First Learning Outcome: How to successfully facilitate processes that involve diverse stakeholders and promote collaboration and inclusiveness ultimately achieving consensus.
Second Learning Outcome: The importance of grasping the intricacies of diverse institutional cultures both holistically and systematically with the ability to understand interconnectedness and view principles from different vantage points.
Third Learning Outcome: The ability to identify and communicate the need for change, utilize critical data for direction and support, work collaboratively with diverse groups across all levels, and effectively lead the process to ensure success.
Intended Audience: General Audience
Dena Lawrence University of Illinois System Office
Jennifer Harbaugh Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Transfer Students Can Be a Sure Bet!
Transfer > Session
Transfer can be complex, leaving some institutions and systems a bit reticent to ‘bank on’ this important, diverse segment of the student population. That needn’t be the case. Attend this interactive session to discuss proven approaches for strengthening the success of your transfer students.
Illinois has the highest baccalaureate degree completion rate of transfer students in the nation. We will examine challenges and effective approaches to support your student success – even in a large, dynamic, diverse higher education system. This will include institution-, system- and state-level initiatives.
Come to learn; come to share; come to take away ideas for collaborative decision-making, maximizing diversity and inclusion through transfer, using holistic and systemic thinking to breakdown challenges, and key strategies for change-management to keep up with current trends in transfer.
Monday, July 15, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM