University Assessment Council

The University Assessment Council (UAC) includes representatives from the University’s Colleges, Student Life, and Libraries and is supported by the offices of Institutional Effectiveness and Institutional Research and Assessment. The UAC represents those entities that engage directly with students and are primarily responsible for student learning through direct instruction, student support, and/or academic support.


Jon Acker, Coordinator for Student Assessment | Office of Institutional Research and Assessment
Viola Acoff, Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Programs | College of Engineering
Ginger Bishop, Director | Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Ross Bryan, Assistant Dean | Honors College
Chris Coleman, Associate Director | Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Committee Chair
Allison CuringtonDirector of Faculty Development | Office for Academic Affairs
Andre Denham, Associate Dean of the Graduate School |
Sebrena Jackson, Associate Dean | School of Social Work
Deidre Leaver-Dunn, Assistant Dean | College of Human Environmental Sciences
Grace Lee, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs | School of Law
Wilson Lowrey, Professor | College of Communication & Information Sciences
Joyce Meyer, Director of Assurance of Learning | Culverhouse College of Commerce
Michele Montgomery, Associate Dean | Capstone College of Nursing
Lisa Pawloski, Associate Dean for International Programs | College of Arts & Sciences
Cecil Robinson, Assoc. Professor & Director of Learning Resources and Evaluation | College of Community Health Sciences
Shae Robinson, Director | Student Life Assessment & Planning
Jennifer Roth-Burnette, Director of Academic Support | Capstone Center for Student Success
Tim Salazar, Director of Data & Analytics | College of Continuing Studies
Rachel Thompson, Director | Faculty Resource Center
Kevin Walker, Head of Government Documents | University Libraries
Liza Wilson, Senior Associate Dean | College of Education
Akeisha Young, Director of Accreditation and Assessment | College of Education