Monday, February 27


P1: Opening the Secrets of Brain Anatomy and Functions to Improve Student Learning and Study Habits

1-3 p.m. | Cost: $40
Mary Francis | Oklahoma State University

The brain is an amazing organ, always growing and developing new processes and pathways. With all the research about brain development and function, we still do not know everything about it. Advisors who understand brain function and development can help their students harness this power to become more effective and productive students. Using research from Kolb, Lobdell, Duckworth, and others, we will look at our personal study philosophy, learning preferences, and study effectiveness to see what we could change to become better learners. Then we will discuss and practice this new information to teach our students how to be more effective learners of information and successful students.

P2: Maximize Your NACADA Membership and Your Conference Experience

4:30-5:30 p.m. | Cost: Free - no registration necessary.
NACADA Leaders

We've combined the best advice and put it into one session. All participants are invited to discover the opportunities to maximize their membership experience. Through activity and discussion attendees will learn more about the resources and leadership opportunities available within NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising and the divisions that make up the association's structure.



Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown
February 27-March 1, 2023
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Call for Proposals | Closed

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Sarah Ayres
Oklahoma State University

Tennent Emmons
Oklahoma City Community College

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