Jennifer Claydon, Ph.D. is the Assistant Director of Training Program Assessment at Yale University, dividing her time between the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning and the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS) Program of the Medical School. At the Poorvu Center, she holds consultations and observations with instructors across all faculty specialties and manages program assessment projects. At the BBS, she works with principle investigators to design and implement training grant evaluation plans. She holds a BS in Psychology from Fairfield University and obtained her doctorate in Cognitive Psychology from the University of New Hampshire. She has seven years’ experience as the instructor of record at various colleges and universities in New England, teaching general and cognitive psychology, and biological bases of behavior. Prior to Yale, Dr. Claydon worked as the Accreditation Coordinator at Fairfield University after serving as the Director of Disability Support Services at Fairfield.