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Workshop

Writing/Revising a Personal Philosophy of Practice

Date:
Time:
10:15 am – 11:45 am
Nebraska Union Room: Chimney Rock
1400 R St
Lincoln NE 68508
Additional Info: Due to the discussion-based nature of this workshop, the in-person format is highly recommended. Zoom is available for participants who can only join remotely. Please email CJ Venable at cj.venable@unl.edu for details.
Target Audiences:
Contact:
CJ Venable, cj.venable@unl.edu
This workshop will lead academic advisors and other student success professionals in reflective discussion about their work with students. By considering values, beliefs, and approaches, participants will begin to articulate a personal philosophy that guides their practice (or refine an existing philosophy to reflect their current values, beliefs, and approaches). This workshop will address the following NACADA Core Competencies: R1 (articulate a personal philosophy of academic advising) and R7 (engage in on-going assessment and development of self and the advising practice). Please register on Bridge at the link provided.

https://nebraska.bridgeapp.com/learner/training/e847fb25/enroll

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This event originated in University Academic Advising.