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Promoting Partnerships between Student Affairs & Academic Affairs: Building Bridges Across the Curriculum and Co-Curriculum (EDU775N)

Presented by: Joe Cuseo
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How Academic and Student Affairs’ Partnerships Can Help Bridge the Gap Between the Curriculum and Co-Curriculum.

A long trail of higher education research points to a persistent gap between students’ in-class and out-of-class learning experiences, exacerbated by rigid divisional boundaries (silos) between academic and student affairs. Bridging this gap and forging productive partnerships between the curriculum and co-curriculum is essential for creating a more “seamless” educational experience for undergraduates and a more unified sense of campus community. Integrating the professional forces of academic and student affairs and harnessing their collective power is also critical for increasing student retention and college completion rates.

Research consistently demonstrate that retention initiatives developed collaboratively and delivered jointly by these two major educational divisions result in more comprehensive support programs with greater impact on student persistence than do initiatives developed independently and delivered in isolation.

In this session by expert speaker Joe Cuseo you will acquire research-based practices and theoretically-grounded principles for implementing two old, but still relevant adages: “It takes the whole college to educate the whole student” and “Retention is everybody’s business.” You will be equipped with strategies for coordinating the content and process (delivery) of the curriculum and co-curriculum in ways that simultaneously support students’ academic persistence, personal (holistic) development, and professional (career) preparation.

Learning Objectives

  • Articulate the importance of promoting symbiotic and synergistic partnerships between academic and student affairs
  • Identify a common language of student learning and student success that can be used across the curriculum and co-curriculum
  • Identify common learning outcomes or indicators of student success that require the united work of academic and student affairs
  • Appreciate the mutually reinforcing power of both classroom-based academic learning and experiential-based learning outside the classroom
  • Capitalize on naturally occurring “intersection points” and campus initiatives where the work of academic and student affairs may be integrated and magnified
  • Develop intentional strategies for building cross-divisional relationships and cross-functional networks
  • Create practices, processes, and artifacts in the co-curriculum that parallel those found in the formal curriculum
  • Identify strategies for developing a faculty culture that values and promotes co-curricular learning experiences

Bonus Handouts

In addition to the PowerPoint slides, you will receive narrative, referenced manuscripts authored by the facilitator on topics such as:

  • The Case for a Holistic Approach to Promoting Student Success
  • Rational Arguments and Empirical Evidence for Developing Partnerships between Academic & Student Affairs
  • The Human Dimension: Creating Alliances between Academic and Student Affairs through Intentional Relationship-Building
  • Got Faculty? Stimulating Faculty Involvement in Student Success Initiatives
  • The Often-Underestimated Role of Staff in Promoting Student Retention & Student Learning

Who Should Attend?

The concepts and strategies discussed in this webinar should be relevant to:

  • Student Affairs Professionals
  • Academic Support Professionals
  • First-Year Experience Specialists
  • Academic Administrators
  • Instructional Faculty Interested in Connecting their Classroom Practices with Student Support Services and Student Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom
About Our Speaker(s)

Joe Cuseo | Student Success &  Retention SpeakerJoe Cuseo
Joe Cuseo holds a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology and Assessment from the University of Iowa and is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Marymount College (California)-where for more than 25 years he directed the first-year seminar-a core course required of all new students.  He is a 14-time recipient of the ... More info

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