Conference Resources

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2014 Conference

2014 NYSTAA Conference, May 19 – 21, 2014 (Saratoga Springs, NY)

Tracking Transfers… the Race to Graduation

Resources

2014 Conference Program Guide

2014_Conference_Booklet

 

Presentations

A Transfer Living & Learning Community – Conference Workshop

A_Transfer_Living_&_Learning_Community_SYR

 

Making SUNY Transfer Paths Work for Your Campus – Conference Workshop

Finding_Your_Path_Making_SUNY_Transfer_Paths_Work_for_your_Campus

 

How Technology Can Assist When You Have Limited Transfer Personnel – Conference Workshop

HOW_THE_USE_OF_TECHNOLOGY_CAN_ASSIST_YOU_WHEN_YOU_HAVE_LIMITED_TRANSFER_PERSONNEL

 

Perceptions of High Academically Achieving Community College Transfer – Conference Workshop

PERCEPTIONS_OF_HIGH_ACADEMICALLY_ACHIEVING_COMMUNITY_COLLEGE_TRANSFER

 

Retention Initiatives from Enrollment Management to Institutional Interventions – Conference Workshop

Retention_Initiatives_From_Enrollment_Management_to_Institutional_Interventions

 

Smart Scholars & NYS P-TECH ECHS – Conference Workshop

Smart_Scholars_&_NYS_P-TECH_ECHS

 

Supporting, Serving, and Helping (Veterans) – Conference Workshop

Supporting_Serving_and_Helping

 

Transfer in SUNY Initiatives and Projects – Conference Workshop

Transfer_in_SUNY_Initiatives_and_Projects

 

Transfer Re-evaluated (guest presentation by New England Transfer Association) – Conference Workshop

Transfer_Re-evaluated

 

Transfer Shock – Conference Workshop

Transfer_Shock

 

2013 Conference

2013 NYSTAA Conference, May 21 – 23, 2013 (Rochester, NY)

NYSTAA Goes Platinum – Celebrating 20 Years!

Resources

2013 Conference Program Guide

Presentations

Pipelines and Pipedreams – Pre-Conference Workshop

Pipelines_and_Pipedreams

 

Common Problems in Transfer – Conference Workshop

Common-Problems-in-Transfer

 

Credit When It’s Due – Conference Workshop

NYSTAA2013ConferenceCreditWhereItsDue

 

Financial Aid & Transfer Students – Conference Workshop

FinancialAidTransferStudents

 

Fostering the 2 to 4 Year Partnership – Conference Workshop

Fosteringthe2to4YearPartnership

 

Improving Transfer Students Satisfaction – Conference Workshop

TSSCPresentation

 

New Beginnings: Le Moyne College’s Transfer Learning Community – Conference Workshop

NewBeginningsLeMoyneCollegesTransferLearningCommunity

 

Transfer Student Success: What are the key factors? – Conference Workshop

Transfer_Student_Success

 

Transfer Success Program – Syracuse University – Conference Workshop

Transfer_Success_Program

 

2012 Conference

Conference Program Guide

2012_Conference_Booklet

Pre-Conference Workshop

The Millenial Generation
Marcy Esler, Director of Student Retention, The College at Brockport
Ms. Esler revisits the concept of ìthe millen-nialsî so we can best understand the population of students we all work hard to help be successful and retain at our institutions. Who are they? What makes them tick? Why do they do what they do? Why arenít they more like us?

Millenial_Generation_2012

 

Keynote Speaker

Valuing Today’s Transfer Students: Building a Foundation for Success
Mark Allen Poisel, Ed.D.

Workshop Session I

Session A
Bigger Isn’t Better: Working in Small Groups Valuing Today’s Transfer Students: Building a Foundation for Success – 5 Fort Orange

Session B
Show Them You Care: Improving the Academic and Social Transition of Transfer Students
Presented by:
Chris Hockey, SUNY Oswego
Stephanie Haynes, SUNY Geneseo

Session C
New Member Workshop – 9 Fort Orange

Workshop Session II

Plenary Speaker: Jack Quinn, President, Erie Community College
Mr. Quinn has diverse experience ranging from the United States Congress to public high school teacher and currently community college president. He will speak to us about redefining success for transfer students within the framework of any new or existing governmental initiatives that are underway.

Workshop Session III

Session A
Returning to College as an Adult Student – 5 Fort Orange

Session B
Refine and Enrich Your Transfer Recruitment Experience
Presented by:
Robin Graff, Coordinator of Transfer Services, Westchester Community College
Gina Pappas, Admissions Counselor, St. John’s University
Joseph Spence, Counselor, Broome Community College

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Session C
Financial Aid 101: What Is It, How It Works, and How to Explain It – 9 Fort Orange

Workshop Session IV

Session A
Technology in Recruitment: I’ll Show You Mine, If You ‘ll Show Me Yours – 5 Fort Orange

Session B
A Map2Transfer: Resources and Data to Help Students Understand and Prepare for Transfer – 7 Fort Orange

Session C
Maximizing Technology for Students and Advisors

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Conference Committee Chairs:

Anne Anthon, Admissions Counselor, D’Youville College

Lindsay Gerhardt, Senior Admissions Counselor, SUNY Geneseo

Amy Stokes, Coordinator of Academic Advisement & Liberal Arts, SUNY Fredonia

Sponsors & Exhibitors

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