About Us

Under the direction of the Office of the Provost, Emory's QEP team is dedicated to creating high-impact learning experiences for students outside of the classroom setting. A management team and committees develop, implement, and assess the plan to support experiential learning opportunities across the undergraduate population. Offices and centers across the university will provide students with opportunities for internships, study abroad, and community-engaged learning.

The QEP management team will by hired by fall 2024, and the implementation and assessment committees will begin to take shape throughout that semester. Full committee membership will be appointed by spring 2025.

QEP Management Team


The director conducts all aspects of the implementation plan, chairing the implementation committee, planning and managing the budget, building collaborative relationships with schools and offices across campus, meeting with academic leadership, ensuring compliance with SACSCOC standards, leading faculty and staff trainings, and writing progress reports.

Assessment Specialist

The assessment specialist guides and supports the assessment committee, researching and sharing best practices in teaching and assessment, developing assessment materials and instruments, collecting and evaluating assessment, data, managing the online assessment reporting system, and coordinating the work of graduate teaching assistants.

Project Coordinator

The project coordinator provides administrative support for the director and implementation committee, working with each of the colleges and schools to coordinate programming, organizing and promoting experiential education events, developing and maintaining a QEP website, preparing expense reports, and helping with budget planning.



The development committee is charged to identify a topic and create a plan to build on and align with the development of Emory's strategic framework and new undergraduate general education requirements.

Committee Members


The implementation committee develops a “pathways map” of experiential learning opportunities and resources for each of the schools and programs to facilitate wide dissemination.


The assessment committee keeps track of the moving parts – internships, community-engaged learning, education abroad and faculty training programs – and measures the full impact of Connect-Integrate-Reflect.