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  • Journal of Research Initiatives Call for Papers
    Organizational Charts Program Quality Indicators Recruitment and Advisement Resources SOE Newsletters SOE OPARs Journal of Research Initiatives Call for Papers Volume 1 Issue 3 2015 call for best practices Volume 2 Issue 1 Revised call for book reviews Volume 2 Issue 1 Revised call for conceptual papers Volume 2 Issue 1 Revised call for papers Volume 2 Issue 1 Revised Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/soe/resources/links-of-interest/journal-of-research-initiatives-call-for-papers (2016-02-17)
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  • Black Men Teaching
    high school and post high school mentoring and academic support Rationale Given the urgent need to increase the number of Black male teachers in preK 12 schools nationwide the creation of a Black Men Teaching BMT Program at Fayetteville State University is a timely venture that will undoubtedly benefit the university the local community and local schools Get in touch Dr Gail L Thompson Email gthomps3 uncfsu edu Phone 910

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/soe/bmt (2016-02-17)
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  • Office of School Services
    assistance or research initiatives The Office of School Services also disseminates to school districts information on campus resources receives requests for assistance from school districts and directs the requests to the appropriate campus resource Public School Service Activity Report Form You must have Acrobat Reader to download form complete and send FAX to 910 672 1445 or mail to Office of School Services School of Education Fayetteville State University Fayetteville

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/soe/office-of-school-services (2016-02-17)
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  • The Office of Research Initiatives
    12 academic achievement best practices in education cross cultural studies Call for Conceptual Papers The Journal of Research Initiatives encourages the submission of articles which are broadly conceptual with the goal of building theory and or reviewing and evaluating the body of research in a substantive and important area The goals of these papers should be to a improve conceptual clarity b provide a holistic review of the current research and c propose new opportunities ideas and theories Conceptual manuscripts provide readers with new and innovative perspectives on timely and relevant topics for public and higher education educators This manuscript category includes both philosophical and conceptual works and includes comprehensive literature reviews Support for the ideas must be provided through related literature and implications for education research and practice must be addressed Conceptual manuscripts should not exceed 15 pages not including references If you are interested in submitting a conceptual research manuscript that has not been previously published please send your manuscript here Click on the journal link to review guidelines for submitting online manuscripts Call for Best Practices Articles that appear in this section discuss a specific education topic or subject matter such as digital literacy challenges of first year college students course and program design multiple roles of the college professor designing generally etc These articles present information that the reader can easily absorb Consider one of these ways of organizing your article Provide a step by step how to instructional discussion of the topic Discuss the subject from a particular point of view or angle Offer a timeline of the subject Discuss the topic by way of presenting a case study of how it was applied in a work setting Focus on lessons learned and successes experienced Tone and Style Best practice articles are written in the

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/ori (2016-02-17)
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  • About Us
    acceptance into a major degree program The University College seeks to provide an academic environment that will enable and motivate students of varied background to achieve academic success The goals of the University College are to assist all students in their transition to the university to provide effective mentoring and advisement to students to offer strong programs of academic support in reading writing mathematics critical thinking and the natural sciences and to work with other academic units to ensure that students develop the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary for success in all academic majors Programs and Services To assist students in their transition to the university The University College coordinates the Freshman Year Initiative FYI The University College is comprised of several academic support programs the Freshman Center the Unversity College Week the University College Club the Learning Center the Writing Excellence Center and the Freshman Seminar University Studies Program The Early Alert Warning System allows faculty members to inform the University College of freshmen who are experiencing academic difficulty This information is submitted to the student s Mentor who advises the student on ways to improve A number of other FSU programs work closely with the University College to recruit and assist students including Student Support Services The Educational Opportunity Centers Program Educational Talent Search and Upward Bound Assessment The University College assesses its programs through several measures monitoring retention and graduation rates for preliminary information about the 1996 freshman cohort graduation rate and through the results of two surveys conducted in Freshman Seminar the Freshman Seminar End of Year Survey and a Computer Usage Survey The University College works with University Testing Services to collect and review results from Student Satisfaction Surveys and the Rising Junior Examination The results of these assessment efforts are used each year in

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/university-college/about-us (2016-02-17)
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  • Student Resources
    graduate Information Technology and Telecommunications Services ITTS The FSU unit responsible for all campus computing A number of links to further resources Student Handbook Information guidelines and policies that will guide students in their career at FSU Complaint Form Got a problem Can t seem to get it resolved informally We take student complaints seriously Complete the linked form and submit it to the relevant office VIP Page FSU students

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/university-college/resources (2016-02-17)
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  • Faculty and Staff
    staff and faculty Personnel University College staff and faculty Freshman Seminar instructors Committees A list of departmental college and other committees with charges and links to current rosters Reports Departmental minutes quarterly and annual reports EMT Retain University College staff only student advisement and communication history December 5 2013 Click here for presentation on using Compatibility Settings in Internet Explorer 11 Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/university-college/faculty-and-staff (2016-02-17)
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  • Second Year Initiative
    resource the Second Year Initiative SYI SYI is designed to assist undeclared students between the end of their first year and the point at which they are accepted into a major program We do this in a variety of ways Second Year Advisement Undeclared students in good academic standing will continue to be advised by their former Freshman Seminar instructor Students in academic difficulty will be advised by the SYI Coordinator Career Counseling SYI works with Advisement and Career Services to provide guidance in choosing careers and majors SYI organizes other events where second year students can talk with advisors faculty and practitioners of different professions to help students gain more information about their career and major options Second Year Events SYI includes a number of events tailored to the specific needs of second year students These include celebrations and recognition of the achievements of second year students Major Exploration SYI works with students still trying to determine a major or those who are not excepted into FSU s more competetive majors and need to determine a new major to explore For more information about SYI contact Zelphia Hinnant Jones M Ed Coordinator for Second Year Initiatives Office Chick 131

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/university-college/second-year-initiative (2016-02-17)
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