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Wednesday, April 7, 2021

From the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Posted: Friday, April 2, 2021

Elevating Student Success in Our Current Environment Conversation Series - 'Meeting Students Where They Are with Digital Supports: A Panel Discussion' - April 13

I am excited to announce that Gregory Wadsworth, associate professor of biology; Kimberly Kamper-DeMarco, assistant professor of psychology; and Mary Beth Sullivan, lecturer in the College Writing Program, will present “Meeting Students Where They Are with Digital Supports: A Panel Discussion,” as the next speakers in our Elevating Student Success in Our Current Environment Series, on Tuesday, April 13, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. via Zoom videoconference. The panel discussion will be moderated by John Draeger, professor of philosophy and director of the Teaching and Learning Center. This series is co-sponsored by the Title III Taskforce and the Professional Development Center. Please register through the Workshop Registration System.

What does student success mean at Buffalo State College? What are the individual ways that we cultivate student success at the college, and how can we as individuals apply these practices to our own work to support the students we serve? Join us as we learn from our colleagues their definition of student success and the specific practices we as staff or faculty members can apply to better support the intellectual, personal, and professional growth of our students. Each conversation will involve a 10-to-15-minute presentation from a staff or faculty member focused on his or her definition of student success and effective practices that others can apply to their work with students. These conversations will then be followed by a 45-to-50-minute facilitated conversation by a member of the Title III Task Force about how we can apply these practices to our individual work with students. We will also discuss similar practices colleagues found to be effective and build off of the ideas presented to elevate these practices across campus.

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