Undergraduate Research Events in Spring 2022

For several years, Lane has been involved with the University of Oregon’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. Honors instructor and Faculty Coordinator for Undergraduate Research, Stacey Kiser, initiated the relationship, and since that time, we have had several Lane faculty and managers on the planning committee and subcommittees at UO. This year, we had a number of … Continue reading “Undergraduate Research Events in Spring 2022”

TIPSS #46: The Lane Index

The Guided Pathways Core team is pleased to present TIPPS #46, The Lane Index 2.0.  We hope you enjoy this snapshot of Lane, with apologies and credit to Harper’s Magazine.

TIPSS #45 – Transfer Rates

The Guided Pathways Core Team is pleased to present TIPSS #45, which illustrates transfer rates for Lane students.  The items presented include 10 year transfer rates, transfer and graduation data, as well as the the relationship between transfer rates and early momentum metrics (EMMs). Speaking of EMMs, also be sure to look at the Guided Read More

Spring Conference Guided Pathways Dashboards and Early Momentum Metrics Presentation

The Guided Pathways teams are presenting several sessions for Spring Conference this year.  Check back after the conference for a summary of each session, resources, and hopefully recordings of each session. Click the link below to access the presentation for today’s 2:30-3:30 Spring Conference Presentation, Early Momentum Metrics at Lane – Guided Pathways Data Dashboards Read More

TIPPS #44: Student Feedback from Lane’s First Year Experience

The Guided Pathways Core Team is pleased to present TIPSS #44, which illustrates responses from a survey completed by students enrolled in Lane’s First Year Experience Course. Previously, TIPSS #43 showed that students enrolling in First Year Experience have better first-year outcomes than other new students. Both #43 and #44 are posted together so you Read More

Guided Pathways Faculty Profile: Kate Sullivan

Kate joined Lane’s English (now writing) department in Fall 2000. Growing up in a working-class home, she witnessed the power and opportunity of education when her mother attended college and obtained a college degree while Kate was in grade school. One of her mother’s first positions was as the job counselor at the local jail, Read More