The following are a few of the faculty development presentations/workshops I have

Middlesex Community College, Middletown, CT, April 2011
Teaching College Level Study Skills Across the Curriculum: Effective and Efficient Skills and
Strategies for College Success; Carl Perkins Grant-funded workshop (career-based training
programs focused on career pathways from high school to college)
  • "Laurie is an invigorating and inspiring leader in the field of motivating
    educators to motivate learners. Her enthusiasm is infectious and spurs me on
    each time I attend her workshops."
  • "Laurie has an incredible gift in delivering information. She is engaging as
    well as knowledgeable in her field. A treat to experience, especially since a
    workshop on student engagement could be dry."
  • "Extremely competent, intelligent presenter who knows how to engage with
    her audience; lead them to new knowledge."
  • "Great organization of presentation & understanding of what we face with
    students and their needs. The sharing of stories always is engaging."
  • "Learning how to self regulate and get students to be honest with themselves
    to overcome procrastination."

Middlesex Community College, Middletown, CT, November 2010
Intentional Interventions: A Robust Strategy for Augmenting Student Success

Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA, August, 2010
Student Success and Retention Programs

Tunxis Community College, Tunxis, CT, June 2008
First-Year Experience

Dowling College, Long Island, NY, October, 2007
First-Year Experience

Mount Union College, Alliance, OH, August, 2007
Psychology of Procrastination

Bentley College, Boston, MA, July, 2007
First-Year Experience

Babson College, Babson Park, MA, May, 2007
First-Year Experience

Mount Union College, Alliance, OH, August, 2006
Beyond The “How to” Approach:  Integrating College Level Study Skills Into First-Year
Experience Courses    
Faculty Development