Student Engagement and Success leadership team to present at national conferences

Dr. Michelle Rosemond
Dr. Michelle Rosemond
Dr. Latanya Hammonds-Odie
Dr. Latanya Hammonds-Odie
Juan Ren
Juan Ren
 

Several Student Engagement and Success (SES) staff and faculty allies will present at two conferences during summer 2021.

Dr. Michelle Rosemond, vice president for SES, Dr. Latanya Hammonds-Odie, associate professor of biology, and Juan Ren, senior institutional research analyst, will present a research poster at the Accelerating Systemic Change Network in June. The research poster is titled, “Moving beyond Access with a Data Collection Ecosystem to optimize Underrepresented Minority Student Persistence in STEM.”

Rosemond also will present two research topics at the NASPA Virtual Assessment, Persistence, and Data Analytics Conference in June. The first presentation titled, “An Analytical Ecosystem to Drive First-Year Success at a Minority-Serving Institution,” will include presenters Dr. Justin Jernigan, senior associate vice president for Student Success, and Juan Ren, senior institutional research analyst.

Rosemond partnered with members of the Carl Vinson Institute on her second NASPA research presentation, “Data-Informed Data Informing.” Both presentations focus on student success and persistence.

Dr. Roslyn Brown receives the 2021 Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers Founder's Award

Dr. Roslyn Brown
Dr. Roslyn Brown


 

Dr. Roslyn Brown, director of Career Services, received the 2021 Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers (GACE) Founder's Award. The award recognizes outstanding service, support and dedication to GACE and the career services and recruitment professions. GACE's highest honor, it is only awarded when deemed appropriate. It was last awarded in 2016.