Monday, October 26th, 2020
12:45 PM - 1:30 PM: Poster Session
Celebrating Success
Cinderella's Glass Slipper: Creating Collaborative Relationships to Foster Student Success & Support
How can faculty collaborate with advising to provide individualized student support and foster student success? Attendees will discover the glass slipper approach for creating a best-fit support plan that help students thrive in an online setting.
Learning Objectives
1. Describe how a Grad Team empowers faculty and advisors to find a best-fit for student support
2. Outline best practices for faculty and advisors to create a best-fit plan for student support
3. Identify ways to overcome collaboration challenges between faculty and academic advising
Intended Participants: Role
QM Coordinators
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People new to the topic
Marva Brewington, Full-time Lecturer / Division Lead, American Intercontinental University
Dr. Marva Brewington is a Full-time Lecturer at American Intercontinental University. Her primary support is providing instructional methods for AIU’s Academic and Professional Success course. She serves as a member of the students’ Graduation Team where she collaborates with various departments to enhance the student experience. She also serves as the Specialty and Re-entry Division Lead, sharing student success best practices with adjunct partners, and admissions and academic leadership.