Brown bag live teleconference on 'Academic and Career Advising' is April 26

Brown bag live teleconference on 'Academic and Career Advising' is April 26

A national teleconference, "Academic and Career Advising: Keys to Student Success," will be broadcast live from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in Room 304, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.

The event is open to the UST community. You are invited to attend and bring a bag lunch.  Beverages and desert will be provided.

Panel members for this discussion include:

  • Dr. Paul Gore, associate professor of educational psychology and student success special projects coordinator at the University of Utah
  • Joycelyn Harney, dean of students at the College of DuPage in Illinois
  • Betsy McCalla-Wriggins, higher education specialist for the Center for the Advancement of Learning at Rowan University in New Jersey

Academic and career advising is critical in teaching students how to move from overwhelmed first-year students to graduating seniors with meaningful and intentional career plans. Participants in this live broadcast will gain insight into the necessary components of career and academic advising programs.

The teleconference is produced by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition and is sponsored by Academic Counseling, the Career Development Center and the Opus College of Business.