University hires new director of assessment
According to Corban’s new Director of Assessment Ben Moll, decision-makers who rely on an intuitive combination of relationships and data tend to create an environment of success for their institutions.
As Corban continues to grow, Moll plans to help provide the tools needed for the University’s leaders to make these decisions.
Moll has worked in higher education since 2005, assisting with outcome assessment, research, policy development and more. He will work under Associate Provost for Academics Pam Teschner, Ph.D., to collect and analyze data to see what tools and resources help students and faculty, how much they help and how the University can further improve services for students. Additionally, he will work with Teschner to perform analysis and other assessment needs.
Moll and his wife, Tara, have been married for 11 years and have three children. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in higher education and leadership through Washington State University.