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Developing Learning Outcomes at all levels: The goals of this session over learning outcomes at all levels include that participants will be able to: describe the levels of learning outcomes (activity, program, department, divisional); distinguish the level of specificity or breadth for each level of learning outcome; discuss levels of learning outcomes within Student Affairs that are interdependent and build on one another.
Developing Programming for Disability Allyship: Have you wondered about how to include disability in programming? Have you wanted to transform your programming from awareness or advocacy to allyship? Let's talk about inclusion and accessibility in approaching programmatic allyship!
Evaluating a Blended Tutorial Support Model: Implications for Community College Student Success: Ongoing innovations in technology invite campus instructional support leaders to consider the utility of blending online tools and traditional strategies for student success. This session presents findings from a recent study examining community college student success outcomes for pairing an online tutorial support platform with traditional face-to-face individualized tutoring.
Meaningful Community Partnerships for Adult Learners: Institutions of higher education today see a population of adult learners growing throughout their academic communities. It is critical to pursue and establish partnerships with external entities that are equally committed to the success of these students.
Religious Freedom, the Law, and Higher Education: Join Expert in Residence Cody Nielsen alongside Dr. John Wesley Lowery, one of the experts in the field of the law and higher education, as we explore the many cases that have created space and requirement in many ways of higher education to include religious identities of students in their diversity work.
Retaining Students One By One: This session will show participants how Le Moyne College used institutional mission and the value of holistic education to transform its retention practices and increase its retention in 3 years by more than 5%.
Standards do exist for Education Abroad: Focus on Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management: This briefing will provide a brief overview of The Forum on Education Abroad, The Standards of Good Practice with an emphasis on the standard dealing specifically with health, safety, security and risk management. Participants will be shown the many resources available that address these concerns.
Reflections on Student Involvement: A Comprehensive Co-Curricular Approach: In this session, the presenter will share project details and changes over the three different years of the study. Additionally, there will be information about the assessment methods, what was learned, and how this approach could be applied at other institutions.
The Student Affairs Mid-Level Administrator: The Power and Strength of Leading from the Middle: During this session, we will explore the foundational skills of the successful mid-manager and the importance of leading from the middle of the organization. We will also share tips and advice on how to apply these concepts to achieve excellence as a mid-level administrator.
Using Campus Climate and Clery Data to Create a Campus Infrastructure to Combat Sexual Violence: This presentation explores a university’s attempt to provide a holistic campus wide infrastructure that goes beyond basic compliance. The presenter will discuss a three-tiered prevention model that involves the entire campus community, and utilizes Clery and Campus Climate Survey data to guide the education and programming for the campus.
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