Madeline Smith, Ph.D. Assistant Director of Assessment
Bldg: North Instructional Plaza
Madeline Smith recently joined the UGA Center for Teaching and Learning as the Assistant Director of Assessment. In this role, Madeline collaborates with UGA faculty and staff in student learning outcomes assessment with the goal of enhancing student learning across campus.
Prior to joining the Center for Teaching and Learning, Madeline served as the Assistant Director of Assessment for Christopher Newport University. In this position, she conducted an ongoing university-wide evaluation process to identify and assess expected outcomes across academic, administrative, and student support units. She also assisted in the development of the institution’s Quality Enhancement Plan. Previously, Madeline served as the Assistant Director of Academic Program Approval for the Ohio Department of Higher Education and as the Legislative Liaison for P-20 Education in the Office of the Ohio Governor.
Madeline is an alumna of the College of William and Mary, where she completed a Ph.D. in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership with a concentration in Higher Education Administration. She also holds a M.Ed. from Ohio University and a B.A. from The Ohio State University.
Outside of her role at UGA, Madeline enjoys spending time with her dog Twitch, cycling, attending baseball games, and exploring the local music scene.