Serving Post-traditional Students
|Serving Post-traditional Students|
|University of California, Riverside|
|1/12/2017 2:00 PM|
|1/12/2017 3:30 PM|
Type of Event
|Center for Ideas, http://ideasandsociety.ucr.edu/, firstname.lastname@example.org, (951) 827-1556|
Post-secondary student populations are changing, but are universities and colleges changing with them? Join us for a talk that explores how institutions and programs designed for non-working, full-time, finish-in-four students might adapt to a new student body.
Serving Post-Traditional Students: Reframing Who and How We Serve
Deborah Santiago, Vice-President for Policy and COO of Excelencia in Education
January 12, 200-3:30 PM, CHASS Interdisciplinary Building 1113 on the UC Riverside campus.
For more than 20 years, Deborah Santiago has led research and policy efforts from the community to national and federal levels to improve educational opportunities and success for all students. She co-founded Excelencia in Education to inform policy and practice, compel action, and collaborate with those committed and ready to act to increase student success. Deborah’s current research focuses on state and federal policy, financial aid, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, institutional practices, and student success in higher education.
This lecture is free and open to the public. To request a complimentary parking permit, RSVP to email@example.com and provide your name. . (Not available for current UCR students, faculty or staff.) | | Sponsored by the UC Riverside Center for Ideas and Society, the Mellon Advancing Intercultural Studies Lecture Series explores diversity in higher education, the public practice of immigrant religion, minority and immigrant civic and political engagement, and global serial migration. | For directions and more information about this and other programs, visit our website: http://ideasandsociety.ucr.edu/events/
| | | | Cost: Free