Join us

Join us

Please join the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for the Pathways National Forum in San Francisco on July 17-20, 2014.

This year’s conference promises to be our largest and most engaging yet, as we learn from three years of Statway and Quantway success with developmental math students across an ever-growing network.

New faculty are also encouraged to attend the New Faculty Pre-Conference from Wednesday, July 16 to Thursday, July 17 at no additional charge.

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Location

Location

The Forum will be held at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront. Situated on the shores of the San Francisco Bay, the Marriott offers easy access to both downtown San Francisco as well as Silicon Valley.

 

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Register

Register

Register for the Pathways National Forum

Registration Fees

Fee includes breakfast, lunch, a reception on Thursday and Saturday and program related refreshments.

Registration Type
*Please be sure to confirm your registration type using the information below.
Early Bird Registration Rate
*Registration prior to midnight June 24,  PST
Standard Registration Rate
*Registration as of June 26, 12:01 am PST
Forum Registrant
*All attendees who are not members of the Pathways Networked Improvement Community (NIC)
$875.00 $975.00
Forum Registrant – NIC Member
*Any attendee whose college is a non-founding member of the Pathways NIC. Click here for a list of participating colleges.
$695.00 $795.00
Forum Registrant – Founding NIC Member
*Any attendee whose college is a founding member of the Pathways NIC. Click here for a list of founding colleges
$650.00 $750.00
Forum Registrant – NRC NIC Member
*Any attendee whose college is funded by the TAACCCT grant. Click here for a list of NRC colleges.
TAACCT Funded TAACCT Funded

 

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Who Should Attend

Who Should Attend

The Pathways National Forum is designed for Statway and Quantway faculty, student advisors, administrators, and institutional researchers – both new and experienced network members and those wishing to learn more about the Pathways. All groups can use this as an opportunity to learn from one another, strengthen relationships across the network, and continue to improve the Pathways for student success.

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