NACADA Annual Conference Pre-Conference Workshops

Pre-conference Workshops

The workshops are intended to be participatory sessions where you will interact with others. Enrollment will be limited so that interaction can be maximized (enroll early). The variety of sessions will provide both new and experienced advisors with an opportunity to continue professional growth.

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Thursday, October 4, 2012
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.- Lunch is included in workshop P1$115.00
P1

Academic Advising Administrators' Seminar

White,Higginson, Pennsylvania State University

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.$60.00
P2

A Primer on the Assessment of Academic Advising

Robbins, Bucknell University
Campbell, University of Texas-Austin
Zarges, Kent State University

P3

Collaborating to Help the Student on Academic Probation

Gehrke,Emporia State University

Wong,Azusa Pacific University

P4

Early College Credit: The New Counterpoint to the Freshman Melody

Nickerson, Jacobson, Iowa State University

P5

Knowing Me, Knowing You: A Strategic Guide to Creating a Culturally Responsive Advising Program

University of Louisville, Johnson,Armstrong

P6

Advising Technology Projects: Assessing, Planning, and Implementing

Ohio State University,Steele

Pasquini,University of North Texas

Utah State University,Johnson

Larsen,University of Texas-Dallas

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.$40.00
P7

Using Non-Directive Techniques to Empower Students: A Coaching Perspective

Wilmot, Berigow, Sperry,Landmark College

P8

Six Strategies for Creating Faculty Advising Partnerships: Principles & Practices

Reder, Connecticut College

P9

Not All Who Wander Are Lost: Utilizing the Advising ePortfolio and Self-Reflection for Undeclared & Exploratory Students

Payne, Anderson,Virginia Commonwealth University

P10

Empowering Ourselves With An Economic Rationale

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey,Grites

1:00-3:00 p.m.$40.00
P11

Intuitive Advising: Knowing When to be Proactive, and When to Stand Back

Hamblin, Deschamps,Utah State University

P12

Engagement 2.0: A Dialectical Approach to Understanding Advising in Social Media

Esposito,Montclair State University

P13

Universal Tracking: Improving Retention and Graduation Rates through Intentional Advising Practices

University of FloridaKepic,

1:00-4:00 p.m.$60.00
P14

Creating and/or Restructuring An Effective Advising Program

Kennesaw State UniversityKing,

Arizona State UniversitySelf,

P15

Developing a Rubric To Assess Learning in Academic Advising

Aiken-Wisniewski,University of Utah

P16

Advising Student-Athletes: A Model for Academic Success

University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Russell,Darling

1:00-5:00 p.m.$60.00
P17

Academic Advising and Consultant Speakers Service Training Workshop

Hones,Washington State University

P18

Whose Life Is It Anyway?  Training Peer Advisors to Help Students Make Their Own Decisions.

Dickmann, Maki,University of Wisconsin-Madison

P19

Empowering Yourself and Your Staff to Deliver News and Handle Conflict

Northeastern University,Kolls

Franklin Pierce University,Downing

P20

Motivational Interviewing in Advising

Pettay,Kansas State University

3:15-4:15 p.m.FREE (Repeated in C1)
P21

Orientation for First Time Attendees and New Members

NACADA Leadership

3:15-5:15 p.m.$40.00
P22

Conducting Academic Advising Research

Pennsylvania State UniversitySchulenberg,

Illinois State UniversityTroxel,

Richard Stockton College of New JerseyHagen,

P23

Maintaining a Healthy Advising Environment

Zahorik, Stockwell,Fox Valley Technical College

P24

Low-income and First Generation: In, through, and Out of College

Zike Adkins, Mospens,Northern Kentucky University


Friday, October 5, 2012
8:45-9:45 a.m. FREE (Repeat of P21)
C1

Orientation for First Time Attendees and New Members

NACADA Leaders