In partnership with Temple University, we invite you to join us at Pathways, a first-of-its-kind event that will explore emerging trends, research, and approaches to student development and co-curricular programming. Be ready for a day of insightful talks, hands-on-workshops, and peer connections that will introduce new ideas or solutions relevant to your campus.
Jo is experienced in designing, implementing and leading fully integrated academic and career advising centers at the University of Wyoming, a moderately selective flagship institution with 13,000 students. She worked on the team that designed the SOAR program for all undergraduate majors at the University of Wyoming. SOAR is a competency-based program comprised of experiences that will shape, engage and prepare students to meet complex challenges for the future.
Dr. Murrell, formerly the Associate Dean within the College of Business Administration and Director of the David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership at the University of Pittsburgh, conducts research on student success, mentoring, as well as diversity and social issues in management. She was a part of Pitt’s strategic committee who oversaw their institutional program “The Outside the Classroom Curriculum”. Audrey wanted to personalize The OCC and so she constructed a track specific to her business students, called “The Pitt Business Outside the Classroom Curriculum”.
In this role Duane spearheads a broad range of programs and activities that support student persistence and achievement. He oversees multiple areas: Freshman and Transfer Student Orientations, Red Hawk Advantage Summer Bridge program, Experience Montclair program, Orientation Leadership program, Red Hawk Day activities, Adult learning program, Senior citizen Tuition Waiver program, New Jersey Department of Labor Training program, Veteran and Military Student Support Services, Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP), and other academic programs designed to engage students at the University.
For the past 12 years Kate has worked for Temple as an Admission and Enrollment specialist helping to recruit and retain high performing undergraduate students. In 2008 Kate created the Fox Immersion Program which tracked co-curricular activities students participated in outside the classroom. In 2017 this program was rebranded as the Fox Leadership Development Program with over 8,000 students being tracked on the Suitable platform. Kate holds a BBA from Fox ('06) and a MS in Sport and Recreation Administration from the School of Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management.
From networking to peer-led workshops, you'll be in for a day of valuable connections.