Kenneth P. Wolf, PhD, has been the Director of Assessment at the University of Colorado Denver since 2005 and an associate professor in Educational Psychology since 1993, where he was selected as the Teacher of the Year in 1995, an award given annually to a single faculty member in the university. Previously, Dr. Wolf was a schoolteacher in international schools in Bolivia and Saudi Arabia and in the Peace Corps in Tunisia. He is the author of numerous articles and books on a variety of topics in educational assessment in both K-12 and higher education. Dr. Wolf received his PhD in education from Stanford University in 1992. As the Director of Assessment, Dr. Wolf is responsible for supporting faculty and administrators on issues that pertain to the assessment of learning, including conducting workshops for faculty, supporting the university’s accreditation efforts, and supervising the standardized testing of undergraduates.