Student Success at Pace Retreat
On Monday, June 10, you’re invited to the University’s first Student Success at Pace Retreat—discuss educational strategies, hear from keynote speaker Timothy Renick, and contribute to the advancing dialogue surrounding student success.
Save the date! You are invited to our inaugural Provost's Student Success Retreat coordinated by the Division for Student Success and Student Affairs! Pace staff and faculty will have the opportunity to collaborate and discuss student success strategies, both in and out of the classroom, and ways to increase student persistence to graduation. Participants will learn about best practices from Timothy Renick, PhD, nationally renowned Senior VP for Student Success at Georgia State University, and discuss ways to adapt these ideas to help meet the University’s retention goals.
As a valued member of the Pace Community, we hope that you will attend this engaging and action-oriented program!
Reaching the Finish Line: Collaborative Strategies for Student Success at Pace
Monday, June 10, 2019
9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
If you have not registered or would like more information, please email Sue Maxam.
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