PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Tuesday Topics: Connection vs Control, 9/13/16 in Daley Library room 1-470

Welcome back, and happy September!

Starting this week, our monthly advisor common reading discussions will be back in full swing. No RSVPs are necessary, but we hope to see you there!

Topic: Connection vs. Control
Article: “Applying Choice Theory to Academic Advising”
Go to: www.go.uic.edu/AdvisorsTT to retrieve the article.
Discussion Leader: Eliza Callahan
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 13 at 12:05-12:50 p.m.
Location: Daley Library room 1-470

Starter Question: How do you support students in developing their own ideas of success?

The Office for Advising Development will provide treats and drinks, but feel free to bring your lunch.

Questions or comments? Email co-chairs Diana Soriano, dsoria2@uic.edu and Jill Huynh, jhuynh@uic.edu.

Sincerely,
The Advisor Common Reading Committee

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MISSION STATEMENT
The Advisor Common Reading Committee aims to cultivate a collaborative and student-centered forum for the exchange of ideas, resources, and best practices while fostering a sense of community among UIC advisors. This advisor-to-advisor opportunity for continued education and networking is facilitated through our monthly common reading discussions (“Tuesday/Thursday Topics”).