eWINS Conference 2016 Registration Information

“Pipelines to Success: Innovative Strategies to Connect Marginalized Populations to the 21st Century”

We believe successful students become strong and sound business and community leaders.

The Education, Workforce, and Innovation National Student Success Conference (eWINS), will seeks to bring together leaders in business, grade school education and higher education, government, and emerging industries in an effort to positively impact student success.

eWINS will present interactive presentations such as Roundtables, Interactive Presentations, TED-style talks, Simulation (Experiential Teaching Techniques), and Team-based Activities.

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$230 – Standard Admission (Includes One General Admission and One Student Admission)

$50  – Student Admission (One Individual Undergraduate or Graduate Student)

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Conference Hotel

Courtyard Little Rock Downtown
521 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 USA
Phone: 1-501-975-9800
Fax: 1-501-975-9801
Sales: 1-501-975-9800

Examples of Student Success Programs

In 2010, UALR launched the African American Male Initiative (AAMI) a mentorship program develop to support and assist African American male college students. Several programs followed to address the needs of other underserved students. The following initiatives demonstrate our commitment to student success:

  • African American Male Initiative, African American Female Initiative,Hispanic/Latino Initiative: Mentorship programs focused on academic success, retention and graduation. Learn more…
  • Dr. Charles W. Donaldson Summer Bridge Academy: A remediation program for high school seniors that has resulted in a total of 203 course advancements and saved students over $152,750 in non-credit bearing college course fees. Average passage rates for summers 2013-2015: 100% bypassed at least one developmental course; 95% bypassed developmental math; 90% bypassed developmental reading; 96% bypassed developmental writing. Learn more…
  • Dr. Charles W. Donaldson Scholars Academy: Aims to improve the educational achievement of students in grades 9-12, with special attention to students who are at risk of academic failures. Since its inception in 2014, 72 participants decided to enroll in college; 96% of the summer 2015 class bypassed developmental math resulting in $130,000 in course savings for the students. Learn more…
  • UALRworks: A holistic, professional work education program with a strategic and intentional focus on increasing retention and graduation rates and reducing college debt. Learn more…