Webinar

High-Impact Practices and Preparing Engaged Citizens in the Context of Work Ready Graduates

In what ways are high-impact practices and values of engaged citizenry consistent or inconsistent with preparing work-ready graduates? Are they potentially one in the same?

June 23, 2021

Research on effectiveness in higher education convincingly points to a handful of high-impact practices while the mission and purpose of higher education continues to aim at preparing engaged citizens who are able to thrive in a culturally, racially, and socio-economically diverse world. In what ways are these high-impact practices and values of engaged citizenry consistent or inconsistent with preparing work-ready graduates? Are they potentially one and the same?

Moderator

  • Lynn Pasquerella

    Lynn Pasquerella

    President, AAC&U

Panelists

  • Jonathan Alger

    Jonathan Alger

    President, James Madison University
  • Gilda Barabino

    Gilda Barabino

    President, Olin College of Engineering
  • Nicole Washington

    Nicole Washington

    Vice Chair, District Board of Trustees, Miami Dade College

This webinar is in partnership with Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) and Kaplan, with special thanks to the generous support of Kaplan.

  • Kaplan
  • AGB