Campus Leader Speaker Series

The McGraw-Hill Campus Leader Speaker Series, hosted by professors around the US, offers institutional perspectives on emerging approaches to teaching and learning focused on improving student performance and retention. The series touches on many areas of focus for campus leaders including remedial education, STEM, course redesign, preparing faculty for success, and documenting and reporting student performance. Designed to help share best practices and encourage dialogue around topics central to institutional performance, the series allows campus administrators to learn from and share with their peers. Please feel free to participate in one or several of these online discussions and to share the list of talks with any of your colleagues that may be interested in attending.

Strategies and Tools for Course Consistency among Programs with Large Adjunct and Teaching Staff

(Dr. Lynn Gargan, Tarrant County Community College)  Wednesday, March 5th at 10:00 AM (EST):  

High Impact Minutes to Improve Student Performance in High Stakes Programs

(Dr. Bill Hoover, MD, Bunker Hill Community College)  Thursday, March 6th at 1:00 PM (EST):   

Lessons Learned in Developmental Education Program Redesign

(Ashley Moorshead, Southern Methodist University)  Monday, March 10th at 3:00 PM (EST)

Achieving Standards Alignment and Learning Outcomes Through Digital Technologies Across the Curriculum

(Dr. Karin Wilking, Northwest Vista College) Tuesday, March 11th at 3:00 PM (EST):  

Success in STEM: Institutional Considerations to improve STEM Readiness: Prep, Bridge, and Placement

(Dr. Jason Overby, College of Charleston)  Wednesday, March 12th  at 10:00 AM (EST):   

Success in STEM:  Implementing Student Placement Redesign and Enhancing Student Success in Math

(Dr. James Breslin, University of Kentucky) Thursday, March 13th at 1:00 PM (EST):  

Strategies and Tools for Course Consistency Among Programs with Large Adjunct and Teaching Staff

(Dr. Lynn Gargan, Tarrant County Community College)  Friday, March 14th at 1:00 PM (EST):

“Just in Time” Faculty and Professional  Development:  Solutions and Strategies for your Campus

(McGraw-Hill) Thursday, March 20th at 1:00 PM (EST):  

Lessons Learned in Development Education Program Redesign

(Ashley Moorshead, Southern Methodist University)  Monday, March 24th at 3:00 PM (EST):  

Success in STEM: :  Implementing Student Placement Redesign and Enhancing Student Success in Math

(Dr. James Breslin, University of Kentucky)  Tuesday, March 25th at 1:00 PM (EST):   

Achieving Standards Alignment and Learning Outcomes Through Digital Technologies Across the Curriculum

(Dr. Karin WIlking, Northwest Vista College) Tuesday, March 25th at 3:00 PM (EST):  

Course Redesign to Improve Student Performance in High Stakes Programs

(Dr. Michael Windelspecht, Appalachian State University)  Thursday, March 27th at 1:00 PM (EST):    

Success in STEM Series: Institutional Considerations to improve STEM Readiness: Prep, Bridge, and Placement

(Dr. Jason Overby, College of Charleston)  Thursday, April 10th at 1:00 PM (EST):