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Faculty Programming for Advising 2019-20

This series of programs focuses on faculty development for advising. One of the goals articulated in Building on the Block 2.0 is to “help students integrate the parts of their academic experience,” which includes the more specific recommendation to “create and support innovative forms of academic advising for students at all levels.” Advising should “assist students as they explore academic and co-curricular interests and offer transparent help as they investigate, select, or change their majors.” Supporting the faculty in their advising work advances this goal.

Date / Time Location Program Purpose
Thursday, Sept. 5, noon - 1:15 p.m. Tutt Library Event Space Introduction to the Student Opportunities and Advising Hub Introduces this new service to faculty and discuss ways that the Student Opportunities and Advising Hub can support students.
Thursday, Sept. 26, noon - 1:15 p.m. Tutt Library 238 Nuts and Bolts of Advising Introduces new faculty to advising at CC and reviews policies and practices with seasoned advisors.
Thursday, Nov. 7, noon - 1:15 p.m. Tutt Library 105 Introduction to the Student Opportunities and Advising Hub Introduces this new service to faculty and discuss ways that the Student Opportunities and Advising Hub can support students.
Thursday, Dec. 5, noon - 1:15 p.m. Tutt Library Event Space Study Abroad Introduces faculty advisors to best practices in advising students who are interested in study abroad.
Thursday, Jan. 30, noon - 1:15 p.m. Tutt Library Event Space Advising Students About Research and Fellowship Opportunities Introduces faculty advisors to these opportunities and the support available for students.
Thursday, Feb. 20, noon - 1:15 p.m. Tutt Library 105 Title IX for Advisors Reviews changes to Title IX and defines advisors' responsibilities.