Presentation Title

Serving At-Risk and Minority Students: U.S. Department of Education Best Practices

Location

Buller Hall 250

Start Date

8-19-2022 10:30 AM

End Date

8-19-2022 12:00 PM

Description

In this session, U.S. Department of Education best practices will be discussed to demonstrate how Andrews University is implementing changes to strengthen the overall infrastructure of the University to serve at-risk and minority students through the Title III grant. The Year I Title III report submitted to the Department of Education and grant initiatives will also be discussed. The Title III Office serves as the central administrative office for the management of the multiple Title III ongoing activities and as a liaison between the institution and the Federal Government to ensure that the Title III grant regulations and guidelines are met. The purpose of the Title III grant is to assist Andrews in developing educational strategies for at-risk and minority students with a focus on Native American students to improve retention and graduation rates.

Biography

Christon Arthur, Provost

Yasmina Herinirina, Title III Grant Activities Coordinator

Padma Uppala, Professor of Public Health

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Aug 19th, 10:30 AM Aug 19th, 12:00 PM

Serving At-Risk and Minority Students: U.S. Department of Education Best Practices

Buller Hall 250

In this session, U.S. Department of Education best practices will be discussed to demonstrate how Andrews University is implementing changes to strengthen the overall infrastructure of the University to serve at-risk and minority students through the Title III grant. The Year I Title III report submitted to the Department of Education and grant initiatives will also be discussed. The Title III Office serves as the central administrative office for the management of the multiple Title III ongoing activities and as a liaison between the institution and the Federal Government to ensure that the Title III grant regulations and guidelines are met. The purpose of the Title III grant is to assist Andrews in developing educational strategies for at-risk and minority students with a focus on Native American students to improve retention and graduation rates.