Event Title

Faculty's Role in Career Development for Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences Students

Presenter Information

Leslie Blakney
Rebecca Noel

Abstract

Students in the liberal arts, broadly defined, have many career options, but their paths do not always follow as straight a line as in other majors. This session invites faculty especially in humanities, arts, and social sciences fields to discuss possible faculty contributions to student career development. Leslie Blakney of Career Development will share the new Career Development model and key services and resources provided to faculty. Rebecca R. Noel of History will lead brainstorming about faculty roles in career development through curricular and co-curricular activities and further gather needs towards integrating career development into student learning. With increased preparation and coordination, faculty can greatly assist the Career Development Office in promoting student career development success. All faculty and staff welcome!

Session Type

Breakout Session

Presentation Type

Event

Location

Merrill Place A

Start Date

8-15-2019 9:45 AM

End Date

8-15-2019 10:45 AM

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Aug 15th, 9:45 AM Aug 15th, 10:45 AM

Faculty's Role in Career Development for Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences Students

Merrill Place A

Students in the liberal arts, broadly defined, have many career options, but their paths do not always follow as straight a line as in other majors. This session invites faculty especially in humanities, arts, and social sciences fields to discuss possible faculty contributions to student career development. Leslie Blakney of Career Development will share the new Career Development model and key services and resources provided to faculty. Rebecca R. Noel of History will lead brainstorming about faculty roles in career development through curricular and co-curricular activities and further gather needs towards integrating career development into student learning. With increased preparation and coordination, faculty can greatly assist the Career Development Office in promoting student career development success. All faculty and staff welcome!