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Event : COE1


Session : COE724
Supporting Students with Disabilities in On-Line Courses
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

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  • Online courses provide flexibility and a degree of anonymity that may be attractive to students with disabilities. However, success in online courses often calls for more organization and self-direction— and these present a challenge to all students. Examine a range of strategies to assist students with disabilities who are enrolled in online courses. Learn how to work with students to determine if they are good candidates for such courses. Examine a range of approaches currently used in Disabled Student Services programs for providing support for students who are enrolled online.
  • Presenter: Jane Jarrow, Director, Disability Policy and Education, Council for Opportunity in Education, Columbus, OH
  • Moderator: Glasetta Barksdale, Director, Student Support Services, Olive Harvey College, Chicago, IL


Session : COE725
Building Campus Coalitions and Alliances to Advance Undergraduates
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

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  • Campus units and academic departments can work together to benefit TRIO participants. Explore how academic support programs use enrollment management, administrative and academic units to improve the retention and graduation rates of students. Learn strategies that can increase support and university “buy-in” for your programs. Join us as we share our efforts to maximize campus resources and involve other programs/departments in the delivery of quality support services.
  • Presenter: Muriel Grimmett, Deputy Executive Director, Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, NV
  • Presenter: John Matsui, Biology Scholars Program Director, University of California - Berkeley, CA
  • Moderator: Kathryn Kailikole, Executive Director for STEM Program Developmen, Council for Opportunity in Education, Washington, DC


Session : COE726
Tapping Community Resources
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

File Size : 11.6 MB

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  • The facilitators will lead you—step-bystep— through the process of developing an application for funds from a community or corporate foundation. Identify two realistic components to be added or expanded in your program for which to seek support. Identify possible sources of support. Examine critical sections of common applications for grants and develop an action plan for realizing these much-needed dollars.
  • Presenter: Andrea Brockmeyer, Academic Coordinator, Talent Search, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
  • Presenter: Christina Saraceno, Development Officer, Double Discovery Center, Columbia University, New York, NY
  • Presenter: Donna Thompson, Director, Upward Bound/CONNCAP, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
  • Moderator: Ryan Ross, Director, Talent Search, Community College of Denver, CO


Session : COE727
Advising Student-Athletes: What You Need to Know
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

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  • Student athletes may face particular challenges that can lead to poor academic performance and reduced graduation rates. These challenges can be even greater for athletes who transfer and athletes from underrepresented backgrounds. Learn how to help student-athletes develop long-range academic goals to balance their athletic plans. NCAA regulations, core requirements, selection of a major, and graduation requirements, as well as financial aid considerations will be addressed. Case studies from a small Minnesota state university with both NCAA Division I and II teams will be presented.
  • Presenter: Sharon Gritzmacher, Learning Skills Specialist, Student Support Services, Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN
  • Moderator: Deborah Hollier, Director, Student Support Services, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA


Session : COE729
Evaluation: Key to Funding and Sustaining Access Programs
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

File Size : 10.3 MB

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  • Evaluation is essential to sustaining access programs. Storytelling about the fine work you do is not enough—you need proof of your program’s success. Join this introduction to outcome-based performance. Learn the basic concepts of and practical strategies for evaluation. Incorporate evaluation into your programming, and discover its positive impact on funding opportunities.
  • Presenter: Teresa Thompson-Pinckney, Assistant Director of Special Programs, Student Support Services, Upward Bound, Talent Search, Educational Opportunity Centers & GEAR UP, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC
  • Moderator: Anita Rosso, Director, Student Support Services, DePaul University, Chicago, IL


Session : COE732
When Parents Engage, Students Succeed
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

File Size : 10.7 MB

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  • Learn a recipe for parental engagement from the creator of a highly-successful pre-college Parent Academy and two parent- participants. The Upward Bound Parent Academy at Santa Ana College has a monthly attendance of approximately 75% (out of 70 families). Students’ grades, retention, and commitment all improved as parental involvement grew. Presenters describe what makes this such a worthwhile enterprise, including the support and resistance encountered.
  • Presenter: Romelia Madrigal Bryant, Director, Upward Bound, Student Support Services, Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, CA
  • Presenter: Helen Delgado, Parent, Upward Bound, Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, CA
  • Presenter: Teresa Servin, Parent, Upward Bound, Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, CA
  • Moderator: Michelle Jones, Coordinator, Upward Bound, Atlanta Metropolitan College, Atlanta, GA


Session : COE733
Real Community Collaborations
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

File Size : 8.8 MB

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  • Reaching out to social service agencies, school divisions, the military, business and industry, church groups, and state agencies can make your program stronger. This session offers practical advice for working cooperatively with institutions of all kinds and focuses on how organizations can leverage their resources for greater program impact. Learn about some of the potential barriers to cooperation and how to overcome them.
  • Presenter: Lawrence Dotolo, President, Educational Opportunity Centers, Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education, Norfolk, VA
  • Moderator: Sue Hawks-Foster, Director, Educational Opportunity Programs, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA


Session : COE734
Does the Dean Know Your Program? Moving from the Margin to Mainstream
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

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  • Becoming an integral part of a college or agency (without losing focus on a particular group of students) is a common and difficult challenge facing opportunity programs. Two university vice presidents—former TRIO Directors—assist attendees in developing practical strategies to approach the dilemma.
  • Presenter: James Anderson, Vice President for Student Success, State University of New York - Albany, NY
  • Presenter: Hal Payne, Vice President, Student Affairs, SUNY - Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY
  • Moderator: Holly Moore McKee, Director, Student Support Services, Kellogg Community College, Battle Creek, MI


Session : COE735
Strategies for Improving Student Retention: A Problem-Solving Session
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

File Size : 9.6 MB

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  • Come to this interactive session to ask one of the nation’s leading authorities on student retention about how you can improve your program. From teaching, to assessment, to early warning systems, get answers to all of your burning retention questions.
  • Presenter: Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University Professor, School of Education, Syracuse University, Senior Scholar, Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education, Council for Opportunity in Education, Syracuse, NY
  • Moderator: Colleen O’Brien, Vice President of Research and Director, Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education, Council for Opportunity in Education, Washington, DC


Session : COE736
Budgeting Without Fear: Guide to Successful Fiscal Management
Conference : The College Access Revolution - 2007 Annual Conference

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  • This session is designed to familiarize new professionals with federal regulations that govern the fiscal management of federal programs. When does EDGAR require prior written approval to change budget line items? If an item is allowable in the program regulations, is it always allowable no matter the cost? What items are non-allowable other than those specified in the Non-Allowable Costs section of the program regulations? Emphasis is placed on enabling each attendee to locate relevant sections of the regulations and to explain their interpretation of the regulations.
  • Presenter: Daniel Connell, Associate Provost, Academic Outreach and Support, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY
  • Presenter: Lucy Jones, Coordinator of TRIO Programs, Rich Mountain Community College, Mena, AR
  • Presenter: Karen Texeira, Director, Upward Bound, CUNY - John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
  • Moderator: Tonia Jones, Director, Upward Bound, University of Georgia, Athens, GA



     


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