Blogs

What we learned about the future of advising

At NACADA’s Annual Conference last week, our booth theme was Advising for the Future—a play on “Back to the Future” and an opportunity to go crazy with ’80s nostalgia like neon fanny packs, Ferris Bueller references, and a Pac-Man arcade machine. For me, the theme could have been “Back to NACADA.” This trip marked my […]
Blogs

Laziness is a myth: how to equip students to navigate the hidden curriculum

A version of this article originally appeared on LinkedIn through our #100SuccessStories Campaign. Social psychologist Devon Price’s article Laziness Does Not Exist is the article that I haven’t been able to stop revisiting, again and again. Price, who teaches psychology at the Loyola University of Chicago, observes that when a student doesn’t complete assignments on time, teachers […]
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Tackling the unique challenges faced by small institutions

Farrah Jackson Ward, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Elizabeth City State University, and Nancy Biggio, Associate Provost for Administration at Samford University, discuss the challenges smaller schools face that larger schools do not.
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Engaging faculty in student success initiatives

Farrah Jackson Ward, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Elizabeth City State University, and Nancy Biggio, Associate Provost for Administration at Samford University, discuss how small schools can increase faculty engagement in advising through the use of Campus (now Navigate).
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Tailoring the implementation process to your institution

Farrah Jackson Ward, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Elizabeth City State University, and Nancy Biggio, Associate Provost for Administration at Samford University, discuss how small schools can leverage EAB resources throughout the implementation of our student success technology.