Fall 2019 Academic High Impact Practices "HIP" Symposium
===Open to all faculty and classes===
High Impact Practices "HIP" Symposium
Thursday and Friday, December 12th and13th
8:30 am to 5 pm
HML Ellipse Gallery and Table Rancheria Rooms

The symposium is intended to provide a community-style event that empowers students to showcase their work as a result of any academic high-impact practice (e.g.):

• Problem or Project Based Learning
• First Year Experiences
• Internships
• Study Abroad

The event is open to multiple styles of student presentations, including posters, easels, videos, art displays, etc.
We encourage you to use this as opportunity as a class final or market it as an opportunity for extra credit or as a resume-boosting event for your students.

To accommodate the variety of modes we expect students to share their work, we are collecting information on:
1) Which faculty members would like their classes to participate and
2) Anticipated student needs in order to present work in the community-style forum

***Those of you with more than one course, it'd help to have a new form filled out for each course you'd like students presenting.

Email address *
Faculty Last Name *
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Faculty First Name *
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Course Name and Number
***Those of you with more than one course, it'd help to have a new form filled out for each course you'd like students presenting.
e.g. CSM 10, The Scientific Method *
Your answer
Which academic HIPs would you say your student-projects will best represent? *
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Write a brief description about what your students will be presenting. *
Your answer
Number of Presentation Spots Requested *
Presentations are typically for 1 hour time slots that allow students to share their work, with students expected to stay at least one additional hour to give peer feedback. One presentation spot is either one student or a group of students scheduled for a 1 hour presentation.
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Anticipated Presentation Type *
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