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A nationally recognized expert on student success, Dr. Ray Landis, will present a free workshop titled “Facilitating Student Success” from 2-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, in the Ozark Room of Havener Center. Landis is dean emeritus of engineering, computer science and technology at California State University. He will also be a keynote speaker at the ASEE Midwest Regional Conference to be held on campus Sept. 19-21.
Landis’ interactive workshop is designed to provide tools for those who work with first-year students that will help students persist in their disciplines and be successful, both academically and professionally. All instructors and staff who work with these students are invited to attend the workshop; registration for the ASEE conference is not required.
Those who pre-register for the free workshop will receive a free copy of Landis’ book, “Studying Engineering: A Road Map to a Rewarding Career.” To pre-register, email email@example.com. Go here for more information on Landis and his work with first-year students. The workshop is sponsored by the freshman engineering office and CERTI.