26th International Conference on The First-Year Experience
June 17-20, 2013 <> Waikoloa, Hawaii
We invite you to join with educators from countries around the world as we gather to enhance and expand the first-year movement globally.
Quality proposals that sufficiently and seriously address student transitions in the first year of higher or tertiary education are welcomed for review. Concurrent session, roundtable discussion, and poster session proposals are invited on topics addressing aspects of the first year of college or university study.
Why Waikoloa, Hawaii? Click here to see what makes Hawaii's Big Island the ideal destination for our next International Conference on The First-Year
The Senior Year: Culminating Experiences and Transitions
Mary Stuart Hunter, Jennifer R. Keup, Jillian Kinzie, and Heather Maietta, Editors
This new edited collection describes today's college seniors and offers strategies for supporting them to graduation through high-impact educational initiatives. Click here for more information.
2011 National Survey of Senior Capstone Experiences: Institutional-Level Data on the Culminating Experience
Ryan D. Padgett & Cindy A. Kilgo
The 2011 National Survey of Senior Seminars and Capstone Courses focuses on both course- and project-based senior capstone experiences to examine the purposes, content, organization, administration, and assessment of culminating experiences. This research report offers a discussion of the findings and implications for practice and future research. Click here for more information.
Invitation to Exhibit
We invite you to exhibit with us at three national conferences attended by representatives from two-year and four-year colleges and universities.
Click here for more information on securing your place as an exhibitor at an upcoming National Resource Center conference.
Online courses on The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition
Online courses on current topics related to the first-year experience and students in transition take place over five weeks.
Our online courses are designed to come as close as possible to providing students with the same course content and opportunities for interaction with classmates and with the instructor as traditional or classroom-based courses.
Course enrollment is limited to the first 25 registrants. Participants will earn 1.5 continuing education units (CEUs). The cost of $425 does not include textbooks.
Model and Methods of Student Advising
May 21 - June 22, 2013