The Key Role of Peer Education Toward College Student Success Presentation
April 16, 2012 at 11:30 AM to
April 16, 2012 at 1:00 PM
Stotler Lounge, North Memorial Union
This presentation will describe the ways peer educators are intentionally being utilized to serve in a variety of helping roles on college campuses today. An overview will be given for how students helping other students may be trained to provide efficient and often the most effective way to reach students with the information, skills, and personal assistance that provide necessary services for student success. This brown-bag session is open to students, postdocs, and faculty. Bring your own lunch and enjoy the seminar!
Presenter: Fred B. Newton served as the director of counseling services and professor of counseling and educational psychology at Kansas State University for over 25 years. At the University of Missouri he received an EPDA (Education Professions Development Act) fellowship while completing a doctorate in counseling psychology. He also has a master's degree in student personnel services from Ohio State University.
Organized by Graduate Peer Mentors. Sponsored by the Organization Resource Group (ORG) and is subsidized in part by Mizzou student activity fees.
Mohammad Sherafati, 573-884-2204, email@example.com