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Program Information

Operation EAGLE (Empowering Advisor Growth, Leadership, and Excellence) is an advisor-lead professional development series. Each session includes an engaging presentation as well as opportunities to review case studies and engage in discussion. While Operation EAGLE sessions are designed for individuals with a primary role in providing students with advisement, all will benefit from the sessions!

Reasons to Participate

There are lots of reasons to attend Operation EAGLE! Each session is designed to assist you in developing your practice as a student affairs professional. Additionally, sessions provide you an opportunity to connect and build collaborative relationships with your colleagues. Best of all, sessions are free, highly accessible, and can even allow you future training and development opportunities!

Operation EAGLE has been awarded a mini grant for the 2021-2022 academic year. Mini grant funds will be used to send Operation EAGLE attendees to additional professional development opportunities. At each Operation EAGLE session, attendee names will be placed into a raffle. Selected attendees will be provided an opportunity to attend a local or virtual conference at no cost to themselves or their department. The number of individuals selected will be determined by conference availability and cost.

Spring 2022 Sessions

Supporting Students with Disabilities
Corey Charle’ and Jeff Jones
Thursday, March 10, 2022 ⋅ 10am – 12pm
Email for the Zoom link and calendar invite!

As a result of this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the basic unique needs of students with disabilities
  • Understand the general legal principles that affect supporting students with disabilities
  • Describe the services provided by DSS, including the accommodations process
  • Locate and refer students to DSS resources across the larger OTC community

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Connecting with Students
Evan Dir, George Mayes, Dr. Karim Moukrime, Daniel Ogunyemi, and Laura Stitt 

As a result of this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand and describe Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
  • Understand the role of self-knowledge in cultural humility and its importance for building rapport and supporting students
  • Understand their own diversity with respect to their department and the larger OTC community
  • Locate and refer students to a resources that provide support across the larger OTC community


Have a question or suggestion? Please reach out to Erin Dooley or Diedre McCann.

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