The Spring 2014 Institute for Student Success is a one-day professional development event for staff, faculty, and administrators that focuses on promoting inclusive student success.
Featuring keynote speaker Thomas Brown, nationally recognized expert on student success, academic advising, professional development, and supporting underrepresented students, will present a strategy-based workshop called Pathways to Persistence: How and Why YOU Matter to Student Success. Brown will also be offering two afternoon workshops: Reframing: "At-Risk" to "High-Potential": Supporting Student Achievement and Success and Understanding and Applying Racial Identity Development Theory as a Critical Skill for Educators Serving Students of Color.
Choose from 12 dynamic afternoon workshops, presented by HSU staff and faculty, including:
Building Community and Motivation Using Social Media Tools
Sustainability and Diversity: Blending Shared Goals to Promote an Inclusive Campus
Improv and Pedagogy: Strategies to Promote Learning and Community
Participants will also enjoy a continental breakfast, full lunch, and an end-of-day happy hour and social mixer! Prize drawings during lunch and happy hour/social mixer.
We look forward to seeing you there!