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The mission of the NSEE is to cultivate educators who effectively use experiential education as an integral part of personal, professional, civic and global learning. 

NSEE’s Professional Development Committee will host FREE webinars on hot topics in this coming year. These are available to all members and non-members. We hope you will be able to join us! 

We are hosting FREE LIVE WEBINAR SERIES! Feel free to register if you're interested in learning what’s new and exciting in the experiential education, how to create talent pipelines and promote the value of experiences.

Thursday, November 14: Global
Employer Engagement/NYU

Learn how to create talent pipelines with
organizations and alumni around the globe 
that are scale-able to support internships,
career education, project-based work, and
full-time opportunities.  

Tuesday, December 3: The EBL
Robert Morris University
Discussion on RMU's Experience-based
Learning Taxonomy, a classification system 
used in RMU’s experiential course certification 
processes that differentiates the wide spectrum
of experiential activities.

Past Webinars

Have ideas for a webinar or are interested in leading one yourself?  Contact: Urszula Zalewski at [email protected]

The members of NSEE’s Professional Development Committee are …

Urszula Zalewski, Committee Chair
Director of Experiential Education
Stony Brook University 
Elise Newkirk-Kotfila
Director of Advising Initiatives
Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
Gina Chase
Applied Learning and Career Specialist
SUNY Broome
Vivienne Felix, PhD
Associate Director, Experiential Learning
New York University 
Pati Kravetz, Associate Director
Experiential Learning and Student Employment
Carnegie Mellon University
Richard A. Robles, Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering Co-op Program
University of Cincinnati
Odie Blackmon, Assistant Professor
Middle Tennessee State University