Responding to Our Students’ Needs: Strategies for the Future is a powerful presentation about food insecurity among students, and what colleges and universities can do to help. The presentation is by Lauren Walizer, senior policy analyst at the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), speaking at the 2000 NHCUC Higher Ed Summit, sponsored in part by CCNH. Download the PPT Download the PDF
The Queen City Students Serve initiative is in partnership with the following NH higher education institutions.Families in Transition-New Horizons Granite United Way Sleep In Heavenly Peace Hillsborough County Chapter Pass Along Project GEAR UP Manchester Big Brothers Big Sisters Friends of the Manchester Animal Shelter Boys and Girls Club of Manchester The Granite YMCA Aimee Kereage Amiee is the Director of Community Impact at the Granite United Way. She partners often with the Manchester community on a multitude of issues. Since the pandemic her efforts have focused on making sure that families and students in the Manchester community were fed…
Marisol Morales, VP of Network Leadership, National Campus Compact, facilitated our diversity conversation. These are the slides from her presentation.
Stephen Pimpare, University of New Hampshire, facilitated our Food Security Symposium. His presentation is featured here.
When institutions help students have a positive, substantive growth experience in the first year of college, their success and persistence are enhanced. This presentation reviews the factors that affect student persistence and how service-learning can help at-risk students remain in college. See Service-Learning and Retention, a presentation by Dan Forbes, MSW, Director of Service Education, Meelia Center for Community Engagement, Saint Anselm College
Under what circumstances do student learn? What are the conditions that promote learning and success? This presentation, from Campus Compact for New Hampshire’s retreat on college success, explores these questions and more. See Confronting Student Success Challenges, a presentation by Jillian Kinzie, IU Center for Postsecondary Research.