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Friday, May 20 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Understanding and Supporting Diverse Learners

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High Impact Practices for All: Application to Non-Traditional Populations
High Impact Practices are shown to positively impact success for all students. The use of such practices with adult students, veterans, students with children and other non-traditional populations must be done intentionally and differently than with traditional populations. Attendees will discuss strategies that have worked and brainstorm additional methods.

Presented by James Stewart, Haydee Nunez, & Megan Burda (Adult, Veteran, & Commuter Student Affairs)

Faculty and Staff Collaboration for Students with and without Disabilities
Our experience with collaboration has shown us how strong an impact the practice can have for students. By reaching out to faculty and staff throughout the university, we have enjoyed fruitful collaborative relationships that ultimately provide much room for student success. Most recent scholarship has looked at formal collaborations, while our experience has been more informal. We want to explore what has worked well for students when faculty and staff collaborate, and we hope to encourage more collaboration for the future. Our hope is to open the lines of communication, hear what others have done, and share our experiences.  

Presented by Beth Ann Bryant-Richards and Elisabeth Sullivan (Center for Students with Disabilities) 


Megan Burda

Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs

Haydee Nunez

Adult, Veteran, and Commuter Student Affairs

Elisabeth Sullivan

Center for Students with Disabilities

Friday May 20, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Room 324 2250 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60614