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March 25th, 2019 | 8:30 AM

2019 Annual Conference

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Breaking Ground in Learning Centers


8:00-8:30 AM

8:30-9:00 AM

9:00-9:15 AM

9:15-9:45 AM

10:00-11:00 AM

11:15-12:15 PM

12:15-1:00 PM

1:15-2:15 PM

2:15-2:45 PM

2:45-3:15 PM


Networking Breakfast



Break-out Session #1

Break-out Session #2

Networking Lunch

Break-out Session #3

Poster Session & Snack Break

MDCLCA Business Meeting


STEPping Into Academic Success

Constructing Partnerships


Supporting the Whole Student in an Academic Recovery Seminar

Cultivating the Whole Student

Establishment & Expansion of a Quantitative Reasoning Center

Expanding Spaces


Partnering for Student Success

Constructing Partnerships

Promoting Holistic Tutoring

Cultivating the Whole Student

Guided Peer Tutor Evaluations 

Branching Out to a Career in LCs

Working with Tutors & SI Leaders Who Have Learning Differences 

Cultivating the Whole Student


Intentional Academic Support

Constructing Partnerships

Accounting for Emotional Labor

Cultivating the Whole Student

To the Window; To the Wall 

Expanding Spaces


Training Generalist Tutors through Writing Center Partnerships

Constructing Partnerships

Methods of Fostering Meaningful and Purposeful Relationships with  Students and Professors as SI/PASS Leaders

Cultivating the Whole Student

Developing Professionalism for Student Workers

Cultivating the Whole Student

Building a Village: Leveraging Campus Wide Connections for Student Success

Constructing Partnerships



Dr. Christine Moran is the Assistant Vice President of Student Success (AVPSS) at Stevenson University, and previously served as the Dean of Student Success and Associate Dean of Academic Support at Stevenson. With over 20 years of experience in the field of education, Dr. Moran brings a great wealth of knowledge and expertise to her position and has an established track record of working collaboratively with others across campus to support the mission and vision of the university and most importantly, student success. In her current role as AVPSS, she oversees the Office of Student Success, which includes: student success coaching, new student registration and orientation, first-year experience, TEAMS (Transfer Engagement and Mentoring for Success) program, academic advising, pre-health advising, disability services, tutorial and testing services, the early alert system, campus-wide retention efforts and support for all students. Her team uses a holistic approach to provide an array of services and resources that enable students to optimize their academic potential, persist in their studies, and complete their degrees. Dr. Moran provides leadership and strategic direction to implement best practices that not only effectively assess the needs of students, but allows for the development of appropriate strategies and programs that will positively impact them and support their academic, social, personal, and career success. Dr. Moran holds a faculty rank of Professor of Education and prior to her tenure at Stevenson, she taught in the Division of Education at Immaculata University for 7 years preparing pre-service teachers to successfully enter the classroom and was a high school History teacher for 10 years. She has a great understanding of teaching, scholarship, and service.


A native of Pennsylvania, Dr. Moran holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Education, as well as teaching certificates in Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education. In addition, she earned a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Temple University where she studied how individuals learn and retain knowledge. Dr. Moran has provided professional development and training to K-12 schools, higher education institutions, as well as community organizations.  She is a natural collaborator and is committed to working with students, faculty, staff, and administrators to increase and support overall student success.



Hilton Garden Inn

4770 Owings Mills Blvd

Owings Mills, MD 2117


2.6 miles from campus

Hyatt Place

4730 Painters Mill Road

Owings Mills, MD 2117


2.7 miles from campus


Residence Inn Marriott

10620 Red Run Blvd

Owings Mills, MD 2117


2.9 miles from campus

For more hotel options, click here:

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When You Arrive On Campus:

Conference attendees should park in Parking Lot A (no parking pass is required).


Check-in will be located in the Rockland Center. Attendees who would like assistance to travel up the stairs can use the shuttle service (shuttle stop located at the southeast corner of Parking Lot A).

Registration Closed

Standard registration for the 2019 MDCLCA Conference is now closed. At-the-door registration will be available on March 25th with a surcharge: $65 for Professionals and $50 for Students.

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