January 30, 2018 - 7:00 AM to February 3, 2018 - 10:00 AM
Community college workforce and economic development efforts, now more than ever, require collaboration and cooperation across policies, practices, initiatives, partners, and funders. These critical intersections serve to build a sustainable, inclusive and forward thinking workforce. Further intersecting is the work our professional community does with foundation, industry, and federal partners in effectively serving our students..
February 1, 2018 - 8:00 AM to February 3, 2018 - 5:00 PM
AHEAD invites you to join us in New Orleans for the 12th annual Management Institute. The Institute offers five in-depth, 13-hour hour workshops AND a half-day of bonus “snapshot” presentations for all attendees on Saturday, February 3. The five, two-day Institutes cover a range of topics of interest to disability service professionals, student affairs staff and administrators, and TRiO personnel. Each attendee chooses ONE Institute for an in-depth focus on a specific topic. AHEAD’s Management & TRiO Institutes offer an intimate setting, hands-on learning, networking opportunities, and experienced faculty that bring attendees back year after year. We hope you can join us this year.
February 1, 2018 - 4:00 PM to February 3, 2018 - 12:00 PM
We have fully revamped the Institute curriculum to better meet the needs of today's advisors.
From more flexible Work Group options to progressive plenary (general) sessions the Assessment Institute has been honed to provide new and seasoned advisors an in-depth look into Academic Advising and Assessment. Take a look at the new schedule of events to see what has changed. While we have updated the curriculum, some things will stay the same including our outstanding networking opportunities and attendees' ability to take home an Action Plan that they can put to use on their campus.
What to expect:
Assessment of academic advising is essential for a successful and effective academic advising program on any campus. This working institute will be an intensive two and a half days focused on the components of a successful assessment program as well as specific strategies and tools for developing and implementing assessment programs on your campus.
Why you should attend:
Develop a vision for advising on your campus
Understand national resources that offer student feedback & information about advising
Learn how to identify resources & allies in the areas of institutional Research & Institutional Planning
Learn to connect your plan to the institutional strategic planning process
Learn how to communicate this information to campus colleagues to generate collaboration & understanding
Use benchmarking to document the success of your plan
February 2, 2018 - 11:00 AM to February 3, 2018 - 4:00 PM
The Executive Committee is comprised of 14 representatives elected by the delegates each year in spring and the Executive Director (ex officio member). As noted in the bylaws, this group adopts procedures, implements policies adopted at the plenary sessions, transacts business, and performs other functions that are not inconsistent with the intent, purposes, and provisions of the Bylaws and Senate Rules. The Executive Committee meets every month except July. You can download the agendas and minutes
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