The Office of Academic Advising and the UO All-Campus Advising Association are pleased to announce a presentation on undergraduate academic success. Ole Miss Psychology Professor Ken Sufka is discussing the empirical research upon which his book is based. This workshop is geared specifically toward faculty & staff including advisors – faculty, professional, GTF, and peer — student affairs personnel, and all colleagues interested in research on student success. More information is below. We hope that you can attend!
Promoting Student Learning with Spaced Study Sessions, Concept Mapping and Rehearsal Learning
Wednesday, July 24, 10-11:30 am, Browsing Room, Knight Library
“Many students find their high school study skills no longer produce the same level of success in college courses. This workshop will be centered around the topics in my student study skills book The A Game: Nine Steps to Better Grades but geared towards faculty/staff in diagnosing student problem areas and helping them adopt a set of behaviors and skills to master course content and succeed in college. Topics will focus on classroom engagement, study skills and exam taking tips drawn from empirical literature.”
Dr. Ken Sufka is Professor of Psychology at the University of Mississippi and author of The A Game: Nine Steps to Better Grades. He has received numerous awards during his career including the Elsie M. Hood Outstanding Teaching Award, the University Faculty Achievement Award for research and the Thomas Frist Student Service Award. (Ken also happens to be the brother of our very own Sue Eveland, UO Registrar!)