Student Success With Dr. George Kuh
October 3rd at 11:45 a.m. in the Student Center - Cinema
Dr. George Kuh is someone who has touched the life of every student and instructor on campus through his work on High Impact Practices (HIPs). Kuh is the Chancellor's Professor Emeritus and Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA). He has helped research the importance of and publish papers on HIPs that have been used on most campuses around the country.
First Year Seminars and Experiences, Undergraduate Research, Diversity/Global Learning, Service Learning, Community Based Learning, Writing Intensive Courses, Internships, Collaborative Assignments and Projects, Learning Communities and Capstone Projects are examples of HIPs and the focus of Dr. Kuh?s work. In addition to the High Impact Practices, Dr. Kuh has written more than 350 publications and several hundred presentations are on topics related to institutional improvement, college student engagement, assessment strategies, and campus cultures.
We are delighted to host Dr. Kuh at our UW-Parkside campus October 3. He will address the campus at 11:45 a.m. in the Cinema to share more in-depth information relevant to all those interested in learning more about his work focusing on student success. In addition, he will be having small group sessions with Department Chairs, Deans, Student Affairs, Chancellor's and Provost's Cabinets to specifically discuss student success and learn more about what we are doing at our own campus to drive a more highly engaged student population.