"We're thrilled to receive the SEMILLAS grant, and committed to promoting Latino student success by replicating our most promising and innovative programs."
Association of American Colleges and Universities 2012 Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success: Leadership to Make Excellence Inclusive
Deborah Santiago, Excelencia's vice president for policy and research, will participate as faculty for this institute.
The Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success is designed to help campus, system, or regional collaborative teams (faculty, student affairs professionals, institutional leaders, students). The institute curriculum addresses the challenge of leading for change in an era of austerity. It offers innovative models for program implementation and assessment. The program will be of particular interest to campus- or system-wide cross-functional teams working on programmatic curricular and co-curricular change, assessment of new or existing programs or practices, or development of effective institutional collaborations. The institute is also ideal for teams working on accreditation.
This event is private.
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