The Academic Affairs Council is convened to discuss issues of general importance to the Case Western Reserve University community. The Academic Affairs Council consists of representatives of the administration of the eight schools, the deans of Undergraduate Studies and Graduate Studies, and the heads of various units that support the academic, research, and service missions of the University.
Outcome Assessment provides valuable data to the university about student learning for the purpose of program improvement. Engaging in regular assessment also demonstrates to accrediting bodies that we have processes in place to ensure the quality and effectiveness of our educational programs, learning environments, and support services.
The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE) is the faculty education and development center at Case Western Reserve University. Center personnel work to enhance the educational environment by helping faculty to grow in their teaching and administrative skills. Among the various tools are seminars, workshops, grants, fellowships, online resources and more.