Webinar

Fostering Student Success Through Equitable and Accessible Peer Tutoring

This webinar will introduce the EPPI concept and panelists will discuss ongoing research on the potential of EPPIs to promote equity and student success, especially in a virtual world.

November 2, 2020

Do peer tutoring and other educationally purposeful peer interactions, or EPPIs, (a term coined by George Kuh) have the same benefits for students as more widely recognized high-impact practices? This webinar will introduce the EPPI concept and panelists will discuss ongoing research on the potential of EPPIs to promote equity and student success, especially in a virtual world.

Moderator

  • Tia Brown McNair

    Tia Brown McNair

    Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Student Success and Executive, Director for the TRHT Campus Centers, AAC&U

Panelists

  • George D. Kuh

    George Kuh

    Chancellor's Professor Emeritus,Indiana University NSSE, Founder HIPs Expert, Senior Advisor, Knack
  • Paul Dosal

    Paul Dosal

    Vice President for Student Success, University of South Florida
  • Sonia Duraimurugan

    Sonia Duraimurugan

    Peer Tutor, University of South Florida
  • Samyr Qureshi

    Samyr Qureshi

    Co-Founder and CEO, Knack
  • Jon Mladic

    Jon Mladic

    Director of Professional Development, College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA)