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Friday, October 19 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
M-107: Faculty to Faculty: Building Pathways and Partnership between the Community College System and the University in New Hampshire LIMITED

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In New Hampshire, the public community college and university systems have historically had little to do with each other. In the past decade, and especially the past year, this has begun to change. In this session, we describe our efficient, successful method for developing program pathways and articulations between the University of New Hampshire and the Community College System of New Hampshire. Rather than establishing articulations through legislative fiat, an approach that can leave students prepared to transfer on paper but woefully underprepared in practice, faculty from each institution came together to co-author shared academic standards to great effect, as we are already launching full 2+2, 8-semester program maps in various majors, helping students make as seamless a transition from community college to university as possible. An added benefit of the shared effort is the building of relationships of trust and understanding between faculty that will sustain and deepen our institutional partnerships over time. This work is supported by the Mellon Foundation, which awarded the Community College System of New Hampshire and the University of New Hampshire a grant to establish the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative. This is the first grant the Foundation has made to a community college system.


Charles Ansell

Chief Operating Officer, CCSNH
Preferred Gender Pronouns: He/him Bio: Charles Ansell is the Chief Operating Officer of the Community College System of New Hampshire. Based in Concord, New Hampshire, Charles works to strengthen academic operations and strategy throughout the seven-college system and acts as Project... Read More →

Leslie Barber

Mellon Faculty Fellow and Professor of Biology, Community College System of NH
Preferred Gender Pronouns: She/her Bio: Leslie Barber is a Professor of Biology at Great Bay Community College and Faculty Fellow on the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative. Having coordinated efforts to establish program articulations between the Community College System of NH... Read More →
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Paul Robertson

Lecturer - Classics & Humanities, University of New Hampshire
Grant writing/fundingCommunity College - University articulations, transfers, pathwaysPedagogy: digital, adult, liberal arts, etc.

Friday October 19, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
LaGuardia, Room M-107, M Building 31-10 Thomson Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101, USA