Larkin University Perspective
Watch this webinar to explore the power of comprehensive data analytics and data-informed decisions in tracking at-risk students early for improved outcomes in higher education. Hear firsthand from Antonio C. Perry, MA, Assistant Dean of Assessment and Accreditation, College of Pharmacy, Larkin University, who successfully leveraged our platform to identify and support struggling students, leading to increased retention rates and student success.
Gain valuable insights, practical examples, and actionable strategies to enhance your own student support initiatives. At this webinar, you will get acquainted with:
– Identifying and tracking at-risk students based on assessment grades and category performance
– Tracking high-impact courses for student success and early indicators
– Drilling deeper into data to discover curricular gaps and stress points
– Using the Enflux platform to have near real-time access to clean, actionable data
The PANCE® Dashboard quickly finds national comparisons, trends in performance, topical area levels, and student performance for the Physician Assistant Exam.
Assistant Dean of Assessment and Accreditation, College of Pharmacy, Larkin University
Mr. Antonio C. Perry currently serves as the Assistant Dean for Assessment and Accreditation in the College of Pharmacy at Larkin University. Mr. Perry has been in higher education for 18 years, most recently serving as Director of Assessment at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and Assistant Dean of Academic and Professional Development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.A. in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from the University of South Florida. He has completed an M.Ed. as he pursues a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership at FAU. Mr. Perry is also a veteran of the U.S. Air Force where he served as a Radio Communications Specialist during Operation Enduring Freedom.
Head of Education and Assessment
Dr. Mielczarek holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Communications from Wilkes University, a master’s in Secondary Education from Lehigh University, and a Ph.D. in Human Development from Marywood University. Before receiving her Ph.D., Dr. Mielczarek taught 9-12 grade English in the PA public school system. She has held roles in institutional research and assessment in higher education since 2015. Most recently, she was the Director of Assessment at the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University. Her experience includes curricular and programmatic assessment, outcomes assessment, accreditation, research methods, and teaching.