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Transcript of UAC 2014
Military Life vs. Student Life
SESSION 1 presentations
It Takes a Village: Achieving Student Success Through Mentoring
SESSION 2 presentations
The Disabled Student Experience: Strategically Supporting Access
SESSION 3 presentations
How Low-Income Students Succeed at College
Wait! Don't We All Want the Same Thing Here? From Helicopter to Lawn Mower Parents: Collaborating to Enhance the Advising Experience
Academic Skill Issues Facing College Students That All Advisors Should Know
For the first time, we are pleased to bring you TWO options for lunch:
Welcome to the 2014
UNITING ACROSS CAMPUSES Conference!
Advisors Networking for Student Success
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Operation Engage: Effective Social Media Marketing for Higher Education Professionals
Thinking About Obtaining a Ph.D.: Everything You Want to Know About Applying To and Graduating From a Ph.D. Program
Anticipating Freshmen Fears and What Institutions of Higher Education Can Expect: Recommendations from High School
A Deeper Look at Culture Shock and Its Impact on the Student Experience
Embracing Neurodiversity: How a Better Understanding of the Autism Spectrum Can Help Enable Success for All Students
Nothing Interests Me': Helping Students Overcome Negative Thoughts for Future Success
Regular lunch & networking in the Ballroom
The best things come to those who wait...
Be sure to stick around from
after the concurrent sessions end for the following:
: Free professional head shots
: Win donated prizes from various institutions
Make sure to check back at WNY Advising for a
mini summer conference
on social media
Dr. Thomas McCully
, Professor of Childhood Education at Niagara County Community College, will be discussing how we can use the 7 habits of highly effective people as administrators in our work and personal lives, as well as how to instill the concepts into our students.
'7 Habits of Highly Effective People'
departmental & institutional boundaries is important to both to our STUDENTS and our own professional development.
Consider submitting the following
We'd like to thank all of those who volunteered their time to serve as 2014 conference committee members!
Interested in joining the committee for the 2015 conference
Please RECYCLE your name tag!
It helps us keep costs down & helps the environment!
Did you know?
You can utilize the WNY Advising site for
for other advising professionals to view
Participate in the advising
polls & surveys
posted each month.
Check out all of the advising resources posted, including
Be sure to stop by our RESOURCE TABLE today!
Optional moderated networking sessions
You may drop in to the following discussions anytime between
11:50am - 12:30pm:
Retaining First Year Students
Student Advocacy, Promoting Self-Reliance