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PRE-CON, KEYNOTE, GENERAL SESSIONS & WORKSHOPS CONFERENCE SPEAKERS HOTEL & TRANSPORTATION SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS SPECIAL EVENTS

PLEASE CHECK BACK IN JANUARY 2017 FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION.

Making a Reservation

Please check back in 2017 for more information on making reservations.

Guaranteed Reservations

All reservations must be accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card. Hotel will not hold any reservations unless secured by one of the above methods. Any reservations cancelled less than 7 days prior to the arrival date may be subject to a charge equal to one-night's room rate and tax.

Transportation

Please check back in 2017 for more information about transportation services.

    

 

Adina Glickman is the Director of Student Learning Strategy Programs in the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching Learning at Stanford University, and the Founding Director of the Stanford Resilience Project, and the and the co-founder of the multi-university Resilience Consortium. 

With a background in social work, Adina has developed an academic skills coaching model that integrates traditional study skills instruction with counseling and advising techniques. Prior to coming to Stanford in 2001, Adina worked in community mental health and maintained a private therapy practice. She has presented workshops across the U.S. and in Japan and Turkey, and is a campus-wide resource for academic skills assessment and coaching. 

Abigail Lipson is the Director of the Bureau of Study Counsel at Harvard University, and co-founder of the multi-university Resilience Consortium. With a background in education and psychology, her interests include the practical, experiential, and neurocognitive aspects of the learning process; the development of learning skills (reading, writing, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking; working and playing well with others); academic originality and integrity and the development of one’s authentic voice; and the relationships between motivation, achievement, and creativity; resilience in the face of failure and resilience in the face of success; how we make and remake decisions and cope with the consequences; and how College students’ senses of identity, family, culture, class, and life direction affect their college learning and evolve over time. She is a licensed clinical psychologist.

 

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Sara Goldrick-RabTemple University

Sara Goldrick-RabTemple University

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