gender, and Elizabethan Fiction(2004), and Fashioning Authority: The Development of Elizabethan Novelistic Discourse(1994); and is the editor of Framing Elizabethan Fictions: Contemporary Approaches to Early Modern Narrative Prose(1996) and coeditor of Prose Fiction and Early Modern Sexualities(2003).

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Megan Rodgers Good

Dr. Megan Rodgers Good is the Director of Academic Assessment at Auburn University, serving as a resource to academic programs on all phases of student learning outcomes assessment (e.g., outcome creation, instrument development, data collection strategies). Megan earned her PhD in Assessment and Measurement from James Madison University. Her doctoral work focused on connecting assessment with teaching and learning strategies to evidence student learning growth at a programmatic level.