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On-Demand Video Training

Transforming Culture and Empowering Change Agents Through Transfer Advocate Training
 

Would you like a squad of transfer champions at your side to help streamline the transfer experience and promote transfer advocacy across your campus? Then this is the session for you!
 

This on-demand video training, presented by TransferNation, will walk you through building a Transfer Advocate Training (TAT) that works for your campus and community. The TAT resources (which include a planning worksheet, presentation template, sample student videos, reference guides, and more) will provide viewers with methods to expand transfer advocacy and develop agents of change beyond those in transfer-specific roles. 
 

Join us to enhance your toolkit as a transfer change agent!

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HEATHER ADAMS, ED.D.

Senior Program Manager, Transfer Initiatives

Aspen Institute College Excellence Program

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TAMISHA GREATHOUSE, M.A.T.

Associate Director, Student Involvement
 

Washington State University

Recent Webinars:

 

Supporting Transfer Student Success: Five Key Faculty Practices

Wednesday, August 11, 2021


Because the classroom (whether virtual or physical) is an essential spot for facilitating student learning, belonging, and connections, college faculty have an undeniable part to play in supporting transfer student success. In this one-hour webinar, Xueli Wang, Peter Felten, Lance Gooden, Jon Iuzzini, and Emily Kittrell introduce their new NISTS guide, Supporting Transfer Student Success: Five Key Faculty Practices. The panelists provide a brief overview of each research-informed practice then explore various ways that faculty, faculty developers, and others might enact the practices and strategies in their work

Beyond Free College: Making Higher Education Work for 21st Century Students

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

What does it mean to be a transfer advocate when the idea of “free college” is central to the current national debate about the role of higher education in strengthening our democracy and the lives of our students? In this one-hour webinar, Eileen Strempel and Stephen Handel converse with Janet Marling about their new book, Beyond Free College: Making Higher Education Work for 21st Century Students. The authors highlight their research and programmatic findings, including specific strategies transfer advocates can use to better serve their students.