Helping Student Parents & Other Nontraditional Students Succeed

Date: 
March 29, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location: 
Rackham Assembly Hall, 915 E Washington St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Food will be offered, so please register by Wednesday, March 22nd!

PANELISTS:
Jacqueline Bowman, Ph.D., Senior Counselor and Program Specialist, Center for the Education of Women
Amy Szczepanski, B.S., Community Child Care Resources/Campus Child Care Homes Manager, Work-Life Resource Center
Mark Moldwin, Professor of Space Sciences and Engineering and Associate Chair for Academic Affairs, Faculty Associate in the Center for Research, Learning and Teaching in Engineering
Paul Artale, M.E., Manager Graduate Student Engagement, Rackham Graduate School, Ph.D. Student and Father
Leslie Pittman, Masters of Social Work Student and Mother
Ashley Bostic, Graduate Student in Nursing and Mother

MODERATOR
:
Beth Sullivan, M.P.H., Senior Associate for Advocacy & Policy, Center for the Education of Women

As the percentage of college students with children and other nontraditional students increases, U-M staff and faculty will need to know how best to serve this diverse population. Workshop panelists will highlight the special challenges facing nontraditional students and inform attendees of the University policies, resources and community supports available to address them. Join us to learn how you can assist in retaining student parents at U-M and helping them thrive!

This panel is targeted specifically to U-M staff, however students are welcome.

Co-sponsored by Work-Life Resource Center and the Rackham Graduate School.



 

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