We learn best when we learn from one another, because the expertise resides in our system.
Convenings provide opportunities for middle leaders in the CSU to come together across institutions and roles to focus on issues of practice that affect students. During the day-long convenings, participants explore key issues, discuss evidence-based strategies, and take steps to create action plans. Convenings support the cultivation of cross-campus, cross-role relationships and resources that can strengthen student success efforts.
Each convening is centered on a topic representing an issue affecting campuses across the system. Past convening topics have included: Transfer, Student Success in the First Year, Data Use, and College Readiness. Meetings are designed to stimulate conversations and encourage collaboration.
Faculty, staff, and administrators from across the system come together to explore what they can learn from, and what they can teach their CSU colleagues.
Equity. Consider ways (in)equity manifests on campus.
Knowledge. Share successes and challenges in implementing student success efforts; explore promising strategies that advance evidence-based equitable student success efforts on campus.
Relationships. Build relationships with colleagues at your campus and from across the CSU who are involved in campus-level efforts supporting equitable student success.
All reasonable travel, food, and lodging costs are reimbursed by the CSU Student Success Network.
The Spring 2020 Convening on Equity-Minded Teaching and Learning is postponed until next academic year. An updated date and location will be posted soon!
Exploring Growth Mindset and Sense of Belonging
October 25, 2019
Supporting Student Success after the First Year
April 15, 2019
Supporting Regional Education Partnerships
November 9, 2018
First-Year Student Success in the CSU
April 13, 2018
Transfer Student Success in the CSU
December 1, 2017
A Conversation about College Readiness in the CSU
March 6, 2017
Contact: Terra Thorne, Director of Statewide Initiatives