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Momentum Summit III

On January 28 and 29, the University System of Georgia will host the Momentum Summit III at the Classic Center at the University of Georgia in Athens. The objective of the event is for institutional teams to reflect upon their experiences in implementing the Momentum principles in order to maintain and sustain successfully implemented strategies, determine areas in need of improvement, and identify strategies yet to be developed to ensure that the Momentum Year is a coherent experience for all students, and identify strategies consistent with the Momentum Approach framework that can support students as they move beyond their first year or which extend beyond their academic journey.

Momentum Summit II

Building on the experience and successes of the past year, the Summit will provide institutional teams with an opportunity to reflect upon their Momentum Year plans and the work they have accomplished to date and identify what remains to be done in order to fully implement a Momentum Year on their campuses by Fall 2019. Additionally, the Summit is an opportunity for institutions to think more deeply about how the Momentum Year integrates across the breadth of a student’s experience in college.  Participants will work through a series of engaging and creative exercises to develop personal plans for action that will inform campus-wide implementation plans.

Focus Areas and the Momentum Year Webinar

As institutions develop their plans for the Momentum Year, the most frequently raised questions involve the development and implementation of Focus Areas (sometimes called meta-majors).  To help answer some of these questions, the University System of Georgia hosted a web conference on focus area development and implementation on Friday, April 20 with representatives from Columbus State where a focus area model has been in place for a several  years, and Nikolas Huot of Complete College America and formerly of Georgia State University. 

Focus Areas and the Momentum Year

As institutions develop their plans for the Momentum Year, the most frequently raised questions involve the development and implementation of Focus Areas (sometimes called meta-majors).  To help answer some of these questions, the University System of Georgia is hosted a web conference on focus area development and implementation on Friday, April 20, with representatives from Columbus State University, where a focus area model has been in place for a several  years, and Nikolas Huot of Complete College America and formerly of Georgia State University. 

 

 

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