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Mark Lange
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education & Executive Director of the SBS Advising Center

College of Social and
Behavioral Sciences
UMass Amherst

128 Thompson Hall
200 Hicks Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244

413.577.1057


Resources

Presentations from the Fourth Annual New England Conference for Student Success

October 11, 2013

Full Conference Program

KEYNOTE/FEATURED PRESENTATIONS

Becky Wai-Ling Packard - Keynote Address: Beyond Programming: Toward Embedded Mentoring Practices in the Support of Student Transitions


Adriana Kezar - Keynote Address: Leading Transitions: Lessons on Strategic and Ethical Approaches to Change in Higher Education

John Lombardi - Wrap Up Discussion

CONCURRENT SESSIONS - Morning

Unless otherwise specified, these documents are all in pdf format. We will continue to add presentations as they become available.

Reactive to Proactive: Working with Students in Crisis
(Cardoso, Gray)

Destination Exploration: Discovery and Decision-Making Support for Undeclared Students
(Maietta, Medina, Finney)

Millennial Combat Veterans: How Identity Shapes Experience in College
(Hammond)

Quiet Power: Supporting Introverts Towards Self-Authorship (presentation)
Notes from the session
(Crespo)

Transitioning to AND in College: The Experiences of Trans* Students
(Beemyn, Seifert)

Early College High School Partnerships: A Strategy for Student Success
(Burns, Sisson, Grondine, Weir)

Finding the Footholds: An Orientation and One-credit Course for Community College Transfers
in STEM at a Selective Liberal Arts College

(Bacon, Packard)

CONCURRENT SESSIONS - Afternoon

Unless otherwise specified, these documents are all in pdf format. We will continue to add presentations as they become available.

Transitioning from Academic Probation to Academic Progress: A Success Focused Review
Process

(Lucozzi, Olson, Funaro)

In the Recipe for a Great First Year, just add a little S.A.G.E.!
(Dunn)

Authentic Paths: Supporting Student Leaders of Color Navigating to Academic and Co-
Curricular Success

(Collins, Young)

Dig Where You Stand: Infusing Local History and Culture into the Curriculum to Support the
Success of Diverse Student Populations

(Catallozzi, Morgan-Welch, Bautista)

Increasing Post-Secondary Student Success through Concurrent Enrollment: How Higher Ed
Institutions can Lead Reform at the High School Level
(This is a link to a Prezi presentation.)
(Narozniak)

Students Transitioning Off Campus: The Student Life Journey
(Bouchard, Linowski, Vaillancourt)