Members of WICHE's CACG Network gathered in Austin December 13 and 14. Among other topics, the meeting examined future trends in high school graduation rate and their potential impact on college access and success for low-income populations.
The agenda for the meeting is available here.
Building the Foundation: Early Interventions for AcCCESS AND SUCCESS
A New Economic Landscape: The Future of Access and Success
Robert “Scott” Seville has served as Associate Dean in the University of Wyoming Outreach School since 2005. He is also Program Coordinator for the NIH funded Wyoming INBRE Program and an Associate Professor of Zoology and Physiology. As Associate Dean he oversees the Outreach Schools regional centers located on six Wyoming community college campuses and their associated facilities. As the INBRE Program Coordinator he oversees projects targeting Wyoming K-16 students. Seville received his B.S. in Zoology from San Diego State University, and a B.S. in Secondary Science Education, M.S. in Parasitology, and Ph.D. in Zoology and Physiology from UW.