CSU Student Success Network Blog

Middle Leadership Academy Kicks Off

December 19, 2017

Over three days in November, teams of faculty, staff, and students from nine CSU campuses gathered at Lake Arrowhead to consider strategies for reforming developmental mathematics at their campus. The teams were part of the first CSU Student Success Network Middle Leadership Academy, a structured, year-long, professional learning experience designed to support efforts to improve student learning, engagement, progression, and completion in the CSU. 

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How "Small Data" Can Address the Limitations of Predictive Analytics

October 24, 2017

Inspired by the CSU Student Success Network’s May convening on data use in the CSU, Ioakim Boutakidis, Associate Professor of Child & Adolescent Studies and Faculty Fellow of Student Success at CSU Fullerton, writes about the “small data” strategies his campus has developed to improve student learning.

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Sharing Strategies for Student Success Across CSU Campuses: An Interview with James Drnek

September 26, 2017

Thad Nodine, senior fellow at the Education Insights Center (EdInsights) at Sacramento State, caught up with James Drnek, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at CSU Bakersfield, after a recent board meeting to discuss his participation in the CSU Student Success Network and its impacts on his campus.

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What is Your Campus Working on to Support Students' College Readiness?

May 9, 2017

The CSU Student Success Network in the California State University kicked off its 2017 cross-campus convenings by bringing together teams of faculty, staff, and administrators from six CSU campuses to share strategies related to college readiness.

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Get Involved in the CSU Student Success Network

May 3, 2017

After two years of planning, the CSU Student Success Network has launched, thanks to the support and involvement of many in the CSU. The Network is connecting faculty, staff, administrators, and students working to improve student learning, engagement, progression, and completion.

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