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Our Assessment Model

OIED's assessment model is built with three guiding frameworks: Tharp’s Cultural Consciousness Matrix (2015); Marcella LaFever’s Medicine Wheel; and NADOHE’s Standards of Professional Practice for Chief Diversity Officers in Higher Education. 

OIED assessment wheel
Assessment Model: The community in the center of all of this is NC State University. There are 4 domains of learning: Intellectual, Emotional, Physical, Spiritual. Spiritual has 2 core areas: Recruitment, Retention and Graduation, and Equal Opportunity Employment. Levels of learning under Spiritual include Institutional, Communal, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Cultural. Intellectual has 3 core areas: Training and Education, Strategic Planning, and Assessment and Accountability. Dimensions of identities included under Intellectual include Survivors of Interpersonal Violence, Alumni, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students, Faculty. Emotional has 2 core areas: Campus Culture and Climate, and Research and Inquiry. Dimensions of identities included under Emotional include Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Socioeconomic Status, Religion, National Origin. Physical has 2 core areas: Mentoring and Leadership Development, and Institutional, Student, Faculty, Staff Excellence. Dimensions of identities included under Physical include: Political Affiliation, Immigration/Documentation Status, First Generation, Language Spoken, Body Shape/Size, Veteran Status.

 

Program Assessment Model of the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity 

Community: 

Where the initiative operates – NC State University.

Four Domains of Learning:

Intellectual, Emotional, Physical, Spiritual.

Levels of Learning:

Institutional, Communal, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Cultural.

Dimensions of Identities:

For example, Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Socioeconomic Status, Religion, National Origin, Political Affiliation, Immigration/Documentation Status, First Generation, Language Spoken, Body Shape/Size, Veteran Status, Survivors of Interpersonal Violence, Alumni, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students, Faculty.

Core Areas:

Assessment and Accountability; Campus Culture and Climate; Equal Opportunity Employment; Institutional, Student, Faculty, Staff Excellence; Mentoring and Leadership Development; Recruitment, Retention and Graduation; Research and Inquiry; Strategic Planning; and Training and Education.