Posts by Megan Bell

    Who is on your Team?

    8 minute read | June 21, 2022

    “We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to.” ~ Brene Brown

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    Nurturing Your Assessment Community—Key Takeaways from AALHE Conference 2022

    4 minute read | June 13, 2022

    It has been three years since the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE) assembled for an in person conference. When we left St. Paul, MN in...

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    SACUBO 2022: Helpful Resources and Critical Questions from The University of Alabama and Other Institutions

    3 minute read | May 23, 2022

    I was excited to attend the SACUBO conference in San Antonio, Texas.  As a local, we don’t spend much time downtown so when I jumped on the River Taxi to head to the opening...

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    About Megan Bell

    Megan Bell currently works in Student Affairs Assessment at Cal State Northridge. Bell served as a Research Associate in the College of Education for the Department of Leadership, Research, and Foundations. She was responsible for directing the US Department of Education Strengthening Institutions grant. She is the former Executive Director of Community Learning and Assessment in Student Affairs, and also served as the Interim Associate Vice-Chancellor of Students Affairs. She also served as the director of assessment, policy and efficiency, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance. In her previous roles, she was responsible for the Department of Residential Life and Housing which houses about 1,700 students as well as the Family Development Center and serving as the Division Liaison to enrollment management and academic units to develop partnerships related to student success. Finally, she coordinated division-wide assessment and evaluation initiatives. Bell has also served as the assistant director and director of the University Center and as assistant director of the University Memorial Center at CU Boulder. She also has held student affairs positions at Whittier College, Whittier, California, and the University of California, Riverside.