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10 Strategies for College Success: Free Event at Rutgers University

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John Bader, executive director of the Fulbright Association, will speak about his book Dean’s List: 10 Strategies for College Success (second edition, Johns Hopkins University Press, March 2017) from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 6, 2017 at Alexander Library, 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ. The event is free and open to the public.

            While college hopefuls invest great time and energy into getting accepted by the schools of their choice, many put less thought into how to make the most of their time once they get there. In Dean’s List, John Bader draws on advice from deans at leading universities—including Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, and Columbia—as well as over a decade of experience as a dean at Johns Hopkins University to present strategies designed to help new college students succeed. From “focus on learning, not grades” to “learn from diversity at home and abroad,” the 10 approaches outlined in Bader’s book will aid graduating seniors, first-generation, and non-traditional students alike in having the most productive and rewarding college experience possible.

Following the presentation, Bader will take questions and sign copies of the book, and the Rutgers Office of Summer & Winter Sessions will sponsor a drawing for free copies. Free parking (for non-university guests only) is available in Rutgers Lots 26, 30, or the College Ave Parking Deck.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

John Bader is the Executive Director of the Fulbright Association and previously served Johns Hopkins University for over a decade as a dean of academic advising and of undergraduate academic affairs. He is the author of Taking the Initiative: Leadership Agendas in Congress and the "Contract with America."

ABOUT THE AUTHORTALKS SERIES

AuthorTalks is a series of talks cosponsored by Rutgers University Libraries and the Office of Summer & Winter Sessions. From great books come great ideas, and this series intends to engage the Rutgers community during the summer and winter sessions in both. Featuring faculty authors from Rutgers and other universities, these book readings and discussions are free and open to the public. For more information, visit libraries.rutgers.edu/events.

ABOUT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

Rutgers University Libraries support and enrich the instructional, research, and public service missions of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, through the stewardship of scholarly information and the delivery of information services. With more than five million volumes and thousands of digital resources located in 26 libraries, centers, and reading rooms in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden, Rutgers University Libraries rank among the nation’s top research libraries.

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