Download "101 Wacky Ideas for Reclaiming a Nation of Pre-graduates," a publication from CEOs for Cities and the Lumnina Foundation for Education.
We have dozens of ideas, generated by faculty, staff and students who attended the Oct. 25 Symposium on Student Retention.
Now we’re asking you to evaluate the ideas, rank them and offer your comments.
The ideas fall into four broad groups. Evaluate ideas related to:
Dr. Cathy Small, author of “My Freshman Year,” spoke at a campus-wide symposium on student retention on Monday, Oct. 25, at Quaker Square.
Small, a professor of anthropology at Northern Arizona University, took a leave in absence and enrolled as a freshman at NAU in the fall of 2002. Her observations of college students became the basis for her book, which she wrote under the pen name Rebekah Nathan. See more about the book.
See Dr. Small's presentation at the symposium (video).
The following presentation, which was part of the symposium, was made by Provost William "Mike" Sherman and Dr. Stacey Moore, executive assistant to the vice president for student affairs and the director of planning, communication and community affairs.