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Sunday, October 16, 2016

State Policy Workshop

Making Dual Enrollment Count: A Closer Look at States’ Public Reporting and Accountability Systems
Marie O'Hara, Achieve

Current Events: News from 2016 and Forecasting for 2017
Adam Lowe, NACEP

Funding models for dual and concurrent enrollment
Jennifer Zinth, Education Commission of the States

Monday, October 17, 2016

Opening Plenary Session

COLLABORATION: Community-wide Initiatives to Increase Educational Attainment

  • Mary Gwen Wheeler, 55,000 Degrees
  • Linda Knicely, Battelle for Kids
  • Tracy Najera, Battelle for Kids
  • MODERATOR: NACEP Member-at-Large Patrick Cannon, Purdue University Northwest

Unveiling NACEP's 2017-2019 Strategic Plan

  • Kent Scheffel, NACEP President, Lewis & Clark Community College
  • Victoria Zeppelin, NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair, Tompkins Cortland Community College
  • Tim Stetter, NACEP President-elect, University of Washington
  • Loralee Stevens, NACEP Two-Year Institution Representative, Johnson County Community College
  • Patrick Cannon, NACEP Member-at-Large, Purdue University Northwest
  • Noreen Light, NACEP State Policy Leadership Committee Member, Washington Student Achievement Council

Big Ideas Session 1

Partnership Development: Lessons Learned from Start-up Programs

  • MODERATOR: NACEP Governmental Relations Committee Chair Kathleen Burns, University of Missouri – St. Louis (Missouri)
  • Dwayne Conway, Maranacook Community High School (Maine) - 2016-17 Dual Enrollment
  • Leah Melichar, Ferris State University (Michigan)
  • Kristen Levesque, Maranacook Community High School (Maine)
  • Lisa Jacobs, Rockford Public Schools (Michigan)

Overcoming Barriers: Managing Collaboration Challenges

  • MODERATOR: NACEP Treasurer, Nate Southerland, Salt Lake Community College (Utah)
  • Lisa Reynolds, Tulsa Public Schools (Oklahoma)
  • Jeanne Guerrero, The University of Louisville (Kentucky)
  • Steve Smith, The University of Louisville (Kentucky)

Student Supports: Racing Toward Academic Success

  • MODERATOR: NACEP Communications Committee Chair Christine Denecker, The University of Findlay
  • Misty Smith, East Central Community College (Mississippi)
  • Katy Buerger, University of Texas at Tyler (Texas)
  • Alice Abernathy, Jacksonville State University (Alabama)

Managing Growth: State Approaches to Quality Assurance

  • MODERATOR: NACEP Executive Director Adam Lowe (North Carolina)
  • Linda Allen, Hawkeye Community College (Iowa)
  • Jessica Espinosa, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Minnesota)
  • Noreen Light, Washington Student Achievement Council (Washington)

Best Practices & Issues for Four-Year Institutions Forum

  • NACEP Four Year Public Institution Representative, Mike Beam, Indiana University (Indiana

The Benefits and Challenges in Starting a State or Regional NACEP Chapter

  • NACEP Member-At-Large, Patrick Cannon, Purdue University Northwest (Indiana)
  • Connie Poteet, National Park College (AR)
  • Dave Naze, Joliet Junior College (IL)
  • Tim Dorsey, Cuyahoga Community College (OH)
  • Kathleen Burns, University of Missouri-St. Louis (MO)
  • Beth Rhoades, Weber State (UT)
  • Holly Handy, Davis School District (UT)
  • James Cooper, Charlevoix-Emmet School District (MI)

Introduction to NACEP’s Standards for Program Quality

  • NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair, Victoria Zeppelin, Tompkins Cortland Community College (New York)
  • NACEP Accreditation Commission Vice-Chair, Deanna Jessup, Indiana University (Indiana)

Breakout Session 1

Implementation of Dual Credit Programs in Kentucky

  • Patricia Kannapel, REL Appalachia at CNA (Kentucky)
  • Chad Lochmiller, Indiana University (Indiana)
  • Michael Flory, REL Appalachia at CNA (Kentucky)

Academic Advisement: How We Make It Happen

  • Mary Stephenson, Utah Valley University (Utah)
  • Holly Perry, Salt Lake Community College (Utah)
  • John Van Orman, Snow College (Utah)

Collaboration as the Key to Credentialing Success

  • Linda Knicely, Battelle for Kids (Ohio)
  • Tracy Najera, Battelle for Kids (Ohio)
  • Tasha Werry, Marietta City Schools (Ohio)
  1. Zane State College Teacher Credentialing Pre Approval Form.pdf
  2. Valentines Day Dual Enrollment Partners Blog Post.pdf
  3. Teacher Credentialing Program Benefits_Candidate Survey Response.pdf
  4. Teacher Credentialing Flow Chart.pdf
  5. Teacher Credentialing Blog Post.pdf
  6. Teacher Credential Candidate Protocol.pdf
  7. OAC Quality Matters Flyer.pdf
  8. Federal Loan Forgiveness Program Summary.pdf
  9. Dual Enrollment Credentialing Options Fall 2016.pdf
  10. Concurrent Enrollment Teacher Credentialing Hot Topics.pdf
  11. Ashland University Dual Enrollment Pathways Graduate Course Outline.pdf

Creating Compliance Through Collaboration

  • Adam Shelffo, Arapahoe Community College (Colorado)
  • Sheri Bryant, Douglas County School District (Colorado

Disrupting Barriers of Place and Practice; Making College Now Possible!

  • Timothy Melvin, Georgia Cyber Academy (Georgia)
  • Pat Keeney, K12, Inc. (Virginia)
  • Dianne Barker, Technical College System of Georgia (Georgia)

Making Dual Enrollment Count: A Closer Look at States’ Public Reporting and Accountability Systems

  • Marie O’Hara, Achieve (District of Columbia)

Helping Students Rise to the Challenge: AVID Academic & Social Supports

  • Denise Rupert, AVID (Florida)
  • Jaime Lomax, AVID (Florida)

Exhibitor Session: Success in Math through Concurrent Programs: Bringing ALEKS Math Placement to High Schools

  • John Hansen, Iowa Central Community College (Iowa)

Building a Project-Based Learning School Featuring Pathways to STEM Careers

  • Nick Brake, Owensboro Public Schools (Kentucky)
  • Stacy Edds-Ellis, Owensboro Community and Technical College (Kentucky)

Breakout Session 2

Getting a Fresh Perspective on the E Standard

  • NACEP Accreditation Commissioner, Bretton DeLaria, Saint Louis University (Missouri)

Counselor Outreach: Accustomed to Being Handled and Being Tacked Up

  • Beth Rhoades, Weber State University (Utah)
  • Holly Handy, Davis School District (Utah)

A Game Changer: Tuition-Free Alternative Diploma Path

  • Dianne Lassai Barker, Technical College System of Georgia (Georgia)

Beyond Graduation Rates: Leading and Lagging Indicators for Concurrent Enrollment

  • Jordan Horowitz, Institute for Evidence-Based Change (California)

Using Discipline-Specific Regional Conferences for Professional Development and Graduate Credits

  • Lisa Lucas Hurst, Southwest Minnesota State University (Minnesota)

Recruitment, Enrollment and Transition Team: Creating Matriculation

  • Lisa Stephenson, West Kentucky Community & Technical College
  • Trent Johnson, West Kentucky Community and Technical College
  • Lorry Beth Wilson, West Kentucky Community and Technical College

Bringing them Into the Fold: Preparing New Concurrent Enrollment Instructors

  • NACEP Private Institution Representative, William Newell, Syracuse University (New York)
  • Christina Parish, Syracuse University (New York)

Making the Transition: Career and Technical Students’ Transition to College

  • Jason Taylor, University of Utah (Utah)

Identity Development and College Success

  • Nick Mathern, Gateway to College National Network (Oregon)
  • Devora Shamah, Gateway to College National Network (Oregon)

Exhibitor Session: DualEnroll.com: Two Obvious Benefits, Plus Four You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

  • Janet Van Pelt, DualEnroll (Virginia)
  • Julie Wengert, Missouri Southern State University (Missouri)

Breakout Session 3

Dual Credit Participation In Idaho Schools and Districts

  • Ashley Pierson, Education Northwest (Oregon)
  • Dana Kelly, Idaho State Board of Education (Idaho)

Students Don’t Know What They Don’t Know

  • Rachel Clark, Purdue University Northwest (Indiana)
  • Tyler Clark, Purdue University Northwest (Indiana)
  • Peter Bailey, Purdue University Northwest (Indiana
  1. Student NSO Handout 2.0
  2. Plan of Study 2.0 + PCAL

Addressing Concurrent Enrollment Disparity in Rural Areas through Interactive Video Conferencing

  • Doug Johnson, Snow College (Utah)
  • Landon Peterson, Snow College (Utah)
  • Charice Carroll, Utah Education Network (Utah)
  • Nick Marsing, Snow College (Utah)

Get the Bleep Out! Dealing with Noncompliance

  • Melinda Bowman, Eastern Washington University (Washington)
  • Brenda Blazekovic, Eastern Washington University (Washington)
    1. Faculty Liaison Agreement
    2. Faculty Mentor Agreement
    3. Noncompliance Policy

Dual Credit and Central High School: Advancing Minority Student Opportunities

  • Jeanne Guerrero, University of Louisville (Kentucky)

Build, Connect and Partner with Concurrent Faculty and Students

  • Kim Brown, Utah Valley University (Utah)

Open Discussion with NACEP Leadership

  • NACEP President, Kent Scheffel, Lewis and Clark Community College (Illinois)
  • NACEP President-elect, Tim Stetter, University of Washington (Washington)
  • NACEP Secondary School Partners Committee Chair, Joni Swanson, Mount Vernon School District (Washington)
  • NACEP Research Committee Chair, James Hendrix, Ball State University (Indiana)
  • NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair, Victoria Zeppelin, Tompkins Cortland Community College (New York)
  • NACEP Executive Director Adam Lowe (North Carolina)

NACEP 2015 Research Grantee Moraine Valley Community College: Examining Dual Credit Students’ College Choices and Success

  • Alexandria Terrazas, Moraine Valley Community College (Illinois)

Plenary Session

Introduction of Keynote Speaker

  • NACEP Secondary School Partners Committee Chair Joni Swanson, Mount Vernon School District

Concurrently Schooling Students on Race and Racism

  • Dr. Shaun Harper, University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania)

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Plenary Session

Transitions: Strengthening Student Pathways to and through College

  • Scott Teichert, Weber State University
  • Cynthia Grua, Utah System of Higher Education
  • Phil Lederach, Hamilton Southeastern Public Schools
  • MODERATOR: NACEP Accreditation Commission External Member Robie Cornelious, Duval County Public Schools

Quality: Accreditation Recognition Ceremony

  • NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair, Victoria Zeppelin, Tompkins Cortland Community College
  • Former NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair, Jaclyn Dumond, University of Southern Indiana
  • NACEP Director of Accreditation and Member Services, Jennie Patteson

QUALITY: Newly Accredited Program Showcase

  • Maryellen Tast, Laramie County Community College
  • Dr. Catherine Bryan, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
  • Terri Colananni, College of the Ouachitas

Big Ideas Session 2

Bringing Programs to Scale: Expanding Access to Improve Equity

  1. Tri-Fold Brochure
  2. Poster

Entering the Starting Gate for Credential Attainment

  • Michael Ginnetti, Bowling Green State University (Ohio)
  • David Janik, Bowling Green State University (Ohio)
  • Ed Crowther, Adams State University (Colorado)
  • Michael Vente, Colorado Department of Higher Education (Colorado)

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment: What’s Trending in 2016 State Policy?

  • Jennifer Zinth, Education Commission of the States (Colorado)

Best Practices & Issues for the Private College-University Forum

  • NACEP Private Institution Representative, William Newell, Syracuse University (New York)

Best Practices & Issues for High Schools Forum

  • NACEP, Joni Swanson, NACEP Secondary School Partners Committee Chair

Considerations for Emerging Models of Dual and Concurrent Enrollment

  • NACEP Four Year Public Institution Representative, Mike Beam, Indiana University (Indiana)
  • NACEP Treasurer, Nate Southerland, Salt Lake Community College (Utah)
  • Holly Perry, Salt Lake Community College (Utah)

Best Practices & Issues for Two-Year Institutions Forum

  • Outgoing NACEP Two-Year Public Institution Representative, Loralee Stevens, Johnson County Community College (Kansas)
  • Incoming NACEP Two-Year Public Institution Representative, Rakhshi Hamid, Laramie County Community College (Wyoming)

Breakout Session 4

Parents and College: A Recipe for Success or Disaster?

  • NACEP Accreditation Commissioner, Bretton DeLaria, Saint Louis University (Missouri)

Purposeful Partnerships: Meeting NACEP Standards and Maximizing the Concurrent Enrollment Experience

  • Jamie Erford, Bluffton High School (Ohio)
  • NACEP Communications Committee Chair, Christine Denecker, The University of Findlay (Ohio)
  • Nicole Diederich, The University of Findlay (Ohio)
  • Jennifer Stepleton, Apollo Career Center (Ohio)

Strategies for Developing a College Going Culture

  • Melissa Murray, Pennsylvania Highlands Community College (Pennsylvania)
  • Joe Slifko, Pennsylvania Highlands Community College (Pennsylvania)
  • Rob Heinrich, Greater Johnstown High School (Pennsylvania)

Advising Through the Tangled Web

  • LorryBeth Wilson, West Kentucky Community and Technical College (Kentucky)

Demystifying Assessments: Quality Outcomes and Quality Data Presentation

  • NACEP Accreditation Commissioner, Magdalena Narozniak, University of Connecticut (Connecticut)

Creating a Concurrent Teaching and Learning Community

  • Frank Romanelli, University of Rhode Island (Rhode Island)
  • Denise Oliveira, University of Rhode Island (Rhode Island)
  • Amy Zenion, University of Rhode Island (Rhode Island)

Clean Out Your Concurrent Enrollment Stable: Continuous Program Improvement

  • Jaclyn Dumond, University of Southern Indiana (Indiana)
  • Dana Drury, University of Southern Indiana (Indiana)
  • Erin Hollinger, University of Southern Indiana (Indiana)
  1. Clean Out Your CEP Stable Handout
  2. Presentation Worksheet

Exhibitor Session: Canusia, Inc. Investing in a Customized IT Management System to Streamline Your Process and Grow Your Program

  • Avinash Kadaji, Canusia, Inc. (New York)

Nuts and Bolts of Starting a NACEP State or Regional Affiliate

  • NACEP Member-At-Large, Patrick Cannon, Purdue University Northwest (Indiana)
  • NACEP Director of Accreditation and Member Services, Jennie Patteson, NACEP (North Carolina)
  • Tim Dorsey, Cuyahoga Community College (Ohio)

Leveraging the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to Increase Access to Dual and Concurrent Enrollment

  • NACEP Executive Director, Adam Lowe, NACEP (North Carolina)

Breakout Session 5

Internationalizing Concurrent Enrollment

  • Christina Parish, Syracuse University (New York)

FemSTEM Friends: Correcting Underrepresentation of Women in STEM through Mentoring

  • Chris Persons, Kern High School District - Ridgeview High School (California)

Expanding Equity and Overcoming Barriers in Oregon

  • Ashley Pierson, Education Northwest (Oregon)
  • Jennell Ives, Oregon Department of Education (Oregon)

Changing the Career Projection of Career Technical Education Students

  • David Devier, Glen Oaks Community College (Michigan)
  • Tonya Howden, Glen Oaks Community College (Michigan)
  • Tracy Labadie, Glen Oaks Community College (Michigan)

Educational Partnerships to Promote Dual Credit Access for Regional Students

  • Donna Ekal, The University of Texas at El Paso (Texas)
  • Cyndi Giorgis, The University of Texas at El Paso (Texas)
  • Ivette Savina, The University of Texas at El Paso (Texas)

Working with State Longitudinal Data Sets

  • Richard Haskell, Westminster College (Utah)
  • Peter Seppi, Westminster College (Utah)

Staying on Track with Federal Financial Aid: Understanding Satisfactory Academic Progress

  • Andrea Borregard, Owensboro Community & Technical College (Kentucky)

Exhibitor Session: KnowledgeWorks Foundation Best Practices in Collaboration for Supporting Traditionally Underrepresented Students

  • Andrea Mulkey, KnowledgeWorks Foundation (Ohio)

Accreditation Commission Listening Session: Potential Revisions to the Standards

  • NACEP Accreditation Commission Chair, Victoria Zeppelin, Tompkins Cortland Community College (New York)

Closing Plenary

Introduction of Speaker

  • Dr. Lisa Stephenson, West Kentucky Community & Technical College

Stronger By Degrees: The Role of Dual Credit in Achieving Kentucky’s Higher Education Goals

  • Robert King, President, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education

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