Tipping Point Summit January 17, 2019

Tipping Point Student Success Summit

January 17, 2019
8:30AM to 4:30PM

For one student, it was when a peer mentor modeled how to take better notes. For another, it was when the professor used a classroom example that connected with her own experience.  For still another, it was discovering that the Wildcat Food Pantry meant he didn’t have to worry about being hungry during exams.

Student success is complicated, and there are many tipping points that can make all the difference.

We welcome your insight and inspiration as we set out to make an impact on each student's success. Please save the date for the Tipping Point Student Success Summit, January 17, 2019—a full-day exploration of what defines success for the students we serve, and data-driven interventions to help them achieve it.

All faculty and staff are encouraged to participate. The event will include a keynote message from President Hutchinson, student voices, panels and discussions, and hands-on workshops.  

Register to Reserve Your Spot

A free continental breakfast and lunch will be available to attendees. For additional information, please email kmccarthy@csuchico.edu or cpatterson@csuchico.edu. We look forward to your participation.

Reserve Your Spot at Tipping Point


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Session Schedule

January 17, 2019

See full descriptions on the Tipping Point Registration page.

January 17, 2019 - Session Schedule (See full session descriptions on the Tipping Point Registration Page)

8:00-8:30

Check-in and Continental Breakfast

BMU Auditorium

8:30-9:10

Opening Plenary: These Are Our Tipping Points

President Gayle Hutchinson in conversation with Chico State students

 

PAC 144

9:20-10:35

 

What Do Our Changing Student Demographics Mean...For Teaching, and Everything Else?

 

PAC 144

 

 

Creating a Healing-Centered Campus:

How I Can Help

PAC 134

 

10:45-12:00

Students as Research Partners: Better Teaching, Better Scholarship

 

Colusa 100

Classroom, Campus, Community: Working Together to Build Student Engagement

 

ARTS 111

Inclusive Teaching: What is it?How Do I Do It?

 

 

ARTS 112

12:10-1:00

Lunch and Resource Fair

BMU Auditorium

1:10-2:20

Lessons from Maslow: Basic Needs and Student Success

 

ARTS 111

Sometimes Our Students Fail. What If They Didn’t?

 

ARTS 112

2:30-3:30

Two-Minute Tipping Points: Teaching in Every Setting

(open mic)

 

ARTS 111

Two-Minute Tipping Points: Advising in Every Setting

(open mic)

 

ARTS 112

Two-Minute Tipping Points: Promoting Engagement and Well Being (open mic)

 

Colusa 100

3:40-4:30

Closing Plenary: Ideas to Action

(with Provost Larson and Vice President for Student Affairs Milton Lang)

 

PAC 134