Building Faculty Alignment in Concurrent Enrollment Programs at San Antonio College

July 14, 2021 / 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Date

July 14, 2021

Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Category

Presenters:

  • Sobia Khan, Dean for Academic Success, San Antonio College (Alamo Colleges), Texas
  • Lillian Porter, Director of High School Programs, San Antonio College (Alamo Colleges)
  • Thomas Clarkin, Professor of History/ Faculty Liaison for High School Programs, San Antonio College (Alamo Colleges), Texas
  • Erik Anderson, Associate Professor of History/ Faculty Liaison for High School Programs, San Antonio College (Alamo Colleges), Texas
  • Shelly Sheppard, Biology Faculty and Coordinator/Dual Credit Faculty Liaison, San Antonio College (Alamo Colleges), Texas
  • Angela Nessler, History Faculty, Reagan High School, North East ISD, San Antonio, Texas

Join us for this webinar highlighting San Antonio College’s journey to build systems and strategies for alignment between concurrent enrollment instructors, on-campus faculty, and the departments they connect. This session features diverse perspectives from those engaged in the work, including insights and lessons learned from high school faculty, faculty liaisons, as well as program and college leadership. Don’t miss your chance to dig in on the nuts and bolts of building, maintaining, standardizing, and documenting systems for continuous improvement.

San Antonio College is a 2021 Aspen Prize winner for Community College of Excellence serving concurrent student populations in eight Independent School Districts, twenty-eight high schools, and four additional charter networks. Our collective goal is to ensure all our students have equitable access to higher education success. The work of the San Antonio College Office of High School Programs (HSP) plays a critical role in supporting this goal.

 

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