Assessment and Evaluation Team

About the team

The Assessment and Evaluation Team is responsible for the visioning, development, implementation, management, and continuous quality improvement of the assessment plan and accreditation of the PharmD degree program.

Part of the PharmD Education Unit in the Dean’s Office, it is led by the assessment manager, who reports to the co-vice deans of PharmD education, who report to the dean.

Responsibilities include

Program assessment and evaluation

  • Ensuring quality and continuous improvement of the PharmD assessment plan.

  • Collaboratively visioning, developing, implementing, and managing curricular assessment plans, policies, procedures, and activities.

  • Managing and continuously improving the quality of assessment and evaluation processes, policies, and processes.

  • Offering expertise, from an advisory role, to groups and individuals within the PharmD program, including participation with curriculum, educational policy, admissions, and academic progression committees.

  • Generating statistical analyses and data reports for use in evidence-based, data-driven decision making with regards to the PharmD program and curriculum.


  • Informing and advising School faculty members, staff members, and students of changes and trends related to accreditation standards for the PharmD program.

  • Ensuring that monitoring and self-study reports are prepared and submitted to the accrediting body.

Expertise includes

  • Curriculum and program assessment and evaluation.

  • Curriculum and program quality improvement.

  • PharmD degree program accreditation requirements.

Related links

See also

ACPEAccreditation Council for Pharmacy Education

The team

Team leadership

Associate Dean of Assessment and Evaluation
+1 415 514-2747

Team members

+1 415 476-3853
Associate Dean of Experiential Education and Professional Development
Vice Chair of Experiential Education
+1 415 502-5494
Didactic Education Administrator
+1 415 514-0414
Associate Professor
+1 415 885-3817