Texas Association for Higher Education Assessment
September 27-29, 2021
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The Texas Association for Higher Education Assessment presents the
2020 - 2021 Webinar Series

A Message from TxAHEA

Dear TxAHEA Friends:

We know this is a difficult time for all of us in higher education as we face a great deal of uncertainty. We remain hopeful that we can gather together soon to continue our conversations around assessment, accreditation, and student learning. Our committees are moving forward with plans for our Fall 2021 conference. We intend for this conference to be a respite for you as well as an opportunity to absorb new knowledge and to network with other professionals.

TxAHEA is here for you and your institution. We look forward to hosting you for our TxAHEA Conference on September 27-20, 2021! If you have any questions about TxAHEA email txahea@ttu.edu, and we’ll get back to you right away!

With gratitude,
Jennifer Hughes (President)
Lea Campbell (President-Elect)
Kahlie Callison (Secretary)

TxAHEA Proposal Submission

Deadline: April 1, 2021

Submit Proposal Here

Proposals: Each concurrent session is 50 minutes in length. An individual can lead the session, or a small group of individuals, on the topic of their choosing. We suggest a 40 minute presentation with 10 minutes allotted for question and answer. Laptops and basic visual equipment will be provided in every room.

Proposals will be evaluated by the conference committee using a standard rubric.

Selected primary presenters will be notified by as soon as possible pending the new deadline for proposal submissions.

Note: All presenters and co-presenters are required to register for the conference and are responsible for their registration fee, travel, and lodging.

If you have more than two presenters, please complete the separate Additional Presenter Form.

Conference Mission

The goal of this conference is to bring together higher education professionals across Texas and the surrounding states to share ideas and information about accreditation and assessment.

Our Executive Committee

Jennifer S. Hughes


Texas Tech University

Lea Campbell


University of Houston - Downtown

Kahlie Callison


Texas Tech University

Our Planning Committee

David Allen | Texas A&M International University
Tramaine Anderson | Odessa College
Karol Batey | Texas A&M International University
Rebecca Escoto | North Lake College
Kim Faris | University of North Texas
Amanda Harrison | Palo Alto College
Brandy Hawkins | Angelo State University
Paul Henley | Stephen F. Austin State University
Mark Knowles | Lamar State College - Port Arthur
Marlon Mote | Tarrant County College
Jennifer Nailos | The University of Texas at Austin

Rosalind Ong | San Antonio College
Kara Page | Texas Tech University
Stacy Pfluger | Angelina College
Ashley Pruitt | Texas Tech University
Terry A. Senne | Texas Woman’s University
Kenny Shatley | Texas Tech University
Alison Soeder | Texas A&M University – Commerce
Libby Spradlin | Texas Tech University
Dan Stroud | West Texas A&M University
Blake Tritico | University of Houston - Downtown
Gracie Williams | Tarrant County College
Beth Wuest | Texas State University

Our Partner Institutions

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