Robin Cunningham, Associate Vice President; Dean, Freshman Studies
Tracy Gottlieb, Vice President of Student Services
Tom Rzeznik, History Department Chairperson
Academic advising should not be reserved to helping students choose their courses and get their PINs, nor need it only be the work of “official” advisors. Each faculty member can serve as an advisor to students, whether it means reminding them about upcoming deadlines, making recommendations about university events, or directing them to academic support services. During this session, you will learn about the benefits of such advising, best practices, and what you can do as a faculty member to awaken the advisor within.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development: http://www.shu.edu/faculty-development/
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