Faculty Support for Student Success Conference
Each spring, undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit research, film, prepared musical or artistic works, or developed literary works in for the annual Student Success Conference. This is an excellent opportunity for your students to share research, internship experiences, and projects they may have completed with you over the course of the year.
As a faculty member, you can get involved in the Conference in a number of ways.
- include the Conference as a course activity (voluntary or required). Students can submit to the conference to present projects from your class, present on topics they are researching, or attend other students’ presentations.
- serve as a Departmental Liaison for the Conference. Because of the interdisciplinary and cross-campus nature of the event and activities, as a Liaison you can provide vital information to your colleagues and students AND help ensure that your Department is represented at the Conference.
- serve as an oral session moderator, or a judge for an oral or poster presentations during the event. This would be a perfect way to support our students, and provide much needed mentorship and feedback.
- join our planning committee! Faculty from across the campus work together to work on the plan for the event, identify potential keynote speakers, develop partnerships with other campus offices student groups.