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Higher Education Student Success Workshops

The Details

These workshops are designed either to be delivered directly to students or to faculty and administrators who wish to learn how to effectively teach success topics to students. Topics range from understanding self-regulatory behaviors, reading and note-taking strategies, developing self-advocacy skills, creating a healthy work-life balance, stress management or focusing in the digital age.  I will partner with you to develop a workshop to help you meet your students, faculty, and administrators “where they are at.”

Additional Resources

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Blackboard Catalyst Award for Student Success

"WASHINGTON, June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Blackboard Inc., a leading education technology company for teaching, learning and student engagement, today announced the winners of the 2018 Blackboard Catalyst Awards.... Student Success: This award recognizes individuals and/or institutions whose creative program application has led to increased retention, increased completion, and/or improved outcomes. The winners are: Bryant University, Rhode Island: Dr. Laurie L. Hazard, Laura Kohl, Stephanie K. Carter, and Stephen Payne...

Let's Develop Your Topic Together

Below are a few sample workshop descriptions. Workshops topics range from pedagogical principles to faculty & staff communication to advanced principles of advising & coaching. Let’s design a workshop together. Schedule a workshop for an hour, a half-day or a full-day. See my CV for an extensive list of topics.

Sample Topics:

Assumption University

Career & Academic Workshop

"Laurie was an invaluable resource when she led our academic support team through a day of workshops on working with students who were struggling academically. Her insights into student learning, her creative approaches to energizing student engagement in their academics and managing their workload gave our team resources that we could immediately implement for student success. Her approach to student learning is based on research and first-hand experience."


--  Allen Bruehl, Director, Academic Support Center,

Assumption University

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