DAY AT A GLANCE
|Session 1||Session 2||Session 3||Session 4||Session 5|
|9.00—10.15am||Plenary and Keynote: Dr George Kuh: Advising for Student Success: Why and How HIPs Matter|
Navigating Awkward and Difficult Advising Conversations
Cultivating Creativity: The Honors Curricular and Co-Curricular Experience
Education Abroad 101
FERPA at UConn: the Whys, Whats and Hows
CLAS undergraduate policies, procedures and practices
Responding to Students in Crisis
Developing Your Leadership Voice: What is Your Thinking Style?
Active Listening: The Quiet Superpower
Supporting Undocumented Students
Making the Most of StudentAdmin
|12.50—1.50pm||Lunch with Dr Rory McGloin|
It Takes a Village: Student Supports and Opportunities at UConn
From Stress to Success: Stress Management for Advisors and their Students
Advising in an Intercultural and Multicultural World
HIP Check: Is Our Gen Ed Engaging?
ADA and CSD: Why are So Many Students Approved for Accommodations?
Why UConn is so HIP: High Impact Educational Practices at UConn and Beyond
Public Speaking: Story-telling, Spectacles, and Sincerity: Reaching Audiences of All Sizes
If You See Something, Say Something: Mandated Reporting at UConn
Using Technology to Connect with Your Students
Grow Your Advising Skills Using Counseling Techniques
|4.40—5.30pm||Reception with Dr George Kuh|
ARTICLES TO REVIEW FOR KEYNOTE
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If you require an accommodation to participate in the conference, please contact the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at 860-486-0457 or email Kathleen Carnelli by Friday, August 10, 2018.