Since 2011 the Institute for Student Success has been organizing workshops to facilitate professional development for faculty, staff, and administrators. The goal of these events is plain and simple - to improve the success of HSU students.
To review the offerings of past workshops or book groups, please select any from the list below.
Spring 2014 - Keynote: Thomas Brown
Fall 2013 - Keynote: Dr. Eric Mazur
Spring 2013 - Keynote: Dr. Kathleen F. Gabriel
Fall 2012 - Keynote: Dr. Kimberly Tanner
Spring 2012 - Keynote: Dr. Claude Steele
Spring 2011 - Keynote: Dr. George Kuh / Keynote: Dr. Barbara Millis, Plenary: Milton Randle
Fall 2013 - Mindset: The New Psychology of Success / Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses / Latino/Latina College Students: Theory, Models, and Practices for Understanding Diversity and Creating Inclusion / This Fine Place So Far From Home: Voices of Academics from the Working Class (excerpts)
Spring 2013 - Why Arent' We There Yet? / Generation on a Tightrope / Learner Centered Teaching
Fall 2012 - Teaching Unprepared Students / Whistling Vivaldi / First-Generation Student Experience
Spring 2012 - How Learning Works / Microaggressions in Everyday Life / First-Generation Student Experience
Fall 2011 - Learning Communities: Reforming Undergraduate Education / Teaching With Your Mouth Shut / Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools: Closing the Achievement Gap in America's Classrooms
Spring 2011 - Small Group Instruction in Higher Education / Student Success in College / Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools: Closing the Achievement Gap in America's Classrooms
We look forward to working with everyone throughout the year to support the strategies that participants found most interesting and useful.Skip to Navigation