SUNY Hosts Regional Pathways Events
The SUNY and Carnegie Math Pathways partnership has continued to yield positive results, with events for Pathways faculty happening all across SUNY. This past November, over 80 faculty, advisors, and administrators from 24 institutions attended the SUNY Fall Institute in Saratoga Springs, NY. There were sessions for explorer faculty and administrators to learn more about Quantway and Statway, enrichment sessions for teams already teaching the Pathways, and an outstanding plenary from Dr. Karen Givvin, a Researcher and Adjunct Professor at UCLA, about the research informing the design of the Pathways curricula and pedagogy.
- SUNY Broome recently hosted 21 faculty from 5 colleges during a Spring kick off meeting facilitated by Mary Crawford-Mohat, Quantway Faculty Mentor for SUNY.
- In January, Rockland Community College held an orientation event for 11 potential Pathways faculty, led by 5 Quantway faculty at Rockland
- In early February, Jamestown Community College hosted an explorer workshop, led by Mary Crawford-Mohat and Andre Freeman (Statway Faculty Mentor for SUNY) for teams from Jamestown and SUNY Alfred State College to learn about implementing Quantway and Statway.
- This week, Westchester Community College will hold Quantway Day, where approximately 50 faculty from 5 SUNY colleges shared ideas about scaling up, pedagogy, and professional development for faculty, advisors, and tutors. We commend the faculty and administrators who are working tirelessly to bring the Pathways to students across the colleges and universities in SUNY.
And SUNY Pathways faculty and administrative leaders, together with SUNY system staff and Carnegie staff, are now gearing up for the Spring Forum in June. This SUNY-wide event will include new faculty training sessions as well as strands for exploring and returning teams.