Drop in Q & A: Meet the Experts for a Conversation about Starting a Campus First-generation Center or Program

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- Add to Calendar 2022-09-28 14:00:00 2022-09-28 15:00:00 Drop in Q & A: Meet the Experts for a Conversation about Starting a Campus First-generation Center or Program Drop in to join members of the Center for First-generation Student Success Advocacy Group for a casual conversation about how they were involved in starting first-generation centers, programs, and initiatives. This is an interactive session without a formal program. Bring your questions and any concerns or barriers you need help troubleshooting. Our facilitators will offer suggestions based on their experiences working at colleges and universities of various sizes, including two-year institutions, that are applicable no matter the size of the student body. Hosted by: Maria Dykema Erb, director, The Newbury Center, Boston University, and Kelley O’Neal, executive director, Byrne Student Success Center, Texas A&M University. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Drop in to join members of the Center for First-generation Student Success Advocacy Group for a casual conversation about how they were involved in starting first-generation centers, programs, and initiatives. This is an interactive session without a formal program. Bring your questions and any concerns or barriers you need help troubleshooting. Our facilitators will offer suggestions based on their experiences working at colleges and universities of various sizes, including two-year institutions, that are applicable no matter the size of the student body. Hosted by: Maria Dykema Erb, director, The Newbury Center, Boston University, and Kelley O’Neal, executive director, Byrne Student Success Center, Texas A&M University. Free registration.


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