Academic Advising Seminars
Fall 2016 seminars
What are they? Forums for discussing academic advising
Who’s invited? All faculty and staff (please spread the word)
Why attend? To network, share how-to’s, and learn about advising resources
Navigating Ethical Dilemmas in Your Workplace
Thursday, September 22, noon to 1:00 pm
116 BBH Building
Penn State is committed to the values of integrity, respect, responsibility, discovery, excellence, and community. One of the ways we express these values at the Smeal College of Business is through our Honor Code. We involve our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and recruiters in our effort to promote a culture of integrity and ethical behavior. In this interactive session, we will go beyond the ethical dilemmas that your students experience, and navigate a sample of ethical dilemmas familiar to advisers. From managing difficult conversations with your students to dealing with pressures from your students’ parents, you undoubtedly experience ethical dilemmas on a weekly (perhaps, daily!) basis. You will also learn a handful of tactics that you can implement in your workplace to promote the Penn State values, namely integrity. In preparation for this session, please send your topic ideas to Jennifer Eury, email@example.com by Thursday, Sept. 15; she will consider your ethical dilemmas in the development of the scenarios to be discussed.
Speaker: Jennifer Eury, Honor and Integrity Director, Smeal College of Business
View the recording: https://meeting.psu.edu/p3w0lhu9jik/
View seminar Powerpoint Presentation
They're Here: the New Drop Policies
Wednesday, October 12, noon to 1:00 pm
116 BBH Building
The University Faculty Senate approved changes to the University Academic Progress policies, to take effect the Fall 2016 semester. An open forum for discussion of these changes will be the focus for the Noon Seminar on October 12, 2016 at noon in 116 BBH Building. Particular attention will be given to policies 54-20, Academic Warning, and 54-40, Academic Suspension. A few examples of how these policies might be implemented in a couple of Colleges will be shared, but the main focus of the seminar will be brainstorming ideas and guided discussion of possible initiatives for undergraduate students who are struggling academically.
View the recording: https://meeting.psu.edu/p7duq94wm1y/
View seminar handout
Wednesday, November 30, noon to 1:00 pm
118 ASI Building
Description coming soon!
Attend remotely via Adobe Connect: https://meeting.psu.edu/advisingnoonseminars/
Contact Terry Musser at 814-865-7576 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional seminar details.