SUNY Delhi’s Institutional Effectiveness subdivision is led by a team of integrated offices that, through a culture of evidence and data informed decision-making, is forward-thinking and action-oriented towards continual improvement of the institutional mission and goals.
Institutional Learning Outcomes
The following learning outcomes reflect SUNY Delhi's shared educational philosophy:
- Communication: Graduates will communicate effectively and professionally using verbal, reading comprehension, and writing skills.
- Critical Thinking: Graduates will solve problems by analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating information and ideas.
- Quantitative Reasoning: Graduates will apply mathematical techniques to interpret and utilize information represented as data, graphs, tables, and schematics.
- Civic Engagement: Through interaction with diverse populations, graduates will contribute to society in an ethical, professional, and constructive manner.
- Technology: Graduates will effectively utilize existing and emerging technologies.
- Sustainability: Explain how long-term economic, social, and environmental efficiencies are imperative
to their future careers.
Assistant Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness
The following areas report to the Assistant Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness: