Campus Tour & Activities - In person only
8 – 8:45 a.m.
Tour of IT Building
Facilitator: Dr. Kristin Lima
Meet in the middle of the IT Building 18.
Tour of HPEAAR
Facilitators: Dr. Kim Hyatt & Andrew Jackman
Tour of the gym, weight room, applied cross training room, tennis court, the track, swimming pools and rock wall. Meet at the lobby of the gym in Building 1.
Tour of Visual Arts
Facilitator: Dr. Laura Nash
Meet at the Main Mall
8:45 – 9 a.m.
What We Value: Our Individual and Shared Roles in Achieving Strategic Priorities - Zoom only
9 – 10:30 a.m.
Keynote: Dr. Tia McNair
Dr. Tia Brown McNair is
the Vice President in the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Student Success and Executive Director for the Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation (TRHT) Campus Centers at the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)
in Washington, DC. She oversees both funded projects and AAC&U’s continuing programs on equity, inclusive excellence, high-impact practices, and student success. McNair directs AAC&U’s Summer Institutes on High-Impact Practices and Student
Success, and TRHT Campus Centers and serves as the project director for several AAC&U initiatives, including the development of a TRHT-focused campus climate toolkit. She is the lead author of From Equity Talk to Equity Walk: Expanding Practitioner Knowledge for Racial Justice in Higher Education (January 2020) and Becoming a Student-Ready College: A New Culture of Leadership for Student Success (July 2016 and August 2022 Second edition).
How do we build and strengthen our capacity to deliver on the promise of being a student-ready college? How are we translating our values and goals of being a student/learner-centered institution,equity-minded, and data-informed into our daily
practices to promote and to achieve higher levels of student learning and success? How are we developing as a student-ready professional learning organization that is responsive and reflective? In this session, participants will identify
key steps for examining and for establishing equity-centered goals focused on achieving strategic priorities through deeper understanding of our individual and shared roles in the process of becoming a student-ready college.
10:30 – 11 a.m.
Strategic Enrollment Management - Zoom only
11 a.m. – Noon
Facilitators: Drs. John Hamblin and Al McQuarters
Come learn how you can join one of the following SEM implementation teams:
- Financial Application & Literacy
- Early Alerts & Persistence
- Strategic Communications, Brand & Marketing
- Student Employment
- Sense of Belonging
Noon – 1 p.m.
Thursday Elective Sessions (Choose One) - Zoom only
1 -2 p.m.
NOVAtime Training for FT/PT Faculty and Those Who Supervise Faculty
Facilitator: Nicolas Sage
This session will cover all necessary tasks in NOVAtime, as well as provide an overview of the process regarding the differences between what is handled by NOVAtime and what is handled by
Payroll in a support role.
- Using NOVAtime for exception reporting.
- Using NOVAtime for PT positions.
- Using NOVAtime for supervisor duties.
This session will include live walk-throughs as well as a Q&A.
LGBTQIA2S+ Foundations Training
Facilitator: Bridge 13 through Sexual Minority Youth Resource Center
This presentation will cover terminology and basic concepts in order to create a shared base of knowledge before exploring gender and sexuality
in depth and diving into pronoun/name best practices. Please bring your knowledge and curiosity to the table in order to show up for LGBTQIA2S+ folks.
The Current Landscape and Future Vision for Student Basic Needs at MHCC
Facilitator: Bhaktirose Dawdy & SBN Team
Get an understanding of the current landscape and ecosystem of students' basic needs, as well as get involved in designing the future Equity Center.
Facilitator: Arnita Tucker-McFarland
In this session, faculty and staff will learn about the many programs associated with dual enrollment, the positive impact they make for our students and college, how to get more
involved in supporting the needs of our students both on and off campus.
What is Inclusive Access? / Bookstore Basics Q&A
Facilitators: Michelle Perry and Akademos representatives
Join this session to learn information regarding Inclusive Access text adoptions. This session will also include Q&A for bookstore general ordering processes.
Program Assessment Dashboard and Mapping
Facilitator: Georgia Portuondo
Prepare for the upcoming year of program assessment by learning how to link course work with CTE program outcomes. This session will walk you through the steps, beginning with mapping
courses to program outcomes, identifying direct assessment measures, reviewing results on your assessment dashboard, and using the results of assessment to improve student learning. The last 30 minutes will be dedicated to hands-on support
for program mapping.
Course Design Strategies for Inclusivity, Engagement, and Student Success
Facilitators: Online Learning Team - Cat Schleichert, Jeff Rouyer, Nathalie Wright, Eric Prochaska, Scott Surran, & Rich Petko.
Principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) concern all dimensions of teaching
and learning. Find out how you can leverage multiple means of engagement, representation and expression to create a student-ready and inclusive course using Blackboard. Join Online Learning on a tour of best practices in designing course
structure, activities and assessments to engage learners, simplify course management and elevate your teaching.
Look for fall TLC workshop dates coming soon for hands-on practice.
Facilitators: Blake Brown & Chris Neal
A best practices discussion on cyber security basics along with some tips on how you can protect student data while using MHCC systems.
Who Are We to Students?
Facilitators: Kelley Keith & Sydney Frost
Regardless of our positions or the frequency & nature of our everyday interactions with students, each of us is influential in a student’s sense of belonging and connection
to MHCC. As we go forward with Fall ’22, our students will arrive with needs, curiosities, worries, and thrills. Let’s become more ready than before and practice new or different ways each of us contributes to students knowing they matter
Using case scenarios, reflective questions, guiding principles, and in-the-moment examples from the collective wisdom in the Zoom Room, we’ll address the question: “Who are we to students?” and, most importantly, why does it matter? We’ll
also identify existing & new resources at MHCC built to support each of us in how we support, refer, and keep our students connected.
Annual Bloodborne Pathogens Training
Facilitator(s) name: Candice Teague and Corey Sippel
In this session we cover bloodborne pathogens topics such as, the basics of “Universal Precaution” as it relates to health care professions and why we train on it. We will also cover the
topics of exposure prevention to common pathogens, the reporting process for an exposure and needle stick prevention. Lastly, we will walk through a sample scenario of an exposure and the steps to take when reporting a BBP exposure.
2 – 2:30 p.m.
Mandatory Training for Tenure Committees - Zoom only
2:30 – 5 p.m.
Facilitator: Bernadette Harnish & Kelley Keith
FT Faculty Evaluation Training and Tenure Process Training for Chairs and Tenure Committees. Followed by new Faculty Orientation.
PFTA Classroom Observation Training - Zoom only
2:30 – 5 p.m.
Facilitators: Sara Rivara, Nathalie Wright & Denise Tischler
This updated training covers how to use a strength-based approach to classroom observations. Topics covered include observing multi-modal classrooms, culturally
responsive teaching, and best practices to help your colleagues grow in their teaching practices. While this training is required for anyone who wants or is required to observe Part Time faculty as part of the evaluation process and who
has yet to participate in past trainings, we welcome folks who might have been trained in the past to join in this updated approach to classroom observation.
Time for Faculty Advising Meetings with Students / Assessment Reporting
2:30 – 5 p.m.
Dedicated time for FT faculty not attending the Training for Tenure Committee or PFTA Classroom Observation Training