Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Program Review

Upcoming Activities

6th Annual Assessment Day

Date: April 3, 2019

Speaker
Daniel J. McInerney, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of History
Utah State University

Dr. McInerney received his Ph.D. in American Studies-History from Purdue University (1984). His research centers on nineteenth-century U.S. history, focusing on social reform. He is the author of two books: The Fortunate Heirs of Freedom: Abolition and Republican Thought (1994) and The Travellers’ History of the United States (2000; Russian and Chinese translations, 2009).

McInerney has worked on the Tuning project with the State of Utah, the American Historical Association, the Association of American Colleges & Universities, and the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA). In 2014, he addressed university audiences across Japan on the implementation of Tuning and the Degree Qualifications Profile. In the same year, NILOA named him one of 11 “coaches” for the Degree Qualifications Profile/Tuning project. McInerney also holds positions on the advisory board of Liberal Education and as advisory editor of the Tuning Journal for Higher Education.

His articles on teaching and learning initiatives have appeared in the Journal of American History, Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, The History Teacher, the Tuning Journal for Higher Education, World History Connected, the National Institute for Educational Policy Research Bulletin (Japan), and the American Historical Association’s Perspectives on History.

 

                 Dan McInerney

 

 

Full schedule and more information coming soon!

Last Updated: 11/29/18