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“Understanding Advising and Student Success - What Advisors want Faculty to Know”

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 12pm to 1pm

Virtual Event

The Center for Teaching and Learning presents


“Understanding Advising and Student Success - What Advisors want Faculty to Know”


Facilitated by Angela Scoggins, Director of Undergraduate Advising, ATEC, Megan Grey Hering, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies, A&H, and Betsy Winter, Academic Project Manager, BBS


What do academic advisers wish faculty understood about the role of advising in promoting student success? Join us for a conversation with advisers about their role and how faculty and advisers together can support students in making informed decisions and developing personal



Tuesday, October 12, 2021

12:00pm – 1:00pm


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