Charlene Herreid

Director of Student Affairs Research and Assessment

Dr. Herreid joined the NYU Community in May of 2017. Dr. Herreid serves as Director of Student Affairs Research and Assessment where she provides leadership for research and assessment for NYU Student Affairs. Her portfolio covers division-wide outcomes assessment, program review, and providing support for and developing unit capacity in assessment throughout Student Affairs.

As Director of Student Affairs Research and Assessment, Dr. Herreid serves as chair of the Student Affairs Assessment Team. This team, with representatives from all units in Student Affairs and some associated units, works to align assessment goals and promote best practices in assessment across the division.

Preparing and conducting workshops, managing the Student Affairs outcomes assessment planning and reporting process, coordinating annual unit program review and participating as chair of the Assessment team keep her busy. In addition, Dr. Herreid also serves on various division- and university- wide committees including service as chair of the professional development grant and the assessment subcommittees of the divisional professional development team (Pro Devo) membership on the University Assessment Team and as a member of the NYU Standing Committee on Student Success.

Dr. Herreid earned her Bachelor of Arts, Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Psychology at the University of Miami, with a specialty in cognitive social psychology. After 20 years of experience in institutional Research, including almost 10 years as Director of IR at Saint Leo University, one of the largest Catholic Universities in the United States, she moved into Student Affairs as the first director of Student Affairs assessment at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She is reprising that role at NYU. Her professional interests include increasing capacity for Student Affairs staff in the area of outcomes assessment, use of predictive analytic modeling to help Student Affairs practitioners improve programs and services for students, and documenting the contribution of Student Affairs to student success.