13 May Cue Conference 2016
Walk the Talk: Inspiring Action on the Concourse and Beyond
Showcasing action, articulating outcomes & highlighting the journey of continuous improvement
The process of implementation and the cycle of assessment help educators and professionals respond to the needs of students and co-workers around them. On May 13, 2016, Hostos Community College hosted the 12th Annual Coordinated Undergraduate Education (CUE) conference, “Walk the Talk: Inspiring Action on the Concourse and Beyond.”
“Walk the Talk” is about showcasing action, articulating outcomes with evidence based results, and engaging in continuous improvement. Successful proposals will highlight how individuals and/or teams journey through trial and error to reach a best practice. Presentations and interactions will emphasize provable outcomes. Presenters and facilitators are encouraged to include students in leadership roles as part of their proposal to present. Walk the Talk is for pro-active and reflective practitioners who are committed to improving and enhancing learning outcomes and learning spaces on campuses across CUNY.
Presentation tracks included: planning for and taking action, influencing action beyond the classroom, taking risks inside the classroom, assessing the effectiveness of action, and freestyle.
Dr. José Antonio Bowen
President, Goucher College
Author of Teaching Naked
Dr. Vita C. Rabinowitz
Executive Vice Chancellor
and University Provost
The City University of New York