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May 19: Employee workshops complement advising forum

SSCPULLMAN, Wash. – Faculty, administrators and staff aiming to improve student success are invited to take part in workshops and meetings featuring the Student Success Collaborative Tuesday, May 19 on the Washington State University Pullman campus and via AMS.

Evaluating the data underpinning the predictive analytics in the SSC advising platform will be addressed at 11 a.m. in Goertzen Hall 218 by Griha Singla, consultant for the Education Advisory Board – providers of research, technology and consulting services to colleges and universities nationwide.

A discussion on measurable outcomes and institutional insights from the SSC will be at 1 p.m. in Goertzen 218 and at 2:15 p.m. Singla will lead a discussion on the factors and data that inform the SSC system.

The advisor and other employee meetings will conclude with a Q&A session 3:30-4:15 p.m. in Goertzen 218 .

Learn more about the Student Success Collaborative at http://provost.wsu.edu/initiatives/paws/collaborative/.

 

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