University of New Hampshire

School of Law

New England Consortium of Academic Support Professionals Annual Academic Success Conference

"Effective Academic Counseling Methods for ASP Professionals" is our fourth annual NECASP conference at University of New Hampshire Law School.

This year’s keynote speaker and facilitator will be Martha Peters, Professor Emeritus at Elon University School of Law.  A well-known presenter, Marty places a strong emphasis on interaction.  

Our goal for this conference is to ensure that everyone leaves with specific knowledge and new academic counseling skills to energize their programs.

If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth Bloom, ebloom@nesl.edu or Sunny Mulligan, sunny.mulligan@law.unh.edu.


REGISTRATION FORM


Tentative Schedule:

10-10:15 a.m. - Registration

10:15-10:30 a.m. - Welcome

10:30-noon - Keynote Address by Martha Peters, Q and A follows

12:30-1:30 p.m. - Lunch and scholarship discussions

1-2:30 p.m. - Group breakout sessions

2:30-3 p.m.  - Conference wrap-up


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Speaker Bio
Martha Peters, Professor Emeritus, Elon University School of Law

Martha Peters joined the Elon faculty from the University of Iowa College of Law, where she directed the Academic Achievement Program for seven years. Previously, Peters developed and directed the Law Student Resource Program at the University of Florida. 

She has led numerous workshops and given conference presentations around the world on best practices in legal education and ways to support students and promote their success in law school.  She is a two-time winner of the Clara Gehan Award for the Advancement of Women's Issues presented by the Law Association for Women and recipient of an outstanding service award from the Black Law Students' Association. 

Peters has a bachelor's degree from Mary Baldwin College, a master's and doctorate in educational psychology and an educational specialist degree in counselor education from the University of Florida.

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