Oct 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM EDT.
Join us for the first in a series of webinars that will profile CWID state experiences with reverse transfer. The webinar series begins with the state of Tennessee. In 2012, the Tennessee legislature adopted legislation that encouraged reverse transfer agreements within the state, and Tennessee joined the CWID initiative in 2013. The webinar will feature the Tennessee policy context, the state’s approach to reverse transfer, early outcomes, and lessons learned.
- Gloria Gammell, Project Coordinator and Program Manager, Office of Academic Affairs and Student Success, University of Tennessee
- India Lane, Assistant Vice President, Office of Academic Affairs and Student Success, University of Tennessee
- Tammy Lemon, Director, Center for Business and Economic Research, University of Tennessee Knoxville
- Debra Bragg, Founding Director, OCCRL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Jason Taylor, Assistant Professor, University of Utah
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Jason L. Taylor is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Utah. He received his PhD in higher education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a research specialization in evaluation methods and concentration in public policy. His broad research interests are at the intersection of community college and higher education policy and educational and social inequality. Dr. Taylor has conducted and led several quantitative and mixed methods studies related to college readiness, developmental education, adult pathways to college, dual credit/enrollment and early college experiences, transfer policy and reverse transfer, LGBTQ students and educational access and equity. He is currently the Co-PI with Dr. Debra Bragg and co-leading the research agenda for the Credit When It’s Due initiative, a 15-state effort to develop and implement reverse transfer programs and policies.