The Supporting Student Success research team is excited to share findings from the study at the upcoming #CACUSS16 conference in Winnipeg, June 19-22.
Findings from the research study inspired us to develop a set of principles for fostering a student-focused approach. If you have been discussing practical ways to be more student-centered in your everyday work, this is a session you will not want to miss!
Join Jacqueline Beaulieu and Tricia Seifert for an exploration of the study’s findings and an opportunity to apply proposed principles to fictional case studies inspired by the real-life experiences of participants. Wednesday, June 22 from 11:45-1:15 in Meeting Room 9.
Not attending CACUSS? Check back Wednesday, June 29 when we post the slides and invite audience members to reflect on key take-away points from the presentation.
Almost daily someone in the media questions the value of higher education. Having reviewed thousands of studies examining the impact of attending college or university on learning, development, and graduates’ quality of life, authors of the forthcoming book, How College Affects Students (volume 3) #HCASv3 conclude definitively that higher education works for students and society.
Tricia Seifert, one of the book authors, will present and discuss key findings Wednesday, June 22 from 10:45-11:30 in Meeting Room 3.