Event Title

The PSU Experience: Exploring the Six Themes

Abstract

Participants will break into groups based on one of the six themes from the book that most resonated with them: Learning, Relationships, Expectations, Alignment, Improvement, and/or Leadership. (Groups will be facilitated by author Betsy Barefoot and members of the Transition Leadership Team). Participants will begin by sharing their first impressions of the morning keynote. They will then: Reflect on their own UG/grad experiences in relation to the theme, including and noting specific examples from their personal experiences. Discuss and rate (on a scale of 1-5, with 1 being the highest) PSU’s performance on their specific theme. What’s working well? What needs improvement? Make sure to include specific examples. Participants/facilitators will share each group's rankings and examples via email with Ann McClellan (akmcclellan@plymouth.edu) by the end of the session. These will be used to re-situate our afternoon work after lunch. OPEN TO ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS, even if you have not yet read the book.

Presentation Type

Event

Location

Merrill Place A/B

Start Date

1-18-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

1-18-2018 12:00 PM

Description

Author Session: The Undergraduate Experience

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Jan 18th, 10:45 AM Jan 18th, 12:00 PM

The PSU Experience: Exploring the Six Themes

Merrill Place A/B

Participants will break into groups based on one of the six themes from the book that most resonated with them: Learning, Relationships, Expectations, Alignment, Improvement, and/or Leadership. (Groups will be facilitated by author Betsy Barefoot and members of the Transition Leadership Team). Participants will begin by sharing their first impressions of the morning keynote. They will then: Reflect on their own UG/grad experiences in relation to the theme, including and noting specific examples from their personal experiences. Discuss and rate (on a scale of 1-5, with 1 being the highest) PSU’s performance on their specific theme. What’s working well? What needs improvement? Make sure to include specific examples. Participants/facilitators will share each group's rankings and examples via email with Ann McClellan (akmcclellan@plymouth.edu) by the end of the session. These will be used to re-situate our afternoon work after lunch. OPEN TO ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS, even if you have not yet read the book.