Skip Navigation Links2018 SKC TCU Summer Meeting

  
  
American Indian and Alaska Native Opioid Research.pdf
  
Presenter: Kathy Etz, Ph.D., Director of Native American Programs, National Institute on Drug Abuse
This presentation provides data about American Indian and Alaska Native opioid abuse in Indian country.
Date Posted: 8/3/2018
Birgit Meany.jpg
  
Date Posted: 8/21/2018
CAOs 2018.jpg
  
Group photo of CAOs at TCU Summer Meeting 2018.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
Charlene Teters.jpg
  
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Dan Durgo-SKC and Diana Morris-CMN.jpg
  
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
Developing and Sustaining High Quality Faculty.pdf
  
Presenter: Charlene Teters, Academic Dean, Institute for American Indian Arts
This presentation addressed how TCUs are developing and sustaining high quality faculty members. Faculty development strategies and criteria for sustainable wages was included in the discussion.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
Meaningful Outcomes Assessment Processes to Meet Accreditation Standards.pdf
  
Presenter: Dr. Terri Manning, Achieving the Dream Data Coach
This presentation demonstrated how attendees can go back to their colleges and facilitate the outcomes assessment processes needed in courses, programs, student services, and administrative units required for institutional effectiveness standards. Two simple models that have proven to be effective are explained.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
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NWIC (Charlene Alexander, Colleen Berg, Katrina Rodriguez) and Lauren Kelly (Ilisagvik College)
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
TCUs and Tribal Higher Education Highlights.pdf
  
Presenter: Carrie Billy, President & CEO, AIHEC
AIHEC is on the forefront of issues facing TCUs. This presentation shared some of the important current issues and challenges currently facing TCUs and important to know.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
Using Data to Drive Campus Safety.pdf
  
Presenters: Velveena Davis, Executive Director of Institutional Planning, Diné College and Ms. Cheyenne Bedoni, Research Assistant, Diné College
Diné College approached its campus safety challenges using its cultural philosophy of Thinking, Planning, Living, and Reflecting to enrich its campus security and emergency response (CSER) services and development of the sexual assault campus resistance education at Diné College (SACRED). It is using crime statistics to drive program development to increase awareness and empowerment among Diné College students, staff, faculty, and surrounding community members.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
WICHE Passport Program.pdf
  
Presenter: Dr. Pat Shea.
This presentation describes the WICHE Passport Program's mission “to eliminate transfer students’ unnecessary repetition of learning already achieved, saving them time and money, while leading to a nationwide increase in degree completions.“
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
Word Cloud Introduction Process.pdf
  
Aword cloud for the BHRI as part of the introduction process.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018
Word Cloud Introduction.pdf
  
A  word cloud was developed during the introductions at the Summer Meeting and represents what participants anticipated from the sessions.
Date Posted: 8/20/2018