Innovations in Academic Advising Symposium
October 16, 2015, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Shippensburg University Conference Center, Shippensburg PA
This one day symposium was designed to showcase innovative academic advising models. It included presentations and networking opportunities designed to foster a sharing of ideas, approaches, and breakthrough practices across institutions.
Attendees benefited from being able to 1) explore and gain new strategies, 2) build a regional network of colleagues, 3) build their professional portfolio, through presentations and a post-symposium online compendium, and 4) earn a digital badge, certificate, and CEUs.
Participants: 48 individuals from 18 different colleges and universities.
Program and Presentations
Post-Symposium Online Compendium
The following materials were submitted by presenters and attendees for posting on this website:
1. Department Centralized Advising – Developing an Undergraduate Student Subject Matter Expert, J. Cooper, J. Lewis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (slides)
2. Using Predictive Analytics to Support Advising, A. Marchant, H. Ballentine, Shenandoah University (slides)
3. Engaging Adult Learners: Practical Application of Narrative Theory in Academic Advising, B. Dorfman, Villanova University (slides)
For additional information about this event, contact Shippensburg University's Office of Professional, Continuing, and Distance Education at PCDE@ship.edu or 717-477-1502.