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Hi  Karyn,

I recommend Dr. David Arendale, an expert and professor on
developmental education issues.  He spoke at our Peer Assisted Study
Skills conference 3 years ago and was sensational.  He is very aware of
DE issues and is on the forefront of research. Dr. Arendale is at the U.
of Minnesota and his email address is: [log in to unmask]

Best wishes....................................

Dennis



Dennis H. Congos
Academic Advisor & College Level Learning Skills Specialist
First Year Advising and Exploration
Student Success Center
POB 160170
116 Phillips Hall
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL  32816
407-823-3789
Fax - 407-823-3546
Learning skills: The only indispensable knowledge in college.

UCF Stands for Opportunity
Creating Opportunities for Success



>>> Karyn Schulz <[log in to unmask]> 11/1/2006 2:43 PM >>>
Hello friends

 

The Developmental Education Association of Maryland is seeking a
potential keynote speaker for its annual Spring Conference to be held
on
Tuesday, May 22, 2007 at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, Maryland.

 

The theme of our conference is THE NEW FACE OF DEVELOPMENTAL
EDUCATION.
The concept is that our student demographics, in regards to skill
sets,
are changing and we need, as a professional organization, address this
change in order to better support our students. If anyone can refer
potential speakers directly to me it would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thank you!

 

Karyn L. Schulz

Coordinator of Tutoring Services

Academic Resource Center

Division of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs

University of Baltimore

(410) 837-5387

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