PDD 2022 - Student Support in 3D: Dream. Design. Develop.
Date: Wednesday, March 9 & Thursday, March 10, 2022 Location: Virtual Conference Provided by ZOOM Keynote Speakers: Dr. Charles R. Martinez, dean of the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin Example Sessions:
Small Shifts, Big Lifts: (Re)Viewing Student Support from a Well-Being Perspective
Advising the “Write” Way – Engaging Writing Center Practices in Advising
Dreaming of Bringing Little Longhorns into the Herd: Policies, Practices, and Resources for Supporting Students with Dependents
It Takes a Village: Staying Motivated in Challenging Times
Date: Thursday, March 12 & Friday March 13, 2021 Location: Virtual Conference Provided by WHOVA Conference Platform Keynote Speakers: Dr. Gage Paine, Gage Paine Consulting; Dr. Julie Schell, Assistant Dean for Instructional Continuity and Innovation Example Sessions:
Online Overload: Staying Engaged and Battling Virtual Communication Fatigue
New Year, New Methodology: How to Execute Higher Education Projects
Advising Relics: Connect, Learn, and Lead
Advocating for the Advising Profession: Using Data and Research to Quantify Our Work
Making Meaningful Connections: Building rapport through flipped advising and the use of basic counseling skills
Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Student Union Building Keynote Speaker: Rachelle Hernandez, Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Example Sessions:
Practicing What We Preach: Best Practices for Creating Engaging Educational Workshops
We All Love a Good Story
The IMperfect Advisor: Loving Yourself (and Others) Through Mistakes
Communicating with Empathy: An Introduction to Non-Violent Communication
Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Commons Learning Center, J.J. Pickle Research Campus Keynote Speaker: Dr. Mary Steinhardt, Director of the Stress Adaptation and Health Resilience Lab and Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education Example Sessions:
From Bud to Boss: Moving into Management
The Impact of Mobile Technology on Academic Advising & Student Engagement
Why do students drop courses, and how can we prevent this from happening?
Date: February 22, 2017 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Commons Learning Center, J.J. Pickle Research Campus Keynote Speaker: Dr. Rich Reddick, Associate Professor, Assistant Vice President for Research and Policy in the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement Example Sessions:
Advising for Interdisciplinary Degrees: Helping Students Author their Own Degree
Supporting Undocumented Students in the Post-Obama Era
Making Big First-Year Learning Communities Feel Small
Stress vs. Distress: How to Tell the Difference & How to Help
PDD 2016 - Expand Your Talent to Grow Your Potential
Date: February 23, 2016 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Commons Learning Center, J.J. Pickle Research Campus Keynote Speaker: Kyle Clark; Associate Director of New Student Services at The University of Texas at Austin Example Sessions:
Stop Asking Permission!
Translating Media Training Tips to Everyday Professional Success
PDD 2015 - Making Connections to Make a Difference.
Date: February 12, 2015 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Student Union Building Keynote Speaker: Dr. John Daly; Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, Moody College of Communication, The University of Texas at Austin Example Sessions:
Date: February 13, 2014 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Student Activity Center Keynote Speaker: Dr. Beverly Chiodo; Professor in the Department of Management, McCoy College of Business, Texas State University Example Sessions:
Career Wellness: Are You Living Your Life's Purpose?
Ain't No Mountain High Enough: Increasing Motivation in Probation Students
Date: February 7, 2013 Location: The University of Texas at Austin Student Activity Center Keynote Speaker: Dr. David A. Laude; Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment and Graduation Management, Executive Vice President & Provost Office, The University of Texas at Austin Example Sessions:
The Myth of Multitasking: Am I Really Making the Most of My Time?
Redefine Your Thinking: An Exploration and Discussion of the Imposter Syndrome