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Peter Deekle
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Institution: Roger Williams University

Location: Columbia, Maryland

Phone401-714-6835

Institution Type: 4-year, private masters

Program Type: honors program, institution-wide

Program Enrollment: 200

Present Position: Dean of University Libraries (2013 - 2015), Retired

Previous Honors Positions:

  • Honors Director (2000-2013) Roger Williams University
  •  Associate Provost ( 2007-2009)
  • Honors Director (1989 - 1993), Susquehanna University Honors Program

NCHC Member Since:1989-1994, 2000-present


Program Reviews and Consultation

  • Self-study and hosting external evaluator (Susquehanna U) 1993
  • External evaluator (Roanoke College Honors Program) 1994
  • External evaluator (U of Francis Honors Program) 2006
  • External evaluator (Dowling College Honors Program) 2007
  • External evaluator (University of the Pacific Honors Program)  2010
  • External evaluator (University of Maine/Farmington Honors Program)  2013
  • Program reviewer (Creighton University), 2015
  • Program reviewer (Eastern Connecticut State University) 2015
  • Program reviewer (Franklin Pierce University), 2015
  • External evaluator, (CUNY, Queens College), 2016

NCHC Activities Related to Honors Program/College Assessment & Evaluation:  


Activities in other areas or organizations related to assessment or site visits, workshops, etc.:  
  • AAC&U Institute on General Education (2008)
  • Middle States and New England Association regional accreditation team member (over 18 site visits)
  • Regional accrediting site visitor training (1998, Middle States; 2007, New England)
  • Served as Commissioner on New England Association of Schools and Colleges (Commission on Institutions of Higher Education) 

 

Self-Identified Areas of Special Interest and Experience

  • As Associate Provost, oversee plan to revise  First-Year Experience
  •  Contribute to Living-Learning Community development
  •  Responsible for Library, Instructional Technology, and Academic Support coordination of Learning Commons
  •  Experience with international program agreements

The Role of an NCHC-Qualified Site Visitor
 An effective site visitor should demonstrate a broad awareness of academic and administrative practices.  Site visitors are colleagues who contribute their knowledge, informed by this awareness, and a judgment based on relevant experience in honors education. We gain as much as we provide in our roles as consultants, recognizing the mutual benefits for all parties. My career-long role in academic administration is particularly useful, I believe, in relating each visit to the perspectives not only of faculty and students, but also of the administrators who must support them. Extensive experience in planning, assessment and program review, and advice derived from it should be a key element in every site visitor’s role, and in the concluding recommendations.
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