CIRTL Online Workshop: Faculty Advising in a R1 Setting - What You Need to Know and How to do it Well
Learn about developmental advising and explore how it can help engage and retain all types of students at research-intensive (R1) universities. Given that learning is a social process, relationships—especially those with faculty—are powerful tools that aid in students’ personal and professional development (Baker & Griffin, 2010).
- Conceptual: Understanding the context within which advisors work;
- Informational: Knowledge that advisors need to do their work;
- Relational: Competencies to establish appropriate and effective connections with students;
- Technological: Ability to effectively use advising technology and tools; and
- Personal: Advisor self-awareness and professional growth.