Price Named to Head Institutional Effectiveness at W&L
Bryan Price, formerly the head of Virginia Wesleyan College’s institutional research and strategic planning operations, has been named the new assistant provost for institutional effectiveness at Washington and Lee University.
Robert Strong, interim provost at Washington and Lee, announced Price’s appointment, which is effective Sept. 17.
“We are pleased that Bryan will be joining the University in this important position,” said Strong. “Bryan brings a wealth of experience in institutional research and assessment, and he will continue to strengthen W&L’s program.”
Price succeeds Debbie Dailey, who left to become the associate vice president for planning, accreditation, and research at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa.
A graduate of Christopher Newport University where he majored in history, Price received a master’s of education from The College of William and Mary.
Prior to joining Virginia Wesleyan in 2007, he had served in various capacities in institutional research at Eastern University in Pennsylvania, West Liberty University in West Virginia and Salisbury State University in Maryland.
At Virginia Wesleyan, he has coordinated the institution’s assessment and institutional effective efforts, including serving as co-chair of the Academic Effectiveness Committee. He has overseen a variety of peer data studies and surveys that Virginia Wesleyan has conducted for students and alumni. In addition, he has chaired Virginia Wesleyan’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee
Washington and Lee’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness provides education and facilitates an ongoing, systematic, integrated assessment process and supports that process with analytical information for all areas of the Washington and Lee academic and administrative communities.
Jeffery G. Hanna
Executive Director of Communications and Public Affairs