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Presented By: National Center for Institutional Diversity

Promoting Academic Excellence in STEM: The Evolving Roles of Learning Communities

Michael McKibben, Divisional Associate Dean of Student Academic Affairs, University of California, Riverside

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Learning communities are broadly defined as groups drawn together by shared goals and common intellectual interests. At the University of Michigan, they range widely in degree of formality and structure, with informal groups such as student organizations at one extreme and highly structured residential communities at another extreme. They could be entirely student focused, faculty focused or mixed and could last for years or just a semester.

This event will focus on how this array of learning communities promote academic excellence in STEM disciplines and how we can enhance communication and support among the many types of learning communities on campus.

The event will include reception, followed by a campus-wide poster session featuring the wide variety of learning communities on campus and especially those with a STEM focus.

Please RSVP by February 8th:

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