Brian Dusbiber (square)Brian serves as Assessment Analyst in the office. He prepares  analysis reports for publication and distribution, manages the Qualtrics  Survey software for the university and provides user training. His  professional interests include qualitative methodology, program  evaluation, integration of student learning outcomes and strategically  developing departmental and programs effectiveness goals. He earned his  Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Master's degree in Guidance and  Counseling at Eastern Michigan University, and his doctorate from St.  Thomas University in Educational Leadership.

Professionally he has served previously in a student affairs  positions in higher education and in an administrative position with the  American College Personnel Association. Involved in several  professional associations, Brian has served on Directorate Board for the  Commission on Assessment and Evaluation in ACPA, as the Chair of the  Standards Committee for the Association of College and University  Housing Officers-International, and has chaired campus assessment  committees previously.

Brian enjoys working with the Minnesota Historical Society as a  Museum Assistant, the Dorothy Day Center in St. Paul as a volunteer, and  volunteering on course during professional golf tournaments around the  country. American history from the Gilden Age to WW II is a current  interest in reading. You can connect with him in LinkedIn and read his  blog at WordPress. Brian lives with his spouse in the Highland Park neighborhood of St. Paul. Travel, reading, movies, hiking, sports, time with  children and grandchildren fill out time away from work.

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