Don't miss this professional development symposium with leading educators in the field of college student success and diversity education. Professionals in first-year student success programs will present interactive sessions on important topics for institutional effectiveness for promoting student success and retention at a college or university.
The speakers for this session will include:
Dr. Joe Cuseo, Dr. Aaron Thompson, Dr. Michele Campagna, and Julie McLaughlin.
This symposium will address the full range of factors that promote college student success, focusing especially on high-impact practices that are well-grounded in research on student learning and persistence, and which educate the student as a whole person.
- student retention and success
- developing a first-year program at 2-year, 4-year, and Private Sector schools
- assessment outcomes
- supporting students transferring from 2-year to 4-year schools
- diversity education
- active-learning and creative teaching strategies
- using technology in the first-year seminar
- academic advising
and much more.
By attending this symposium, you will receive a practical and personalized workshop experience, opportunities to meet with the presenters informally, information from all of the workshops to take home with you, and follow-up contact information for the purpose of customizing the symposium's content to your campus-specific context.
Register online: http://studentsuccesssymposium.com/registration.html
Early Bird Deadline: September 10, 2018
Registration Deadline: September 26, 2018