Cynthia Goudeau

Assessment Specialist
Primary office:
785-864-4735
156 Strong Hall


Dr. Cynthia Goudeau serves as the Assessment Specialist for the Office of Undergraduate Studies. In this role, she is responsible for developing and implementing a learning assessment plan across all Undergraduate Studies units. Furthermore, she manages, promotes, and coordinates research and assessment activities related to students’ cognitive, emotional, social, and academic success.

Over the last decade, Dr. Goudeau has assumed several roles inside and outside of the higher education classroom. Her experience is comprised of teaching, advising, recruiting, tutoring, and mentoring diverse student populations.

Dr. Goudeau holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Sciences from Oklahoma State University​, a Master of Science in Merchandising from the University of North Texas​, and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Langston University. Her areas of interest include student development, fashion and apparel studies, and consumer behavior. 


KU Core

The KU Core stretches across the undergraduate experience, yielding fundamental skills, building a broad background of knowledge, generating capacities and opportunities for blending and creating ideas, strengthening an appreciation of cultural and global diversity, and cultivating ethical integrity. Each of our six educational goals has one or more distinct learning outcomes. Learn more visit kucore.ku.edu

DEI Strategy

Undergraduate Studies is committed to creating and promoting an inclusive and diverse learning environment, in our offices, through our programming, and throughout our services supporting students. Our leadership team is currently developing a DEI strategy that will guide our efforts across the units. The strategy will be regularly reviewed and adapted to reflect the needs of the community we serve. 

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