Yes, there will be additional presenters for this sessionCommittee: Group III: Records and Academic Services
First Learning Outcome: Learn how the Registrar role goes beyond providing transactional services.
Second Learning Outcome: Learn how the Registrar can shape organizational and institutional culture.
Third Learning Outcome: Learn how the Registrar can contribute to student learning and personal development.
Core Competency: Problem Solving
Proficiency: Records & Academic Services Proficiencies
Intended Audience: General Audience / Intended for Everyone
This panel of long-time law registrars will discuss how their roles have grown over the years along with institutional expectations. We will talk with the attendees as well, comparing how the size of the institution and other factors affect this growth. We will talk about ways to advocate for keeping our positions manageable, ways technology and collaboration can ease these burdens, and resources to learn about these new responsibilities and develop them when you cannot get them off your plate.
Theresa Gallo Drexel University Kline School of Law
Pontus Niklasson University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Simone Woung Georgetown University
NNLSO: The Ever-Expanding Role of the Law Registrar
The role of the registrar is to be the steward of academic records and curricular data. So, how did we end up with all this… stuff? For law registrars, in particular, it can often feel like you’re playing the part of five offices in a mini-university. How does this happen, what does it look like, and how can we keep it manageable?
Submission ID: 18973
Room C125-126P: 4/5/2022, 01:15 PM - 02:00 PM