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Thursday, November 2 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Developing Strategic, Individualized, and Data-Informed Networks of Support

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We will share a data-informed framework of student success by highlighting a collaborative and effectively intrusive network of support established between our First-Year Advising and Academic Achievement Centers. This nexus provides critical guidance and support to academically vulnerable students with strategically targeted and structured opportunities for holistic student development.

The Dean of Advising & First Year Programs, and Director of the Academic Achievement Center will interactively discuss the 1) evolution of advising and academic supports at the institution, 2) formulation of a strategically structured, individualized, and targeted network of support, and 3) share data from 5 cohorts of participants in a concentrated academic support plan. The topic will be presented for approximately 40 minutes (participants will be encouraged to engage and ask questions throughout), with the last 20 minutes set aside for an interactive discussion of best practices and practical applications for data/research-driven learning assistance programming.


Thursday November 2, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm EDT