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The Promoting Student Success Summit was held on August 18, 2015. The theme of this conference was “Personalized Active Learning to Promote Student Success.” The goal of the summit was to share ideas and demonstrate how faculty members can effectively integrate strategies in their courses to promote more personalized, active student learning that can significantly increase student success. The conference tried to focus on hands-on, application-type workshops and activities faculty members could actually integrate in their courses in addition to presentations on topics of relevance concerning their students and courses. The keynote speaker was Dr. Joseph Cuseo, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Marymount College (California) where for 25 years he directed the first-year seminar and is a renowned expert in promoting student success in higher education. There were over 30 presentations given by faculty and staff members on such topics as High Impact Practices; Defining, Measuring, and Promoting Student Success; Backwards Design; Incorporating Experiential Learning in the Classroom; the Self-regulated Learner; Who Are Our Students and What do They Need, etc.
The Office of Assessment at Dixie State University organized and conducted a half-day faculty inservice conference on the theme of Classroom Teaching and Assessment on August 19, 2014 in the Holland Centennial Commons Building.