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CITE/HCCE Symposium 2023

February 24, 2023
Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion, M.D. Anderson Library

CITE honors


Friday, February 24, 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Coffee (9 AM)

Welcome (9:15 AM)

Session 1: Building and Assessing Co-Curricular Programs (9:45 AM - 10:45 AM)

Chaired by Anne Dayton, Cougar Initiative to Engage, Office of the Provost

  • Findings from the 2022 UH Internship Survey

Monica Thompson, Student Affairs and University Career Services

  • How We Did It: An Overview of the Coogs Engage with the National Retail Federation Program

Blake Mudd and Barbara Stewart, Human Development and Consumer Sciences, College of Technology

  • Promoting Advanced Health Training Internship Program for Undergraduate Students of Color

Norma Olvera, Psychological, Health, and Learning Sciences, College of Education

  • Assessing and Evaluating Student's Learning in an African American English Interest Group

Monique Mills, Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Break (10:45 AM- 11:00 AM)

Session 2: Integrating Experiential Learning into Courses (11:00 AM - 12 PM)

Chaired by Rita Sirrieh, Honors in Co-Curricular Engagement, Honors College

  • Meaningful Ways to Assess Problem Solving Across Multiple Projects

Emese Felvegi, Decision and information Sciences, C.T. Bauer College of Business

  • Discovering the Hidden Life of Houston: A Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience Investigating Urban Wildlife Diversity

Ann Cheek, Biology and Biochemistry, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Honors College

  • Developing Global Citizenship by Integrating Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) in the Classroom

Luis Alcocer Medina, Institute for Global Engagement, Office of the Provost

  • Change Is Good: The Evolution of Bauer's Corporate Coaches Program

Zachary Wortzel, Office of Experiential Learning and Rockwell Career Center, C.T. Bauer College of Business

Lunch (12 PM - 1:15 PM): Roundtable Discussions

Join representatives from the Cougar Initiative to Engage, Honors in Co-Curricular Engagement, the Institute for Global Engagement, Learning Abroad, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Major Awards, the Social Economy and Enterprise Academy, Stimulating Urban Renewal through Entrepreneurship (SURE), University Career Services, and University Libraries at their designated tables to learn how they support Co-Curricular Learning. You are welcome to move between tables during lunch. Box lunches will be provided for attendees who RSVP by February 15. 

Session 3: Reflection and Cultural Competence Development (1:15 PM - 2:15 PM)

Chaired by Michael Pelletier, Institute for Global Engagement, Office of the Provost

  • Global Learning Reflection through the GCC Capstone Symposium

Maggie Mahoney and Joi Gobert, Institute for Global Engagement, Office of the Provost

  • Achievement Unlocked: Now What? Coaching Students to Translate Past Experiences into Future Action

Andie Beer, Learning Abroad, Institute for Global Engagement, Office of the Provost

  • Examining the Global through the Local: How Introductory Research Through the Houston Early Research Experience (HERE) Fosters Cultural Competency and Social Responsibility

Deborah Reyes and Livia Garza, Office of Undergraduate Research and Major Awards, Honors College

  • Global Communication Skills

Michael Pelletier, Institute for Global Engagement, Office of the Provost