Learn to coordinate existing student services to accommodate graduate students.
Graduate students have their own unique set of on-campus needs, and many existing undergraduate student services fall short in their outreach to graduate students. During this training, we will look at two distinct grad student support models from the Illinois Institute of Technology and Loyola University Chicago. You will leave with ideas to better onboard and support graduate students at your institution.
This program is designed for higher ed professionals who want to provide better student support services for graduate students. This may include:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to more effectively tailor support approaches to graduate students.
During the course of her 12-year career in student development, Dana has worked with graduate and professional students in many different capacities. She has presented on transformative leadership development, student engagement, identity intersectionality, imposter syndrome, and Title IX related topics, to name a few. During her tenure at Loyola University Chicago she developed innovative structures and programming to support graduate and professional students across disciplines. She has recently joined The Graduate School at Northwestern University to leverage her passion for graduate and professional students to provide consistent engagement opportunities. Dana has been a proud member and leader within NASPA’s AGAPSS (Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services) Knowledge Community and was recently elected to the National Co-Chair role.
In her current role at the Stuart School of Business at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Ana Rossetti provides leadership for a comprehensive array of programs and services for graduate professional students including new student orientation, academic advising, career management, and co-curricular programming and engagement. She also oversees student recruitment, alumni relations, the school’s marketing and digital communications, and leads a number of the Stuart School’s strategic initiatives. She has previously held roles focused on graduate and professional students at two other institutions, American College of Education and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Ana has been a member and leader within NASPA’s Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services (AGAPSS) Knowledge Community, for which she presented webinars on career services for graduate and professional students and on international graduate student issues. Ana has also presented on cross-cultural leadership and communication, “emerging majority” demographic trends, and her research on cultural transferability of socially responsible leadership, which was published in the Journal of College Student Development. Ana has been published in the NASPA Leadership Exchange magazine and in BizEd magazine on graduate student related topics.
AI Pro is an annual membership that gives your team unlimited access to hundreds of hours of training on the most critical issues facing higher education.For additional questions, call Bridget Dattilo at 720.988.1224.
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