INDIANAPOLIS – Counselors, mentors, student leaders and other advocates from Indiana colleges and high schools are encouraged to join the Indiana Commission on Higher Education for the 2021 Indiana Student Lawyer Conference, from December 15 to 16 in a virtual format.
Every student deserves the opportunity to pursue a fulfilling career, and Indiana graduates should expect the degree or degrees they earn will prepare them for meaningful employment and career advancement, the Indiana graduates said. commission. The 2021 Student Advocates conference will highlight the importance of integrated work experiences that help students apply their learning, connect with employers and develop marketable skills.
Whether it’s an internship, a research project or a student engagement experience, relevant career experiences are essential in preparing students for the classroom-to-market transition. labor, ”Indiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers said.
Participants can participate in small group sessions to learn about innovative practices, share success stories, and learn about state policies and initiatives impacting college completion and student success.
Sponsored by the Strada Education Network and in partnership with the Indiana Association of College Admission Counselors, the Student Advocates Conference will be held virtually this year.
This year’s conference includes the recognition of the 2021 recipients of the Stan Jones Student Success Award named in honor of the late Stan Jones, founder and past president of Complete College America and former Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education. The award was designed to build on Stan’s legacy of education policy and student success initiatives.
2021 Stan Jones Student Success Award Winners:
IU Bloomington will implement the 21st Century Researcher Academic Engagement and Improvement Initiative, which is designed to increase researcher engagement and academic focus. This initiative will promote student success among over 3,000 21st century scholars, foster cohort support among STEM majors, and support scholars in the transition from virtual learning to on-campus learning. Additionally, it will increase the overall level of engagement and campus identity as a 21st Century Scholar among freshmen.
Purdue West Lafayette University
Purdue University’s summer session division aims to improve programming and help students overcome learning loss caused by COVID-19 educational changes. The main objective of the program is to increase the number of students who are prepared for college-level calculus courses.