Faculty, staff invited to attend ‘First-Generation Students: Exploring Teaching and Learning Implications’ workshop

All faculty and staff are invited to a workshop to discover how to support and elevate first-generation students from 3 to 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 3 in Wichita State Connect or via Zoom.

The workshop will be led by Dr. Brett Bruner, associate vice president of Student Success and Persistence; Dr. Sara Mata, executive director of Hispanic Serving Institution; Ashley Cervantes, College Readiness and Retention Program director; and Dr. Bobby Berry, assistant dean for diversity and outreach in the College of Applied Studies. Join them for an insightful session to gain valuable knowledge and strategies to empower first-generation students on their academic journey.

RSVP online to attend the First-Generation Students: Exploring Teaching and Learning Implications workshop. Participants will explore data, systems of support and promote inclusive classroom cultures and navigating first-generation intersectionality.

Immediately following the workshop, enjoy the Provost’s Pedagogy Happy Hour with drinks and light appetizers from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Wichita State Connect, introducing a new space for preK-12 student, family and community engagement. RSVP for the mixer.