Virtual Institute: Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Quality, Equity, and Student Engagement – Mar 4
Are you interested in building institutional capacity to achieve quality, equity, and student engagement goals through the design, implementation, and assessment of high-impact practices (HIPs)? Are you seeking to deepen connections between students’ assets and their educational experiences? Do you want to learn from highly-qualified faculty who utilize evidence-based strategies based on current research and trends?
The 2022 HIPs Institute will be held virtually from Tuesday, June 14, to Friday, June 17. The program will focus on designing equity-centered HIPs and developing action plans to guide campus-based efforts.
Applications Due Friday, March 4, 2022
Key Goals for Participating Teams
- Create a comprehensive action plan to advance equity, learning, and student success through the implementation of HIPs.
- Develop effective strategies for incorporating high-impact activities throughout the curriculum, co-curriculum, and across all modalities.
- Discover innovative ways to support educators in bringing quality HIPs to scale.
- Plan for the direct and indirect assessment of HIPs.
- Learn how to embed diversity, equity, belonging, and justice into the design of HIPs that align with institutional priorities.
All regionally accredited two-year and four-year institutions are eligible and encouraged to apply.
For questions about the AAC&U 2022 Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success, please contact Nicole Fry (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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