Undergraduate Admissions is hosting a panel discussion and screening of the film, “The Test and the Art of Thinking” on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m. in Straz Hall 105.
The 81-minute film traces the history and evolution of the SAT/ACT as a major player in higher education and its current power in our culture. It also examines what the SAT/ACT measures and means, and asks a range of educational leaders, admissions professionals and test stakeholders—from tutors to parents to test designers—to grapple with the use, ramifications and future of the SAT/ACT.
The below panel of experts will share their reflections on the film and respond to questions from attendees:
- Dr. Karen Evans – clinical associate professor in educational policy and leadership/director of assessment, College of Education, Marquette University
- Dr. James Hoelzle – associate professor of psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, Marquette University
- Dr. John Baworowsky – vice president of enrollment management, Marquette University
- Annette Cleary – director of college counseling, Marquette University High School
Registration is open to all. Space is limited.