Scholarly Presentations and Workshops

Wabash-Provost Scholars regularly present the findings of their focus group research to top-level administrators and the academic community at NC A&T State University. In addition, the co-directors and students have presented at regional, national, and international meetings on the integration of students in the institutional assessment process. Past presentations, including handouts and slides (when available) are listed below.  [Note: ** designates presentations by/including Wabash Provost Scholars]


**Karen Hornsby and Scott Simkins (Program Co-directors), Galen Foresman (NC A&T Faculty Member); Breanna Beard and Christopher Watkins (WP Scholars), National Workshop Co-Leaders, Students Engaging Students to Improve Learning: Using Student-Led Focus Groups to Gather and Make Sense of Assessment Evidence, Center of Inquiry, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, March 10-12, 2016 (http://www.liberalarts.wabash.edu/)

**Karen Hornsby and Scott Simkins (Program Co-directors); Tawanna Franklin, Christian Jones, Nakia Carson and Madison Gibbs (WP Scholars), Engaging Students as Co-Inquirers in SoTL: Diverse Perspectives from Around the Globe, International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference, Quebec City, CA, October, 2014 (Youtube link)

**Karen Hornsby and Scott Simkins (Program Co-directors); Tawanna Franklin and Alice Moore (WP Scholars), Moving SoTL Forward: Engaging Students as Co-Researchers in Institutional Inquiry and Assessment, International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference, Raleigh, NC, October, 2013 (handout – pdf format)

Karen Hornsby and Scott Simkins, Engaging Student Voices in Institutional Inquiry and Assessment, Preconference Workshop – A Chorus of Student Voices in SoTL: Researching With (not preaching to) the Choir, International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Milwaukee, WI, October, 2011

**Karen Hornsby, Scott Simkins, Amanda Benston (Scholar), and Emmanuel Johnson (Scholar), Engaging Student Voices in Institutional Inquiry and Assessment, Elon Teaching & Learning Conference: Thresholds to Learning, Elon University, Elon, NC, August 2011

**Karen Hornsby, Scott Simkins, Kristen Lee (Scholar), and Jordan Pippin (Scholar), Engaging Student Voices in Institutional Inquiry and Assessment, 2011 Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC, February, 2011

**Karen Hornsby, Galen Foresman, Mitchell Brown (Scholar), Porche Millington (Scholar), and Charles Blaich (Center for Inquiry at Wabash College), Engaging Student Voices in Institutional Inquiry and Assessment, 2011 AAC&U Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January, 2011

**Karen Hornsby, Scott Simkins, Mitchell Brown (Scholar), and Melanie Hampton (Scholar), Creating a Culture of Inquiry: Recasting Institutional “Problems” as SoTL Opportunities (That include Students in the Inquiry Process), 2010 Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC, February, 2010 (slides, handout – pdf format)

Karen Hornsby and Scott Simkins, Reframing Institutional Assessment Involving Faculty and Students in SoTL Efforts Focused on Institutional Objectives, 2010 International Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Oxford, OH (Miami University), November, 2009 (slides, handout – pdf format)

**Mitchell Brown (Scholar), Factors Affecting Student Success at North Carolina A&T State University, NC Honors Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC, October, 2009 (slides – pdf format)

Karen Hornsby and Scott Simkins, Reframing Institutional Assessment Involving Faculty and Students in SoTL Efforts Focused on Institutional Objectives, 2009 International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference, Bloomington, IN (Indiana Univ.), October, 2009 (slides – pdf format)

**Karen Hornsby, Scott Simkins, Rebecca Geiger (Scholar), and Shannell Chappell (Scholar), Faculty and Student-Driven SoTL Focused on Institutional Needs, 2009 Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC, February, 2009 (slides – pdf format)