Dr. Gavin Henning
Dr. Gavin Henning (he/him/his) is Professor of Higher Education at New England College in New Hampshire where he directs the Master of Science in Higher Education Administration and Doctorate of Education programs. Gavin is a past president of ACPA – College Student Educators International as well as a past president of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS). He has over 20 years’ experience in higher education assessment and institutional research and frequently consults and presents regionally, nationally, and internationally on the topic. His scholarship includes over 90 peer reviewed presentations and over 90 invited presentations and keynotes regarding assessment. In addition, he has published articles and books on assessment including Student Affairs Assessment: Theory and Practice with Darby Roberts that serves as the foundational text for assessment courses in many higher education graduate programs. Gavin earned his Ph.D. in Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of New Hampshire.
Dr. Anne E. Lundquist
Dr. Anne E. Lundquist (she/her/hers), Assistant Vice President for Campus Strategy at Anthology (formerly Campus Labs) is a white, cisgender, third generation educated researcher, poet, yogi, and social justice advocate who draws on her 30-year career in higher education to help campuses use data for change. Previously, Anne served as Director of Strategic Planning and Assessment for the Division of Student Affairs at Western Michigan University as well as senior student affairs officer at four liberal arts colleges. She has taught diverse subject matter, including educational leadership, institutional effectiveness, higher education law, writing, and literature. Anne’s areas of scholarship and interest include strategic planning, enterprise risk management, student success, and equity-minded assessment. She holds a MFA in Creative Writing and a PhD in Educational Leadership, Higher Education, from Western Michigan University. She earned her BA in Religious Studies and English from Albion College.
ICA 2020 Keynote
Equity-Centered Assessment: Concepts and Strategies
With increased awareness of inequitable educational outcomes for college students and the impact of those disparate outcomes on life opportunities, higher education professionals must ensure that their processes do not further these inequities and instead address them. Assessment, when implemented with an equity lens, can be a vehicle that fosters equity and inclusion. Presenters will provide an overview of equity-centered concepts and suggest strategies for implementing participants’ daily work.