TEXAAN is excited to host it’s second webinar at noon (CST) on February 22, 2019. This webinar welcomes Keylan Morgan from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to discuss academic advising and developmental education policies for Texas public institutions.
During the webinar, Morgan will discuss the Texas Success Initiative, developmental education, and HB 2223 and its impact on academic advising. TEXAAN is happy to provide professional development opportunities for its members and welcomes Morgan’s insight into the various issues being covered.
This second webinar follows on the heels of a successful first webinar in December 2018 that surrounded TEXAAN, its history, charge, and organization. If you missed the first webinar, members have access to watch it at any time.
In order to participate in the upcoming webinar you must be a member of TEXAAN. You may renew your membership online at TEXAAN.org or through registration for the upcoming NACADA Region VII Conference Registration. Non-TEXAAN members may participate for a $15 fee. This webinar will be limited to the first 100 participants to register.
Morgan currently serves as the Program Specialist for Developmental Education in the Division of College Readiness and Success at the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. A native of Galveston, Texas, Morgan lives out the philosophy that “If you BELIEVE it, you can CONCEIVE it, and if you CONCEIVE it, you can ACHIEVE it”. For almost 15 years prior to joining the Coordinating Board, Morgan served students as a TRIO Program Director (Educational Talent Search and Upward Bound) and most recently as the Director of Student Success Initiatives for University College at Texas State University. These experiences and his personal story have shaped his passion for the success of marginalized and underprepared students in the P-20 pipeline. He holds a Bachelor of Business of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems and a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance. Morgan is actively completing the requirements for a Ph.D. in Developmental Education.