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Student employees are critical to each institution. It is very likely that student employees will have access to confidential student information as part of their work assignment. This information may include student transcripts, grades, personnel files, class schedules, and confidential office conversationsóinformation that is protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. While institutions generally do a good job ensuring faculty and professional staff are FERPA-trained, often student employees are forgotten. This presentation will use a set of scenarios that school officials may use to provide an innovative and interactive FERPA training for student employees. The topics covered in the course include:
Dr. Geri Anderson a life long educator, has joined the Aims Community as External Affairs Special Assistant to President Liddell. In this role, she will closely monitor all legislative and policy matters which may have implications for Aims Community College at the state and federal level.
Prior to beginning her tenure at Aims Community College, Dr. Anderson served as Interim President for the Community College of Aurora and the Vice President for academic and student affairs and Provost for the Colorado Community College System. In the role of Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officer, she provided leadership for all CCCS academic and student affairs policy review and development, ensured the development and enhancement of high quality career and technical and transfer education programs through ongoing program review, assessment of student learning, high academic standards and the expansion of scholarship/creative activity. In addition to providing leadership at the post-secondary level, she was responsible for Coloradoís K-16 career and education programs. In her 35 years experience as a higher education administrator and faculty member she has worked at large public research institutions, private liberal arts colleges and public community colleges. She began her career as a middle school science teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska.
In 2011, the Colorado General Assembly leadership selected Dr. Anderson to serve as co-chair for Coloradoís Interim Legislative Committee on Student Success. Additionally she served on the Board of Directors for the Denver-based Young Americans Center for Financial Education and the Rocky Mountain PBS Advisory Board, the Aurora Public School Superintendentís Advisory Board and the Adams 14 School District Foundation Board. In recognition of her professional accomplishments, Dr. Andersonís awards include Outstanding Service to the Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education, as the Student Education Associationís Outstanding Faculty of the Year, and the National Science Teachers Associationís Search for Science Excellence Award.
Dr. Anderson has an earned doctorate in Administration, Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. She has two sons and they both attended community college.
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