A Revealing Look at Mobility and Transfer Pathways Towards Student Success: What does research by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Show?

LIVE FREE Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 2:00-3:00pm ET

OVERVIEW:

It is well known that many postsecondary students attend multiple institutions throughout their academic career. Although terms such as "native students" and "transfer students" are widely used, each institution on the student's pathway potentially makes important contribution toward enabling the student to achieve his or her goal. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center publishes reports on student pathways and more throughout the year. The Research Center uses student-level enrollment and degree data to shed light on the different pathways taken by students. In this webinar, we will review the student pathways highlighted in two recent Research Center reports: 1) contributions that two-year institutions make to bachelor's degree completion success, and 2) interstate mobility of students. Implications for institutions will also be discussed.

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Presenter: Afet Dundar, Ph.D.

Associate Director, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center

 

 

 

Dr. Dundar plays a leading role in producing the Research Center's national Signature Report series on student outcomes and an annual High School Benchmarks Report. With a strong background in postsecondary education data and expertise in public policy and research, Dr. Dundar helps develop the center's research agenda. She has contributed to numerous publications on student access and success outcomes, including co-authoring a chapter in a 2013 book, The State of College Access and Completion: Improving College Success for Students from Underrepresented Groups. Dr Dundar frequently delivers presentations and invited speeches on postsecondary student outcomes at professional conferences and other events.


Prior to joining the Clearinghouse, Dr. Dundar was Assistant Director for Research at the Project on Academic Success (PAS) at Indiana University, where she was closely involved in the design of a national survey to identify and document policies and practices associated with student persistence at institutions across the U.S., as part of the College Board Study on student retention, and in the Mobile Working Student Collaborative project, funded by the Lumina Foundation. She has a Ph.D. in Education Policy Studies from Indiana, University Bloomington.

 

Moderator: Reid Kisling

Dean of Student Development & Registrar at Western Seminary University

 

 

 

For more than a decade, Dr. Reid Kisling has worked in higher education administration, during which time has developed a unique expertise in the areas of registrar's office functionality, organizational culture and change, organization structure, and effective uses of student information systems to drive enrollment services and growth. In his current role as a Senior Consultant for AACRAO, Dr. Kisling works to find innovative ways to increase the collaboration between student services and academic enterprises of the institution in question.

While serving as Registrar at George Fox University, in an initiative to improve efficiency and reduce redundancy at the university, Dr. Kisling restructured registrar's office staff to increase the productivity and maximize positions, moving many from non-exempt to exempt administrator positions. As a result, enrollment counselors increased interaction with the students as the primary point of contact with specific academic programs for course scheduling and planning, curricular change management, and advising services.

Dr. Kisling has authored several articles on strategic enrollment planning processes and student lifecycle management. He has also presented at the AACRAO SEM conference, among others. Dr. Kisling holds a Master of Theology (Th.M.) from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.​

 

This webinar is sponsored by:

 

Additional Information:

2015 AACRAO Transfer and Technology Conference
July 12-14, 2015 (Sunday-Wednesday)
JW Marriott Austin
Austin, TX
www.aacrao.org/2015-tech-and-transfer-conference

 

AACRAO's Strategic Enrollment Management Endorsement Program
AACRAO SEM-EP information available at http://www.aacrao.org/professional-development/programs/strategic-enrollment-management-endorsement-program

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