Hundreds of institutional leaders, faculty, student success specialists, teaching and learning technology and institutional research professionals will join us at the JNGI 2017 Gateway Course Experience Conference to create and/or improve support for students in gateway courses.
Randy Bass, Vice Provost for Education and Professor of English, Georgetown University
Saundra McGuire, Director Emerita, Center for Academic Success & Retired Assistant Vice Chancellor and Professor of Chemistry, Louisiana State University
Transparent Assignments Promote Equitable Opportunities for Student Success, Mary-Ann Winkelmes, Coordinator of Instructional Development and Research, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Lessons Learned from G2C Schools, Moderator: Sara Stein Koch, Institute Fellow, John N. Gardner Institute
Making the Sum of the Parts Greater than the Individual Pieces: Intentionally Connecting Gateway Course Redesign with Guided Pathway Efforts, Moderator: Rebecca Villarreal, Program Officer, The Kresge Foundation
More to come soon. Check back for updates.
Hotel Room Rate: $179 per night, Click here to make hotel reservations or call 888-421-1442 and mention Gateway Course Experience. Hotel cutoff date is January 17, 2017.
Fee for Conference: $595 per individual by early bird deadline of December 2, 2016 or $650 after that date; Group registration for three or more attendees from one institution is $545 per person by early bird of December 2 or $600 after that date. Free registration for Chief Academic Officer (no surrogates allowed) if four other registrants attend from one institution. Email Angie Whiteside at firstname.lastname@example.org to redeem this offer when the four people have registered.
Pre Conference Workshops: $175 (there are three to choose from) – 8 am to 12 pm, breakfast from 7:15 – 8 am.
Contact: Please contact Angela Whiteside (email@example.com or 828-449-8053) with questions or comments.
The Gateways to Completion project at Nevada State College has led to significant advances in student success among targeted populations (e.g., first-generation and diverse students), including unprecedented gains in retention, student satisfaction, and grade point average. Much of this success owes to the development of a new peer support specialist known as a “course assistant” – a peer mentor, supplemental instruction leader, and embedded tutor who attends the class sessions of critical gateway courses and provides students with high-quality academic and non-cognitive guidance. This workshop focuses on practical insights into how we created this peer support program, including the specific goals and training systems that underlie the initiative, and should provide attendees with actionable guidance on how to create like-minded programs on their home campuses.
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Higher education faculty, professionals and educators are invited to submit proposals for the JNGI 2017 Gateway Course Experience Conference.
We invite you to participate in the JNGI 2017 Gateway Course Experience Conference at the Westin Las Vegas Hotel, Las Vegas, NV. This conference offers many opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors to connect with motivated and on-target prospects while also demonstrating support for higher education’s efforts to improve student success.