MCHHS is committed to providing professional development opportunities for faculty and staff.
Last fall’s professional development event centered on de-stigmatizing mental illness.
This spring, the focus is on engaging GenZ students in higher education.
On March 3, the college will shut down in the afternoon and students will receive alternative assignments.
Faculty from across the college will gather at the Darr Agricultural Center to participate in an interactive workshop with researcher and author Dr. Meghan Grace.
“I’m looking forward to an engaging afternoon with Dr. Grace and MCHHS faculty as we seek to support student retention within MCHHS,” said Dr. Letitia White Minnis, MCHHS associate dean.
Grace is a researcher, consultant, international speaker and author.
She’s also host of the podcast #GenZ, and co-author of the books, “Generation Z Goes to College” and “Generation Z: A Century in the Making.”
Studying Generation Z since 2014, she and her research partner, Dr. Corey Seemiller, lead the Institute for Generational Research and Education.
As a senior consultant with Plaid, LLC, Grace supports clients in their pursuit of “being better” through designing and implementing research, assessment and evaluation solutions, along with curriculum development, program design and organizational development.