NACEP Conference 2013 Presentations

Saturday, October 19, 2013 - Professional Development Academy (Agenda)

Rigor and Culture: Differences in Looks Between High School and College
Patrick Nolan & Chuck Crygier, Sandalwood High School

High School Guidance and College Advisor: A United Front for Student Success
Naita Guine, Florida State College at Jacksonville; Jenna Senkowsky, Duval County Public Schools; & Lauren Wintermeyer, Santa Barbara City College

Providing Feedback to Discussions and Assignments
Barbara Yankowy, Florida State College at Jacksonville

Supporting Concurrent Enrollment English Instructors: Activities and Ideas for Ongoing Collegial Interaction
Deanna Jessup, Indiana University

Sunday, October 20, 2013 - Main Conference Day 1

Presentation Session 1

Dual Credit in Illinois: Ensuring Quality and Examining Impact
Jason Taylor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Brian Durham, Illinois Community College Board; & Amanda Corso, Illinois Community College Board

Countering the “Dark Side of Dual Enrollment”
Lauren Wintermeyer, Santa Barbara City College; Diane Hollems, Santa Barbara City College & Jesus Vega, Santa Barbara City College

Essential Elements for Concurrent Enrollment: Lessons from Serving Disconnected Youth
Gaylen Brannon-Trottier, Gateway to College National Network & Nick Mathern, Gateway to College National Network

Exhibitor Presentation: Crossing the Finish Line with Career/College Private Sector Partnerships
Barry Hawthorne, Advanced Technology Academy; Bruce Harger, Lake Superior State University & Hannah Hawthorne, Advanced Technology Academy

Exhibitor Presentation: Want to Fully Automate Enrollment and Registration?
Presentations: Overview of DualEnroll.com | Early College at Lake Michigan College - Early Registration with DualEnroll.com
Webinar: Enrollment is easy with DualEnroll.com
Janet Van Pelt, DualEnroll.com & Raquel Ramirez, Lake Michigan College

Introduction to NACEP's Standards for Program Quality
NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair Jaclyn Dumond, University of Southern Indiana & NACEP Accreditation Commission Vice Chair Victoria Zeppelin, Tompkins Cortland Community College

Presentation Session 2

Alignment Through Incentive: Formalized Workshops for Concurrent Enrollment Instructors | Handout
Nicole Bryant, Laramie County Community College

College Assessment of General Education Outcomes in Concurrent Enrollment Classes
Curtis Biggs, Northern Wyoming Community College District & Stoney Gaddy, Northern Wyoming Community College District

Best Practices for Student Success in College Level Work | Handout: Bard High School Early College Seminar Reading List
Michael Lerner, Bard High School Early, College Manhattan & Laura Hymson, Bard High School Early, College Queens

Putting the 'P' in NACEP: Creating and Maintaining Equitable Partnerships
Miles McCrimmon, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College; Genene LeRosen, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College; Sheralyne Tierseron, J.R. Tucker High School & Tracy Green, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

Panel Discussion/Roundtable Session 1

Leveraging Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships to Support Implementation of the Common Core State Standards
Moderator: Nancy Yurko, Florida State College at Jacksonville
Panelists: Megan Adamczyk, Minnesota State Community and Technical College; Diane Hollems, Santa Barbara City College; Sharon Schroeder, Youngstown State University & Lauren Wintermeyer, Santa Barbara City College

Presentation Session 3

Best Strategies for Successful Credit Transfer: Results of the 2013 Concurrent Enrollment Credit Transfer Study
Magdalena Narozniak, University of Connecticut & Brian Boecherer, University of Connecticut

Charting New Eligibility Criteria for Middle Performing Students
Susan Malone, Hillcrest High School; Moya Kessig, Utah State Office of Education & Cynthia Grua, Utah System of Higher Education

College Degree Attainment Outcomes for Early College Students in Ohio: 2004-2011
Bob Haas, Marion Technical College

Developing STEM Early College Pathways
Caesar Mickens, Jobs for the Future

Governmental Relations: Federal Policy Updates
NACEP Executive Director Adam Lowe

Redesigning Concurrent Enrollment in Kentucky: Coming to Agreement and Managing Change |Handout: Dual Credit MoU
Lisa Stephenson, Kentucky Community and Technical College & Mike Quillen, Kentucky Community and Technical College System

Strategies for Managing Rapid Growth in Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Ben Earwicker, Northwest Nazarene University & NACEP Four-Year Private Institutional Representative Dennis Waller, Northwest Nazarene University

Monday, October 21, 2013 - Main Conference Day 2

Presentation Session 4

Dual Advisement for Dual Enrollment: Best Practices for Concurrent Advising
Annette Pukahi, Utah Valley University & Joyce Harrison, Mountain View High School

Fostering Community and Establishing Best Practices Through Professional Development
Handouts: UF-USA English Program GuidelinesUF-USA Day for Instructors Agenda
Nicole Diederich, The University of Findlay & Christine Denecker, The University of Findlay

Layered Evaluation: Deep and Wide
Helen Buckland, University of Washington

Making Headway: Strengthening Relationships with High School Partners
Gail Zehr, Hawkeye Community College & Laurel Klinkenberg, Hawkeye Community College

Private College-University Best Practices and Roundtable Discussion
NACEP Private Four-Year Institutional Representative Dennis Waller, Northwest Nazarene University & Ben Earwicker, Northwest Nazarene University

Roundtable for New and Developing Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Handouts: Fist Full of Knowledge | Student Authorization Form (FERPA) | Advising Form for Dual Credit
LorryBeth Wilson, West Kentucky Community and Technical College & Kristin Skiles, Clark State Community College

The EXCELerate Project: Increasing Access by Removing Barriers
Rick Roach, Tulsa Community College; Lisa Reynolds, Tulsa Public Schools & Lisa Witcher, Union Public Schools

Presentation Session 5

Constructing College Readiness and Success for All Students | Handout: C Note Paper
Catherine Simmons, AVID Center; Melissa Osborn, Sandalwood High School & Wanda Lastrapes, University of North Florida

Here We Go Again; Dealing With Difficult Parents
Jeff Fox, Northern Kentucky University & Betsy John-Jennings, Northern Kentucky University

Navigating Innovative Programs: Technology Intensive Concurrent Enrollment Programs (TICE)
Handouts: Session Agenda | TICE Overview
Rhonda Low, Salt Lake Community College; Carolyn Riggs, Salt Lake Community College & Trudy Richardson, Salt Lake Community College

Navigating Rough Waters with Your Campus Concurrent Enrollment Critics
Loralee Stevens, Johnson County Community College

The Crucial Link: A Faculty Liaison's Experience with Concurrent Enrollment
Handouts: EXCEL Faculty Site Visit Report Form | Guidelines for EXCEL Liaisons and Faculty Visitors
John Han, Missouri Baptist University; Mary Ellen Fuquay, Missouri Baptist University & Doug Morris, Missouri Baptist University

The More the Merrier! Partnership Model to Increase Concurrent Enrollment Faculty
Stephanie James, Jacksonville University

Virtual Pipelines - Digitally Bursting The Seams of Our Systems
Wanda Synstelien, Inver Hills Community College

Plenary Session 

Panel Discussion: Dual Enrollment in Florida: Innovation and Trends
Moderator: NACEP President-elect Kent Scheffel, Lewis & Clark Community College
Panelists: Matthew Bouck, Director Administrator, Statewide Course Numbering System, Florida Department of Education; Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent, Duval County Public Schools & Dr. Judith Bilsky, Provost, Florida State College at Jacksonville

Panel Discussion/Roundtable Session 2

Advancing Career and Technical Education Pathways Through Dual and Concurrent Enrollment
Moderator: NACEP Treasurer Jeannette Carter, Pennsylvania College of Technology
Panelists: Beverly Hunsberger, Pennsylvania College of Technology; Todd Prusha, Kirkwood Community College & Glo Merrill, Salt Lake Community College

Creating College Cultures in Rural Schools
Moderator: NACEP Four-Year Public Institutional Representative Fabiola Juarez-Coca, Boise State University
Panelists: Patricia Ferguson, Trident Regional Education Center & Lisa Stephenson, Kentucky Community and Technical College System

Statewide Collaborations to Strengthen Dual and Concurrent Enrollment
Moderator: NACEP President-elect Kent Scheffel, Lewis & Clark Community College
Panelists: Janet Boyle, Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning; Karen Gilbert, Gaston County Schools; NACEP Secretary Gregory Kleinheinz, University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh; Tyonka Perkins, Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning; Tricia Wessel-Blaski, University of Wisconsin Colleges & Kimberly Wyont, Gaston College

Presentation Session 6

Eastern Promise: A Credit-by-Proficiency Approach and Building a Rural College Going Culture
Danny Mielke, Eastern Oregon University

Make the Most of Your Conference: Applying Your Takeaways
Incoming NACEP Four-Year Public Institutional Representative Tim Stetter, University of Washington

Online Learning Platforms Aren't Just for Online Courses!
Kelley McClure-Mork, Ridgewater College

Providing Student Services for Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Students
Hilda Billups, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

Strategic Management for Program Lead Staff Members
Joanna Vanderpool, Northwest Nazarene University; NACEP Four-Year Private Institutional Representative Dennis Waller, Northwest Nazarene University & Ben Earwicker, Northwest Nazarene University