Jacqueline Olson earned an Ed.D. in Education Administration and Supervision from Arizona State University. She has over 30 years of experience in education focusing on curriculum and assessment and has taught a variety of higher education courses in education, leadership, research, and business. She has taught in the Bachelor of Science Business Administration and Doctor of Business Administration programs. Currently, she is the Dean of Academic Success for Assessment and works in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. She is passionate about working with adult online students and helping them be successful in their academic careers. She enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and gardening, as well as playing with her dogs.
BUSI 1002 - Introduction to Business and Management
EdD, Arizona State University
MA, Arizona State University
BA, Arizona State University
Children's Literacy Center, Volunteer - Colorado Springs
Olson, J. M., Kristensen, S. A., Crawford, L. M. (2014). Using Rubrics to Evaluate Student Learning. Assessment Matters: The Assessment Newsletter
Olson, J. M., Kohntopp, T. (2015). Effective Use of Rubrics for International Students. Assessment Matters: The Assessment Newsletter
Olson, J. M., Castaneda, R. (2015). Leveraging Technology to Optimize the Student Learning Experience: Acrobatiq in Accounting. Assessment Matters: The Assessment Newsletter
Jorissen, S. L., Subocz, S., Bever, S. W., Olson, J. M. (2017). Blackboard classroom changes: Reasons, improvements, & impact.