When J. Judd Harbin came to work at the University of Arkansas in 1998, his plan was to work there for three years before climbing the ladder.
He ended up staying for 16 years before leaving to become director of campus life assessment at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
He chose to join UNLV because he was looking for a position “more devoted to assessment work.”
Harbin, who is 46, works to ensure the programs the university offers are the best that they can be. He looks at metrics and learning outcomes to develop the university’s programs.
“In this program, it’s program evolution,” he said.
While at the UA, he was associate dean of students in the division of student affairs where he combined his love for psychology with student development.
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