Laurie Dodge
Vice Chancellor of Institutional Assessment and Planning and Vice Provost

Higher Ed

  • Access
  • Accreditation
  • Adaptive courseware
  • Assessment
  • Completion by design
  • Curriculum
  • Public opinion and advocacy
  • Technology and college
  • Value of college
  • Workforce development

Laurie Dodge is the vice chancellor of institutional assessment and planning and vice provost at Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System. She oversees program assessment, new program development, regional accreditation and state authorization. Dodge was a key leader in the development of Brandman’s two competency-based education programs. She is the university’s accreditation liaison officer and a member of the Substantive Change Committee for Western Association of Schools and Colleges’ Senior College and University Commission. At the national level, Dodge serves as the chair of the board of directors for C-BEN (Competency-Based Education Network), an invited collaborative group of 30 institutions and four public university systems across the nation working together to address design and development of quality competency-based education programs. She also conducts national workshops on competency-based education. Dodge holds a doctorate in school psychology from Ball State University and worked as a school psychologist prior to her career in higher education.