From Dropping Out to a Ph.D.: Creating a Sense of Belonging for Student Success

April 2 | 11:30 a.m.
From Dropping Out to a Ph.D.: Creating a Sense of Belonging for Student Success
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Moore Community Room
Free and open to the public
Contact: Patricia.Shine@NorthernVermont.edu

Paul Hernandez speaking at a past eventSociologist Dr. Paul Hernandez will talk on how to help at-risk students succeed through a focus on retention, persistence, and graduation. His talk is entitled “From Dropping Out to a Ph.D.: Creating a Sense of Belonging for Student Success.” 

Dr. Hernandez earned his doctorate in Sociology specializing in the sociology of education, social inequality, and diversity. Dr. Hernandez is a nationally recognized speaker and leader in college access and success, community outreach, and pedagogy for educators working with underserved/underprepared students and students at risk of dropping out of school. Join Paul in a discussion about at-risk student success and support with a focus on retention, persistence, and graduation.