Develop a working plan to align curricular and co-curricular objectives for student success.
Learn how you can develop strategic partnerships between student affairs and academic departments on your campus to improve students’ experience and success. This learn-and-work training focuses on the structural and cultural aspects of developing a successful partnership. You will learn how to:
This program is designed to help you develop a working plan that you can use as you break down silos between faculty and student services. Following each lecture session is working time for you to apply what you learn to your unique institutional context.
Successful partnerships require buy-in from leaders in both academic and student affairs. We recommend that these leaders attend the event together to develop a shared vision of what the partnership will look like at your institution. This may include:
To encourage team participation, when you register two people, a third can attend for 50% off of the registration price.
Contact Elizabeth Hubbell, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-988-1218 if you’d like additional information about the program.
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Learning Outcome:After participating in this conference, you will have a working plan to create effective student affairs and academic partnerships to enhance student experience and success.
DeWayne currently serves as the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College at Iowa Wesleyan University. Dr. Frazier’s portfolio includes the Adult and Graduate Programs, library services, academic support, international education, Registrar Office, Office of Student Development, career services, community service office, campus ministries and the university academic divisions (Business, Education, Humanities, Nursing, and Sciences). Dr. Frazier serves on the President’s Cabinet and is also a full professor in the Division of Business.
Prior to coming to Iowa Wesleyan, Dr. Frazier was the associate vice president for academic affairs and dean of the Graduate School at Campbellsville University in Kentucky, where he oversaw 17 different graduate programs in various disciplines. Prior to his work at Iowa Wesleyan, Dr. Frazier served as the Senior Vice President for International Programs at Upper Iowa University (UIU). There, Dr. Frazier oversaw campus internationalization efforts, including the implementation of an international student recruitment plan and the growth of UIU’s academic extension centers abroad.
Marilu Goodyear has thirty years’ experience as an academic program manager, information technology leader and librarian. Presently, she is Associate Vice Chancellor at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus in Kansas City. In this position, she works across the University to develop academic programs targeted at Kansas City area workforce development needs. Previously, she served for seven years as the Director of the School of Public Affairs and Administration at the University of Kansas which is #1 ranked by U.S. News and World Report. From 1999 to 2005, she held the position of Vice Provost for Information Services and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the University of Kansas where she oversaw the delivery of library, information technology, networking, telecommunications, and printing services. Dr. Goodyear holds a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado in public administration and masters’ degrees in public administration and library/information science. She is a Fellow of the National Academy for Public Administration. She specializes in decision-making processes, service management, policy development, organizational structure, human resource management, organizational change and interpersonal effectiveness.
Julie is vice provost for student success, where she oversees retention and student success, curriculum, and accreditation. Prior to serving as vice provost, Dr. Nash served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, as Honors Director, and as Gender Studies Director.
In his current role, Christopher leads the division of enrollment management, including the offices of admissions, advising and first-year experience, career services, financial aid, marketing and web administration, athletics , residence life, the Educational Opportunity Fund, public safety, and the division of student affairs. Christopher chairs the strategic enrollment management planning committee and is responsible for the development and maintenance of Ramapo's strategic enrollment management plan aimed at defining targets for rates of enrollment, persistence, and graduation, but also developing strategies to help the college reach its optimum enrollment levels. He serves as a member of the president's cabinet as well as other administrative bodies to ensure that institutional conversations and decisions take into account the impact not only on incoming student enrollment, but also on the way those decisions impact the perception, experience, and ultimate success of current students. Prior to serving as the vice president, Christopher served as the associate vice president of enrollment management and as the special assistant to the president of Ramapo College, where he was responsible for strategic planning, resource allocation, and institutional effectiveness.
Christopher earned his bachelor's degree in international relations from Saint Joseph's University (PA) and a master's in higher education administration from Harvard University. He has presented nationally on strategic enrollment management as a model for implementing change, the student engagement project at Ramapo, marketing/branding in the context of enrollment management, developing an institutional model for student success and utilizing data and modeling to predict student retention. His professional work concentrates on strategic planning, student success, higher education leadership, student engagement, and using data to drive decision making.
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To reserve your room, please click here or call 210.224.1234. Please indicate that you are with the Academic Impressions group to receive the group rate.
The rate is $190 for single or double occupancy, plus applicable tax.
A room block has been reserved for the nights of June 18, 19 and 20, 2017.
Make your reservations prior to May 29, 2017. There are a limited number of rooms available at the conference rate. Please make your reservations early.
Set along the spectacular River Walk, Grand Hyatt San Antonio located near the downtown restaurants, sites, and attractions that make San Antonio one of the most culturally rich cities in the country.
The hotel is located 8 miles from San Antonio International Airport (SAT).
Shuttle transportation to and from San Antonio International Airport and downtown is provided for a fee by SATRANS, the city's official airport shuttle, between 7:00 AM and 1:00 AM, daily.
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