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QEP meeting Finalizing outcomes, Moving to programing. Nov. 21, 2011. These slides contain:. Charge for groups by Dec. 8 meeting Program organization Three programmatic areas for FYE Questions to be addressed by each program area group List of volunteers for each program area group.

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Qep meeting finalizing outcomes moving to programing

QEP meetingFinalizing outcomes, Moving to programing

Nov. 21, 2011


These slides contain

These slides contain:

  • Charge for groups by Dec. 8 meeting

  • Program organization

  • Three programmatic areas for FYE

  • Questions to be addressed by each program area group

  • List of volunteers for each program area group


Charge for next meeting

Charge for next meeting

  • We will break into three groups: Student Life, Academic Services, and First Year Seminar

  • Each group will pull together old ideas and generate new ideas about the programs that can deliver the student learning outcomes for the UMW First Year Experience

  • Each group will provide detailed descriptions of these programs

  • Each group will explicitly link program and process ideas to specific learning outcomes


Program organization

Program organization

  • Student Life

    • COAR

    • Residence life

    • Orientation

  • Academic Services

    • First year advising

    • Tutoring services

    • Career services

  • First year academic programs

    • FSEM

    • WI program

    • SI program

  • We turn now to specific program and process development. As we do this we will organize around existing program structures that will serve the First Year Experience. The three existing structures are student life, academic services, and the first year academic programs. The sub-bullets are examples of programs and processes that fit within the three main structures


Student life area

Student life area

  • How do we introduce / improve / reinforce

    • communication and info literacy skills

    • personal and academic responsibility

    • collaboration

  • Example program / process

    • Develop experiential learning clearinghouse in …


Academic services area

Academic services area

  • How do we introduce / improve / reinforce

    • communication and info literacy skills

    • personal and academic responsibility

    • collaboration

  • Example programs/processes

    • Freshmen students form teams during group meetings to discuss …. (fill in the blank)

    • Theme each of the group FYA sessions to focus on …

    • Student mentors


First year academics area

First year academics area

  • How do we introduce / improve / reinforce

    • communication and info literacy skills

    • personal and academic responsibility

    • collaboration

  • Example program:

    • FSEM + 1 hour recitation

    • Student mentors


Questions for each area

Questions for each area

  • Programs currently in place

  • Programs you would develop

  • Resources required programs and processes

    • Faculty / staff time resources

    • Facility / physical space resources

    • Budget resources

    • Student volunteer / mentor resources

    • Web resources

  • Facilities at your disposal and how you would use them

  • How would programs and processes likely interface with other 2 areas


Volunteers student life

Volunteers – Student Life

  • Christina Eggenberger

  • Meagan Holbrook

  • Courtney Chapman Thomas

  • Steven Thomas

  • Cedric Rucker

  • Brad Scaggs

  • Katherine Lister


Volunteers academic services

Volunteers – Academic Services

  • Katie Locke

  • JoAnn Schrass

  • Fred Pierce

  • Lynne Richardson

  • Alan Griffith


First year academics

First Year Academics

  • Marsha Zaidman

  • Anand Rao

  • Rosemary Arneson

  • Stephen Davies

  • Jason Matzke

  • Rosemary Barra

  • Teri Kennedy

  • Courtney Clayton

  • Gwen Hale


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