Ken Ryalls is president of The IDEA Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing analytics, resources, and advice to improve learning in higher education. After graduating from Indiana University with a PhD in socialpsychology, Ryalls served in a variety of traditional roles in higher education, including professor, program director, division chair, dean, and vice president for academic affairs. His keen interest in the improvement of learning outcomes permeated his career at colleges and reflected his dedication to improving the quality of the student experience through better teaching, effective leadership, and enhanced coordination between academic and student affairs. He currently satisfies his passion for quality education through leading a professional staff of academics in research and development at IDEA, asking questions of academic interest around pedagogy, leadership, and student experiences; designing effective assessment and feedback systems; and writing and speaking about the impact of IDEA research.
Last Updated: 11-28-2017.
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