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Jul 2021
Faculty engagement in student success is critically linked to improved student outcomes, with outsized gains for low-income, minoritized, and first-generation students. The ability to connect with students and guide learning directly impacts retention, persistence, and ultimate progress toward graduation and post-graduate success. How faculty teach and interact with students can play a huge role in student perceptions that they matter and belong at the university, and that they can succeed academically. One of the aims of the Western Coalition cluster is to provide faculty with actionable strategies and tools for connecting with students, identifying early warning signs, and targeting support to student needs.

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Mar 2020
In this webinar, Patti O’Sullivan, moderated a conversation with key players at Colorado State University regarding their learning assistant model. The presenters shared how the program was developed, faculty and student experiences, as well as the real-time changes being implemented in response to COVID-19.

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Nov 2019
In this webinar, Dr. Kelvin Bentley moderated a conversation with Dr. Laura Niesen de Abruna, Dr. Marisela Rodriguez, and Dr. Gregory Ochoa on the ACAO Digital Fellows Project. They shared their experiences supporting adaptive courseware and digital learning implementation projects.

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Jan 2020
In this webinar, Karen Vignare, spoke with Rick Miranda, Provost and Executive Vice President at Colorado State University, and Kathy Johnson, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer at IUPUI about their experiences implementing and scaling adaptive courseware.

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Apr 2020
In this webinar, Dr. Karen Vignare moderated a conversation with Dr. Beth Boehm and Dr. Noel E. Wilkin on their universities' responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. They discussed their experiences and lessons learned regarding assessments, labs, equity and access, and more.

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Sep 2019
In 2016, Georgia State University was one of eight universities to receive a grant from APLU to implement and scale adaptive courseware in high-enrollment foundational courses. In this webinar, Dr. Megan Tesene interviewed Dr. Chris Brown and Dr. Jeannie Grussendorf on the successes and challenges they faced in selecting adaptive courseware products.

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Oct 2019
In 2016, the University of Mississippi was one of eight universities to receive a grant from APLU to implement and scale adaptive courseware in high-enrollment foundational courses. Patricia O’Sullivan, Karen Forgette, Andrew Davis, and Guy Krueger from the University of Mississippi joined Dr. Megan Tesene in this webinar to discuss student feedback on adaptive courseware.

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May 2020
In 2016, Oregon State University was one of eight universities to receive a grant from APLU to implement and scale adaptive courseware in high-enrollment foundational courses. OSU instructors shared how they coordinated the redesign of their developmental math courses and successfully improved DFW rates.

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Dec 2012
This report describes how urban universities are transforming the health care system through a more diverse, culturally sensitive, and prepared health workforce that will improve health and health equity in our nation’s cities. The report contains recommendations for university leaders seeking to increase their institutions’ impact in this area.

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Sep 2013
This action plan is intended to inform USU’s health agenda for 2014-2015. The plan’s publication caps six months of effort by USU/APLU Health Action Group members, who were nominated by their presidents and who are representative of all geographic regions and health disciplines.

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