A CWU Professional Development Opportunity
High Impact Practices
Friday, June 21st
Friday, June 28th
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Registration Closes Saturday May 25!
High Impact Practices (HIPs)are those which have been shown to have substantial educational benefits – particularly enhanced student success. Examples include:
- First Year Seminars and Experiences
- Common Intellectual Experiences
- Learning Communities
- Writing-Intensive Courses
- Undergraduate Research
- Collaborative Assignments and Projects
- Diversity and Global Learning
- Service Learning and Community-based Learning
- Capstone Courses and Projects
Intentional design of curricular activities and student support services combined with enhanced cooperation among academic and student success units can ensure that more students have access to, and success in, these essential components of an engaging college experience.
Please join us this summer for two days of learning, planning, and productive discussions as we
- Explore ways to integrate HIPs in the courses, programs, and services we offer students.
- Develop personal (or team) action plans.
- Identify necessary support structures and resources for success in AY 13-14.
- This is a free event.
- This is a two day participatory workshop. All participants should plan on attending and preparing for both days.
- Lunch will be provided on both days of the workshop!
- Participants will receive copies of
Workshop organizers have received HIP training from the Association of American Colleges and Universities and are excited to pass along their knowledge and provide the necessary support to increase these engaging activities across all units at Central Washington University.
- Stuart Boersma: Professional Development Coordinator and member of the Mathematics Department.
- Delores Cleary: Director of Diversity and Inclusivity and Chair of the Sociology Department.
- George Drake: Chair of the Department of English and the Writing Across the Curriculum Committee.
- Kara Gabriel: Director of Undergraduate Research and member of the Psychology Department.
- Jenna Hyatt: Director of Residence Life & New Student Programs.
- Vicki Sannuto: Interim Director of Career Service.