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Flex Day

No Classes
Thu Jan 09, 2014
All Day Event

Thursday, January 9
Open for campus collaboration or flexible Flex.

Friday, January 10
8:30-9 am
Continental Breakfast - Faculty Lounge (Room 18-206)
9-10:15 am
Morning Breakout Sessions
Session 1: CSM Cares Eating Disorder Practicum
(10-468; College Heights)
Session 2: WebAccess 2.4 Training
(18-108; Computer Assisted Classroom)
10:30 am - 12 pm
President’s Lecture Series Sylvia Hurtado (Room 36-215)
12-1 pm
Lunch and Sylvia Hurtado Reception (please RSVP).
Faculty Lounge (Room 18-206)
1-3:15 pm
Afternoon Breakout Sessions
Session 1: WebAccess 2.4 Training
(18-108; Computer Assisted Classroom)
Session 2: Reading Apprenticeship
(10-468; College Heights). Please RSVP.
Session 3: CSM Library Makerspace Meeting
(CSM Library 9-200 - upstairs)
Light refreshments. Please RSVP. For more information contact Lorrita Ford at fordl@smccd.edu.

Sylvia Hurtado’s Biography (from ucla.edu)

Sylvia Hurtado is Professor and Director of the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA in the Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences. Just prior to coming to UCLA, she served as Director of the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education at the University of Michigan.

Dr. Hurtado has published numerous articles and books related to her primary interest in student educational outcomes, campus climates, college impact on student development, and diversity in higher education. She has served on numerous editorial boards for journals in education and served on the boards for the American Association of Higher Education (AAHE), the Higher Learning Commission, and is past President of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). Black Issues In Higher Education named her among the top 15 influential faculty whose work has had an impact on the academy. She obtained her Ph.D. in Education from UCLA, Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and A.B. from Princeton University in Sociology.

Dr. Hurtado has coordinated several national research projects, including a U.S. Department of Education sponsored project on how colleges are preparing students to achieve the cognitive, social, and democratic skills to participate in a diverse democracy. She is launching a National Institutes of Health project on the preparation of underrepresented students for biomedical and behavioral science research careers. She has also studied assessment, reform, and innovation in undergraduate education on a project through the National Center for Postsecondary Improvement.
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