Register for the 2022 Social Mobility Symposium
Mark your calendar: The 2022 National Social Mobility Symposium, a bicoastal collaboration between CSUSM and the Center for Social Mobility at Old Dominion University, will take place Thursday, June 23 and Friday, June 24 at CSUSM. This year’s conference theme is “Partnering for Prosperity and Inclusive Growth.”
The symposium will be an opportunity for the higher education community – including university presidents, senior academic leaders, student affairs professionals, faculty and staff – to come together to discuss how institutions can best support student social mobility and the inclusive recovery and growth of the communities they serve in today’s evolving and challenging environment.
Join colleagues from around the country in sharing new ideas and exploring innovative ways of serving students while also partnering with external constituents. Discussions will be grounded in possibility and creativity, with opportunities to learn and innovate with each other.
Registration is now open! All conference fees are waived thanks to generous sponsors including College Futures Foundation, the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation and the Stone Brewing Fund for Social Mobility at CSUSM.
Register to attend free online.
Featured speakers include:
Vice Chair of the CSU Board of Trustees, The California State University
Dr. Will Del Pilar
Keynote and Panel Moderator
Vice President of Higher Education Policy and Practice, Ed Trust
Panel of Presidents
A panel of presidents representing universities across the U.S. will share insights
and best practices related to student success.
Breakout sessions include:
The Case for Inclusion: Women with Disabilities in Social Mobility Practices in Higher Education (Virginia Commonwealth University & Old Dominion University)
Promoting Student Involvement Through Scholar Programs (University of California San Diego)
Social Mobility: Exploring Post-Graduate Outcomes and Correlates of Post-Graduate Success (California State University Channel Islands)
Scalable Social Class Support Programs & Practices (Clemson University)