ExamSoft Advocate Named Assistant Provost and Chief Assessment Officer

May 28, 2015 Stephanie Totty

Dr. Jane Souza is joining the University of Rochester as their new assistant provost for academic administration. In her new role, Dr. Souza serves as the University’s chief assessment officer and manages academic policies in areas that require coordination among schools. In addition, she will serve as a liaison with the New York State Education Department and the accrediting body, Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

Dr. Souza has long been a supporter and advocate of ExamSoft’s, hosting popular presentations such as, Everybody In: Aligning Faculty and Administrators to New Assessment Practices and Empowering Faculty and Students with Assessment Data. She has also spoken at multiple academic conferences about her work with ExamSoft in higher education, such as the Texas A&M Assessment Conference, the Associate for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education conference, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and the Association for Medical Education in Europe.

The ExamSoft family wishes Dr. Souza the best in her new position and in all her future endeavors. To read the entire article regarding her new position, click here.


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