The following illustrate my experiences connected to Kuh's High Impact Practices:
Taught first-year seminars at SLU, USC, UK, and Loyola, and coordinated and facilitated instructor training and assessment for course effectiveness at USC, UK, and Loyola;
Designed common intellectual experiences through coordinating UK's Common Reading Experience Program and assisting Loyola's First-Year Text Program through coordinating a faculty and staff summer book discussion on the 2016-2017 text, Just Mercy;
Assisting in the development of learning outcomes and student recruitment for Boston College's Learning Communities,as well as served on USC Housing Assessment Committee and themed data for their Women's Residential Community;
Advised students as an Academic Advisor at Loyola on successfully navigating writing intensive courses and internships related to their major and career path;
Served on a USC Honors Students' Honors Thesis Committee showcasing her undergraduate research on nutrition and cooking;
Designed first-year seminar courses and student leadership trainings at USC, UK, and Loyola incorporating global, diversity, and inclusion with goals to challenge and support student learning in relation to challenging conversations, exposure to people, culture, and perspective and ideas different from their own;
Participated in service-learning courses as an undergraduate and incorporated community-based learning into sections of my USC U101 course, collaborated with the UK Center for Community Outreach at UK to offer community service opportunities themed around the Common Reading Experience book, and assigned projects to connect students with Chicago neighborhoods in Loyola's UNIV 101 course; and
Serve as a Program Manager for ePortfolios or Learning Portfolios at Loyola University Chicago focusing on integrative learning and creating learning-centered environments.
In my current and future professional positions, I hope to continue to create meaningful connections within and between these practices to design deep learning and critically reflective experiences for students.
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