November 19, 2019 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Improvisation for Advising Conversations
Improvisation is becoming increasingly recognized as a critical skill for engaging in productive conversations. Recently, improv has been brought into higher education spaces as a key training modality for academic advising. Through a series of facilitated simulations and role-playing with real Pitt students, advisors will have a chance to learn, share, and practice new approaches to bring to their advising work.
Presented by: Olivia Hartle, Project Manager, and April Belback, Director of Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring, Office of the Provost
Location and Address
Alumni Hall, Room 121