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Friday, November 18 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Designing & Re:imagining Student Partner Programs: Exploring Three Institutions' Models

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Student partnerships are not new. This idea has become a successful approach at higher education institutions. Cook-Sather et al. (2014) define student partners as a collaborative and reciprocal relationship between the faculty member and the student partner where the focus is on curriculum or pedagogy, decision making, implementation, investigation, or analysis. Institutions from three universities in the Intermountain West will share their approaches to using student partners and how each institution has adapted it to its own needs. Participants will create their own plan and consider options that could benefit a student partner's program for them.

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Travis Thurston

Director of Teaching Excellence, Utah State University
Dr. Travis Thurston is the Director of Teaching Excellence at Utah State University. In addition to leading faculty development programming, he serves on the editorial board for the Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence, and was lead editor for the open-access book Resilient ... Read More →
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Ursula Sorensen

Center for Teaching and Learning, Brigham Young University
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Joshua Holt

Teaching & Learning Consultant, Brigham Young University

Friday November 18, 2022 9:00am - 9:45am PST
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