Keynote Speaker Denise Bartell, PhD.
Dr. Bartell is Associate Vice Provost for Student Success at the University of Toledo, where she leads strategic initiatives related to the retention and success of students from pre-college through degree completion, with a particular focus on improving equity of access and experience for students historically marginalized by higher education. Her scholarly work focuses on taking a holistic, equity-minded, assets-focused approach to supporting student success, most recently exploring a reconceptualization of traditional faculty development models to utilize principles of high impact, applied learning and authentic engagement to better support historically marginalized students. In addition to publication and presentations at the state and national levels, she regularly leads workshops on equity-focused student success program development and assessment. Dr. Bartell has a BS from Cornell University and an MS and PhD from the University of Texas at Austin, all in the interdisciplinary field of Human Development.
Thursday July 8th, 2021
OHAAA Conference Check-In
Welcome, Introductions, Business Meeting & Voting
Keynote – Denise Bartell, PhD
Dr. Bartell is Associate Vice Provost for Student Success at the University of Toledo, where she leads strategic initiatives related to the retention and success of students from pre-college through degree completion, with a particular focus on improving equity of access and experience for students historically marginalized by higher education.
Collaborative Advising for CCP Students
Danielle Reid-Filak, CCP Specialist, Activities Beyond The Classroom & Cincinnati Public Schools & Lorrie Bishop-Cox, Manager, College Credit Plus, Cincinnati State Community And Technical College
This presentation will discuss a collaborative approach to developing tools for CCP advising. Tools and collaboration are a necessity as more high school students navigate college course selection that contributes to graduation requirements and degree completion. We will discuss the use of career cluster research to facilitate CCP student and family experiences between CPS and Cincinnati State Career and Technical College.
Creating a Win-Win Partnership: Providing Practicum Students Advising Experience
Randell Price, PhD, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs, Ohio University & Stevi Miller, Director of Student Services, Ohio University
Creating opportunities for practical advising experience is essential to training and developing competent and qualified academic advisors. In essence, this partnership provides professional development opportunities in training and supervision for advising staff while also providing practical experience for graduate students. This low cost, theory-to-practice approach allows graduate students the opportunity to refine their advising skills.
Lessons Learned: YouTubing for Student Success
Gina Luck-Deitsch, Success Coach, University of Toledo, Shawna Babula, Program Manager and Success Coach, University of Toledo, Kari Dilworth, Program Manager and Success Coach, University of Toledo
Students struggle with limited social connectedness, low internal motivation, and learning new skills to thrive in our new normal. Join UToledo’ s Center for Success Coaching to explore how to create a YouTube channel that supports students with holistic content. Presenters will share budget-friendly resources, technology tips, and departmental best practices to maximize existing resources into YouTube content.
Closing Remarks and Voting Results