Friday April 27, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Fundamentals and Foundations - Commitment to Quality, Learning, and Improvement
Track 3: Student Learning and Achievement
Track 4: Telling Higher Education’s Story
Track 5: Higher Education’s Stakeholders: Families, Employers, Policy Makers, and the Public
Bridging the Gap: Assuring Graduate Readiness for the 21st Century with Essential Employability Qualities

Essential Employability Qualities (EEQs) are the people skills, problem-solving abilities, and professional strengths that graduates need for success in the dynamic world of work. The Quality Assurance Commons is partnering with 27 programs from 14 institutions to co-design a new approach to assuring educational quality, the EEQ Certification. Learn about this groundbreaking project and the experience of one of the participants, Brandman University.

Melanie Booth
Executive Director
The Quality Assurance Commons for Higher & Postsecondary Education
Laurie Dodge
Vice Chancellor of Institutional Assessment and Planning, Vice Provost
Brandman University
Level of Information: 
Fundamental