2016 Student Success Summit
Thanks to all who participated in the 2016 Student Success Summit in Louisville. Below are materials used in the presentations.
“Practical and Proven Strategies for Elevating Your Student Success Game”
- Opening Remarks
Robert L. King, president, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
- “Elevating Student Success at Arizona State University: Practical & Proven Strategies”
Elizabeth Capaldi Phillips, University Professor, Provost Emerita, and Professor of Psychology, and Frederick Corey, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Arizona State University
- "Meta-Majors: Increasing Student Success through Engagement and Informed Choice"
Blake Johnson, Complete College America
- "Moving from Diversity to Inclusion: Getting the Best Out of Your ‘Players’ ", Handouts
Blane Harding, Director of the Center for Student Cultural Diversity, University of Nevada-Reno
- "Helping Adult Students Achieve Success: What Works and What Doesn’t"
Shirley Adams, Provost, Charter Oak State College
- "Improving Teaching and Learning Through Signature Assignments"
Natasha Jankowski, Assistant Director, National Institute of Learning Outcomes Assessment
- "Student Success Analytics"
Vince Kellen, Senior Vice Provost, University of Kentucky
- "Rethinking the Culture of STEM Education in America: Promoting Student Success and Minority Achievement"
Freeman Hrabowski, President, University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Podcasts, interviews, and other media resources: http://president.umbc.edu/media/
- "Retention without Remediation: An Alternative Approach to Developmental Reading"
Pam Petty and Daniel Super, Co-Directors, Western Kentucky University Center for Literacy
- "Reverse Transfer: Best Practice and Outcomes for Both Two-Year and Four-Year Institutions"
Cassie Poole, Assistant Registrar, Jefferson Community and Technical College, and Wes Partin, Associate Director of Transfer Services, University of Louisville
- Campus Team Reflection and Next Steps: Poll Results
||About the Summit
The Kentucky Student Success Summit provides faculty, staff and administrators an opportunity to learn from leading student success experts and to engage in stimulating discussions with colleagues from across the state. The summit features nationally-recognized experts who share evidence-based best practices to promote student learning and retention.