Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at Online Event via Go To Webinar
Starts at 3:00 PM · Ends at 4:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)
Cosponsored by CAS and NODA
Self-studies provide an important opportunity for orientation programs to take a step back, self-reflect, and critically evaluate all aspects of their department. The process of planning and executing a quality self-study can seem scary, overwhelming, and just plain challenging. But, your next self-study doesn’t have to be that way. In this webinar, the presenters will outline practical tips, with concrete examples, that can help your next orientation self-study be as easy as possible.
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- Ann Hower
Director of the Office of New Student Programs at University of MichiganAnn Hower, Ph.D., serves as director of the Office of New Student Programs at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, responsible for programs that assist new students in making a successful transition – both academically and personally – into the U-M community. She oversees the administration of undergraduate orientation, parent and family programs, Welcome to Michigan, Arts at Michigan, University Mentorship, Transfer Connections, Veterans and Military Services, and the UM Educational Theatre Company. She is active in the Association for Orientation, Transition and Retention in Higher Education and serves on the executive committee for the Council on the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education.
- Matt Venaas
Research Manager at SkyfactorMatt Venaas is a Research Manager at Skyfactor, a Macmillan Learning company. In this capacity on the Analytics & Research Team, he is responsible for survey design and content for over 50 national benchmarking assessments. He also is responsible for analyzing data from these assessments to build educational content and conduct national studies. Since 2015, he has presented over 50 educational sessions at national higher education conferences on a wide range of topics related to student affairs assessment, student success, and retention. He is currently a member of the Directorate Board for ACPA’s Commission for Assessment and Evaluation and has twice served on faculty for the Student Affairs Assessment Institute. He has a M.S.Ed. in Adult and Higher Education and a B.A. in Political Science from Northern Illinois University.
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