Successful faculty advising programs topic of Feb. 22 Internet seminar
The National Academic Advising Association will present a live Internet-broadcast seminar, "Components of a Successful Faculty Advising Program: Institutional Commitment, Professional Development, Incentives and Recognition," from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22. Viewing will be available in the Great Room (Room 100) of McNeely Hall.
Presenter Jayne Drake will address four points:
- The need for broad institutional commitment to faculty advising from key stakeholders
- The importance of clearly articulated mission, process and goal statements
- The components of a successful faculty adviser-development program
- The incentives and rewards important in acknowledging and promoting excellence in advising.
This program will be of particular interest to faculty advisers, departmental and institutional advising coordinators, advising administrators, academic administrators and others charged with developing coordinating, maintaining and assessing faculty advising programs.
For more information, contact Dr. John Krebsbach, associate dean for academic advising and special programs, (651) 962-6300.