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Webinar: Virtual Student Support Services
Thursday, April 02, 2020, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM CDT
Category: Professional Development

With the closure of many campuses, continuing student support services in a virtual environment is paramount. We’ll discuss how to create and nurture a virtual campus community that incorporates the support services and systems students need to be successful during this challenging time.

There are only 100 spots available for the live webcast.
Not available? Register anyway, we’ll send you the recording!

Presenters

Debbie Fowler
SVP of Student Success
Western Governors University
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Debbie Fowler has been privileged to serve the Western Governors University mission for 14 over years in a variety of roles. She was instrumental in building WGU’s unique faculty model with specialized roles that ensure busy adults can move quickly through a robust curriculum to earn credentials that are well-respected and aligned to workforce needs. Debbie currently serves as Senior Vice President of Student Success, leading teams across the student lifecycle from enrollment through graduation and back in an open loop of lifetime learning.

Dr. Joseph Parisi
Vice President for Enrollment Management
Central Methodist University
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The Vice President for Enrollment Management at Central Methodist University, Dr. Parisi joined the university in July 2017. He directs the Admissions, Financial Aid, International Student Affairs, and Marketing Communications departments. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nonprofit Administration and Recreation Administration from Missouri Valley College before going on to earn a Master of Science degree in Business Administration-Nonprofit Administration, and a Doctor of Education in Instructional Leadership, both from Lindenwood University. Parisi and his wife, Brenda, are parents of two daughters, Giavanna and Maleah.

Dr. Rita Gulstad
Provost
Central Methodist University
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A Central Methodist University employee since 1991, Dr. Gulstad currently serves as Provost, with offices in Brannock Hall. She received her Master of Arts in Library Science degree, Master of Arts in Romance Languages degree, and Doctor of Philosophy in Romance Languages degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo. Her hobbies include genealogy and reading. 

Roy Simmons
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs
BridgeValley
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Roy Simmons is currently serving as the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Services at BridgeValley Community and Technical College. In this position he oversees admissions, financial aid, and the office of the registrar. He has over 17 years of experience in higher education at 2 different community colleges and five years’ experience at a four-year university internationally.

James McDougle
Dean of Students
BridgeValley
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James McDougle is currently serving as the Dean of Students at BridgeValley Community and Technical College. In this position he oversees student development, engagement, support services, as well as student conduct. He has over 13 years of experience in higher education at 2 different community colleges and two years’ experience at a four-year university.

Kathleenn Rewey
Account Executive
Aunt Bertha
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Kathleen Rewey is a Sales Executive with Aunt Berths. She has nearly 20 years of experience in Educational Technology.

Connect

Use the hashtags #MCCAWebinar and #COVID19

Special Accommodations Request

All participants are welcome. If you need special accommodations please contact MCCA Professional Development at [email protected].

About MCCA Webinars

MCCA's free webinars bring experts in the field of higher education and workforce development to a screen near you. We focus on timely and relevant topics, so you're bound to find something of interest to your organization. Past webinars are archived via the MCCA Digital Repository for streaming on-demand. 


MCCA has developed a webinar series, Adapting to COVID-19: Higher Ed and the Transition to Online Learning, for college and university faculty and staff to learn tips, tricks, and best practices for this accelerated transition to teaching online and working remotely. Thought leaders are from a range of institutions and businesses and will share their strategies and experiences. This webinar series is provided to all at no cost.


Contact: MCCA Professional Development, [email protected]