SAVE THE DATE! MARCH 18, 2014
7th Annual Arkansas Student Success Symposium
Registration Is Now Closed!
If you require assistance regarding your current registration, please contact Jeannine Hamilton at 501.852.2393 or email@example.com
The Student Success Symposium is a collaborative event between the Arkansas Department of Higher Education, Pulaski Technical College, and the University of Central Arkansas coordinated in conjunction with the Arkansas Student Success
The Student Success Collaborative is committed to supporting students during their transition to and through the higher education community by continually assessing our institutional practices and policies and by striving to intentionally connect our curricular and co-curricular activities while recognizing and addressing the varying needs of our student population.
The Student Success Collaborative strives to be the conduit on student success initiatives in the state by:
- Advocating for student issues
- Engaging partnerships between all educational stake holders
- Sharing and promoting best practices through our members
- Supporting ongoing professional development for all faculty and staff
- Influencing relevant public policy
- Collectively solving state-wide challenges related to education
The SSC currently plans and produces the annual Student Success Symposium. Membership is free but does require a commitment to the mission and goals of the organization.
New for the 2014 Student Success Symposium! Poster sessions on best practices for collaborating for student success.
Poster sessions will be presented as an exhibit and delivered primarily through the use of visual display and handout materials. Poster session leaders will have the opportunity to interact with large numbers of symposium participants. Please consider sharing your best practices through a poster session.
Please join us for the Pre-Conference Twenge Lecture
Guest Lecturer Dr. Jean Twenge will speak about her book
Generation Me: Teaching and Working with Today’s Young People
March 17, 2014
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Ida Waldran Auditorium
*Included in Symposium registration;
free tickets available to the public
by contacting 501.852.2699
If you would like to join the SSC, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org