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Understanding the Husker Student POWER Framework

12:00 pm–1:00 pm
TJ McDowell,
Drawing upon the commonly recognized “Husker Power” cheer, the Offices of Academic and Student Affairs collaboratively developed Husker Student POWER, a framework designed to highlight five priority areas to help first-year scholars succeed. The five POWER areas are:
Purpose, Ownership, Well-being, Engage, Relationships.

Learn how Husker Student POWER has been implemented by several units, including Housing, New Student Enrollment, the Center for Academic Success and Transition, and Student Involvement. The presentation will also provide data from the Husker Student POWER survey— distributed to all first year and new transfer students during the fourth week of fall and spring semesters—to illuminate these scholars’ top concerns and to discuss ways that faculty and staff can use this data to address and eliminate barriers to their success.

To learn more, contact TJ McDowell at or Amy Goodburn at

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