64 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses Federal Reserve Bank, AARP, Community Engagement Initiative Georgia Tech Arts Council, OER Advisory Group, Greek students groups, Student Veterans, Student LGBT group Graduate Student Council Office of Post Doctoral Affairs Graduate student organizations Hennepin County Libraries HopIn, a program for first-year, Pell-eligible students student athletes, particularly men’s and women’s lacrosse Increased focus on Division of Academic and Student Affairs Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre Vancouver Writers’ Festival Indian Summer Festival University Neighborhood Association. Learning Skills (Student Experience), Residences, Wellness Centre, Grad-Life Committee, International Week Committee LGTBQ+, First Nations, International office, Dean of Students office Math Lab Center for Academic Resources (Peer Tutoring), Student Technology Help Desk, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures’ Modern Languages Lab, Department of Chemistry (CAS), Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, First Year Fellows (Peer Academic Advisors), Office of Orientation & Commuter Student Involvement, Office of Academic Enhancement (supports at-risk students and top-performing students), Toppel Career Center instructional designers. Commercial: Adobe Systems, Inc. Lowe Art Museum (we’re busy!! woohoo!) Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Ville de Montreal, bookstore New programs in Residence Life for underserved populations, AggieFamilia for Hispanic students and AFAM, for black students, New partnerships for veterans services New York State Writer’s Institute Office of Technology Commercialization Office of University Life, Counseling and Psychological Services, Public Safety, Data Science Institute, Campus IT One of which includes the Pulitzer. Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Other federal agencies, academic medical centers, industry, public libraries Our coffee vendor, Dunkin’ Donuts, has been an active partner in terms of donating coffee and donuts for events. The planning committee for a campus-wide event series now includes a library staff member. Our Institute for Teaching and Learning is new and has become a great partner. Our program is approximately two years old, so all of our partners are new. Here are a few campus partners: Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Hospitality Listens (supports autistic children and their families), Office of Outreach & Engagement, the Writing Center, the Institute for Teaching & Learning. Off campus partners include: the Expanding Visions Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio, Columbus City Schools. PostDoc Affairs, International Office, campus bookstore, Academic Support & Learning Advancement (peer tutoring), Off Campus Life
Previous Page Next Page