Empowering Students to Write Their Own Songs of Success

NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising 36th Annual Conference

Gaylord Opryland, Nashville, TN, Oct 4-7, 2012

I love the conference’s theme: to empower students to write their own songs of success, and am very excited to attend my first NACADA annual conference. I am especially interested in the connection between the philosophy/theory of advising and its actual practice, and will do some live-blogging from the conference along those lines. I would very much appreciate your comments on my posts!

Among the 51 advising topics/tracks, I am particularly interested in the three below, and plan to attend 21 sessions, and blog about as many as I can:

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One Response to Empowering Students to Write Their Own Songs of Success

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Twenty-one sessions! That sounds like a LOT! Well, I can’t wait to hear all about it. From: Your most devoted blog reader.

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