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Conference 2014: Bridgeport, CT April 9-11, 2014


Questions, comments, and willing volunteers should be directed to:

Ramon Gonzalez
Conference Co-Chair

Julie Kimball
Conference Co-Chair

Preliminary Workshop List

Below is a preliminary list of workshops that are being offered at the 2012 annual conference. More details will be posted at a later date.

Workshop Title

Assistive Technology - It's Not Just for People with Disabilities, David Lindenberg

Inspiring Undergraduates to Financial Health, Kelley A. Beckwith

Step Up: An Academic Support Program, Margaret Coan

Community College Goes to High School: A CC/Urban High School Collaboration, Sarah Mayper

How to Do More with Less: Reframing Our Thinking in the Midst of Budget Cuts, Catherine Burns

From 1st Gens to 1st Gens: Grooming the Next Generation of 1st Gens through Community Service, April D. Kearse, M.A.

LEXUS University, Jim Estes

The Leadership Institute: A Professional Development Opportunity, Sigh Searles

What to Expect on the (Revised) GRE, Randy Schroeder

Giving Students What They Need: Reducing Non-credit Coursework through Modular Remediation, Eric Klein

Weathering the Storm: Presenting Assessment Data to Maximize Its Impact, Dr. Michele Carpentier One Stop Online Shopping for Career and College Planning, Liam Danaher

Welcome to the Economy of Me, Colin Ryan

Icebreakers: Group Energizers, Andrea Gould and Cathy Hunter

GEAR UP Massachusetts Math Plus- Reducing Remediation Through Collaboration, Robert Diaz

Communicating with Parents: A Mile in their Shoes, Cathy Printon

Transitioning from High School to College: Students with Disabilities Make the Leap, Robin Goodel

Tutors in the Classroom, Dan Boyce

Financial Aid Issues for Adult Students, Michele Delhaye and Sigh Searles

Students with Disabilities Making Successful Transitions from High School to College, Dani Adler

Media Advocacy and You, Kim Jones, COE

Hollywood Squares: TRIO Edition, Kim Jones, COE

Working with Alumni, Rheanna Martinez , COE

Jobs What Does It Take To Be Noticed in Today's Business World, Matt Dunne