Institute for Student Success

Schedule of Events

January 16, 2014

Time Morning sessions will be held in the Kate Buchanan Room on the HSU Campus. Room locations for afternoon workshops will be provided on the day of the event.
8:00 am Registration, Continental Breakfast
9:00-11:00 am

This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultyKeynote Workshop: Thomas Brown

Pathways to Persistence: How & Why YOU Matter to Student Success

11:00-11:45 am

Learning & Teaching Poster Showcase

11:45 am – 1:00 pm

Lunch, Raffles

1:15 – 2:45 pm

Workshop Breakout Session I (Choose 1)

Everyone is welcome to participate in any workshop.


"S" Logo for staffindicates workshops that will be of special interest to staff.


"F" logo, indicating Facultyindicates workshops that will be of special interest to faculty.

"S" and "F" logo indicate workshops will be of interest to both staff and faculty.Workshops with both icons will be of interest to both staff and faculty

This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultyReframing “At-Risk” to “High-Potential”: Supporting Student Achievement and Success

Thomas Brown (Keynote Speaker)

Supporting HSU’s Student Veterans This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & Faculty

Kim Hall (Veterans Enrollment and Transition Services) and Angela Rich (Retention and Inclusive Student Success)

Using a Blog-Based Environment to Support a Community of LearnersThis workshop will be of interest to faculty.

Morgan Barker (eLearning), Daniel Fiore (eLearning), and the Child Development Team


This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultyMy Hidden Strength: Fostering Resilience and Success for Non-Privileged Students

Vincent Feliz (Student Affairs)


This workshop will be of interest to faculty.Building Community and Motivation Using Social Media Tools

Deidre Pike (Journalism)


This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultySustainability & Diversity: Blending Shared Goals to Promote an Inclusive Campus

J. Mark Baker (Politics), TallChief Comet (Facilities Management), Kevin Fingerman (Environmental Science & Management), Kate Lancaster (School of Business), John Meyer (Politics) and Sarah Ray (Environmental Studies)

3:00 – 4:30 pm

Workshop Breakout Session II (Choose 1)

Everyone is welcome to participate in any workshop.


"S" Logo for staffindicates workshops that will be of special interest to staff.


"F" logo, indicating Facultyindicates workshops that will be of special interest to faculty.


"S" and "F" logo indicate workshops will be of interest to both staff and faculty.Workshops with both icons will be of interest to both staff and faculty

 

 

 

 

 

Understanding and Applying Racial Identity This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultyDevelopment Theory as a Critical Skill for Educators Serving Students of Color

Thomas Brown (keynote presenter)

This workshop will be of interest to faculty.Using Web-Based Activities to Enhance Classroom-Based Courses

Aaron Hohl (Forestry) and Jayne McGuire (Recreation Administration)

This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultyImprov and Pedagogy: Strategies to Promote Learning and Community

Marianne Ahokas (English), Everardo Cuevas (HSU student), David Stacey (English)

This workshop will be of interest to faculty.Cooperative Learning: Using the Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique (IF-AT)

Melanie Michalak (Geology)

Supporting Student Survivors of Sexual Violence

This workshop will be of interest to both Staff & FacultyKim Berry (CRGS ), Paula Arrowsmith Jones (North Coast Rape Crisis Team), Randi Darnall Burke (Dean of Students), Maxwell Schnurer (Communications)

This workshop will be of interest to faculty.The ‘Clip-On’ Career Workshop: Integrating Career Advice into Course Planning

Loren Collins (Career Center) and Alison Holmes (International Studies)

4:30 – 6:00 pm

Happy Hour & Social Mixer