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2016 CAO and CBO Collaborations: Working Together for Student Success

August 1-2, 2016
Willard InterContinental Hotel
Washington, DC

Schedule

Monday, August 1

8:00 amRegistration and Breakfast
8:30 amWelcome and Introductions
9:00 amPlenary: Working Across "Cultures": The CAO-CBO Partnership

Speaker(s):
Randy Roberson, NACUBO
Jim Sirianni, American Council On Education

At no time in the recent history of higher education has the relationship between the CAO and the CBO mattered more. However, they often come from different backgrounds, have different experiences, and have different understandings of the levers and limits of their jobs. As a result, they find themselves face to face trying to bridge different cultures. This session frames these challenges.
10:00 amBreak
10:30 amBuilding a Stronger Partnership for Economic Sustainability and Student Success

Speaker(s):
Jacalyn Askin, NACUBO
Audrey Bilger, Pomona College
Bob Shea, NACUBO

Does your institution need to change? How do you know? What is your role in strategic change? The president, CAO, and CBO together must inspire and implement change necessary to respond to the access, affordability, student debt, and return on investment issues challenging higher education. Explore potential changes to higher education’s economic models that will enable missions of teaching, research, and service while providing students the opportunity to enrich their minds, lives, and communities.
12:00 pmTeam TimeDiscuss takeaways from the morning sessions with your counterpart.
12:30 pmNetworking Lunch
1:30 pmWhat You Need to Know About Student Affairs

Speaker(s):
Kevin Kruger, NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
Jason Pina, Ohio University Main Campus

During the past five years, the roles of the Chief Student Affairs Officer (CSAO) and the departments for which they are responsible have become significantly more complex. Serious issues such as sexual violence, campus protests, issues of race and gender identity, mental health concerns, Greek Life and substance abuse issues have become central to the work of student affairs professionals. Other themes around low-income and first generation degree attainment and the need to improve career readiness for students require effective campus-wide partnerships. This session will explore this wide range of critical and very public issues that CSAOs and student affairs face on campus.
3:00 pmRefreshment Break
3:30 pmHow the Other Half Lives

Speaker(s):
Maria Anguiano, University of California, Riverside
Bronte Burleigh-Jones, Dickinson College
Paul D'Anieri, University of California, Riverside
Carlota Ocampo, Trinity Washington University

The session begins in the large room and then into separate groups. CAOs and CBOs explore their perceptions of each other as well as the perceptions that others have of them. Groups visit the opposing room to see perceptions others have of their role and discuss implications.
5:30 pmReception

Tuesday, August 2

7:30 amBreakfast
8:00 amAn Eye on Graduates' Careers

Speaker(s):
Marilyn Mackes, National Association of Colleges & Employers

In the context of a competitive and highly connected global economy, institutions are challenged to prepare graduates for professional lives in ways that go far beyond what we may have seen in the past. Institutional leaders face a range of questions: What are the trends that are shaping the career development of students? What are employers telling us that is of critical import to institutions? Who are the partners supporting an institution's commitment to preparing students for their future professions and how do these partners interact? This session will explore these questions and more as we focus on how we can best ensure success for our graduates.
9:15 amBreak
9:30 amWhat Teamwork Means to Us

Speaker(s):
Maria Anguiano, University of California, Riverside
Paul D'Anieri, University of California, Riverside

This session explores how a CAO and CBO are working together in traditional as well as unique ways to advance their institution. Attendees are exposed to new ideas about how individual and shared work can be enhanced through regular communication and collaboration.
10:30 amBreak and Checkout
11:00 amStrategic Review of Institutional Activities (and Reallocation!) for Investment

Speaker(s):
Richard Staisloff, rpkGROUP

With budgets tight at most institutions, and demands for accountability rising, more and more institutions are thinking about academic program review. But conducting reviews is easier said than done. Who decides the criteria to be used? How is success judged? How can reviews be done in ways that have credibility? And how can reviews be seen as a tool to help a campus strategically connect resources and mission, not just as a way to pick programs to eliminate?
12:00 pmTeam TimeDiscuss takeaways from the morning sessions with your counterpart.
12:30 pmLunch
1:30 pmStrategic Review of Institutional Activities (and Reallocation!) for Investment (continued)

Speaker(s):
Richard Staisloff, rpkGROUP

With budgets tight at most institutions, and demands for accountability rising, more and more institutions are thinking about academic program review. But conducting reviews is easier said than done. Who decides the criteria to be used? How is success judged? How can reviews be done in ways that have credibility? And how can reviews be seen as a tool to help a campus strategically connect resources and mission, not just as a way to pick programs to eliminate?
3:00 pmBringing It All Together
3:15 pmAdjourn

Program Overview

2016 CAO and CBO Collaborations
August 1-2, 2016

Estimated CPEs:15


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