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Keynote Speaker
Dr. Mark Taylor
Dr. Mark Taylor

Meet Generation NeXt: Understanding Today's Learners
Dr. Taylor holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and Biology, a Masters degree in Social Work and a Doctorate in Counseling, all from the University of Arkansas. He was most recently the Director of Guidance Services at Arkansas State University at Beebe where he was responsible for counseling, disability, career, testing, academic advising, orientation, housing/ residence life, student activities/ leadership, student success programming and other student services.  

CUE Conference

Undergraduate education should be a transformative experience for students.  Research suggests that high impact pedagogies (such as writing across the curriculum, undergraduate research, learning communities, and study abroad) can enhance an undergraduate student's overall engagement and, consequently, their chances for success. Among the positive results that are associated with high impact practices are higher rates of student‐faculty interaction, deeper approaches to learning, enhanced critical thinking ability, improved writing skills, greater appreciation for diversity, and persistence. Collaborations between academic and student affairs, experiences with community-based partners, and collaborative programming across units also enhances transformational learning.

This year’s CUE conference features strategies that promote transformational learning.  Join us as we celebrate a CUNYVerse of Innovations that can be replicated on your own campus.

When: May 11, 2012
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Where: College of Staten Island

 

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