Student Success Webinar
High-Risk Students: A Shift From Surviving to Thriving (FREE Webinar)
Presented by Affiliate Consultant, Rishi Sriram, Ph.D., this webinar will focus on helping high-risk students move from simply surviving to thriving.
Colleges in the United States spend more than $2 billion per year on remedial, education programming designed to help high-risk students succeed. Current efforts are not working and this has been reflected in research that indicates that some initiatives are actually hurting high-risk students. Why do colleges continue to pour money into programs that are not working, and what can campus leaders to do make a difference for these students? Perhaps what is needed is a paradigm shift – a shift in perspective from trying to get high-risk students to survive to one that aims to help them thrive. This webinar will explore how to help high-risk students flourish in college.
- An understanding of the evidence that current efforts to help high-risk students are not working
- A new approach to helping high-risk students by focusing on thriving
- Practical ways for measuring thriving in students
- Suggestions for how to promote thriving on campus
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Online Credo Workshop
Presented by Laurie Schreiner, Ph.D., Thriving Quotient creator, and Joretta Nelson, Ph.D., this webinar focuses on the research conducted with thousands of students of color on predominantly white campuses.
Thriving as a student of color on a predominantly white campus presents multiple challenges, but there are clear pathways to thriving that differ by race and ethnicity. Our focus will be on the specific campus experiences that can help students of color thrive, as well as programming efforts that can make those experiences even more valuable for students from diverse backgrounds.
- A new way to measure student success for all students
- To enhance the success of students of color
- Methods for monitoring success in target groups of students
- How to engage students in the learning process, with an emphasis on how that process may be unique for different types of students
- Strategies for gaining campus ownership of student success