Creating A Required Co-Curricular Program

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May 1
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This webinar will take place from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

How are you preparing the next generation of business leaders at your institution?

The Carson College of Business at Washington State University is paving the way for student success with the implementation of their professional development initiative, the Carson Career Amplifier Program. This required co-curricular program utilizes mobile technology solutions to champion student professional development by providing students with experiential learning opportunities and high-impact practices outside the classroom that build essential skills and hone professional competencies that will give business students a competitive edge as they enter today’s competitive job market.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Learn how the Carson College of Business has adopted innovative solutions to effectively automate data management, improve student progress tracking and gather real-time data and insights.
  2. Identify key strategies and best practices for implementing a required co-curricular program and how to utilize Co-Curricular Transcripts and ePortfolios.
  3. Overview of the Amplifier Program and their microcredentials and core competencies.
  4. Walk away equipped with holistic approaches to promoting career readiness, improving student outcomes and boosting student retention.


Michelle_ChapmanMichelle Chapman, Carson College of Business, Washington State University

Michelle is a dynamic leader in career development and student engagement, renowned for her strategic thinking and commitment to fostering campus communities. With a focus on driving student engagement and enhancing opportunities for success, Michelle spearheaded the innovative co-curricular career readiness program now called The Amplifier Program. In this program all students engage in experiential learning aligned with the NACE career competencies and Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning to leverage students' awareness and articulation of their experiences. Through her leadership, students have gained valuable skills and connections, positioning them for success in both academia and industry.


Tom_TrippThomas Tripp, Carson College of Business, Washington State University


Dr. Thomas M. Tripp is a Professor of Management at Washington State University, and holds the Rom Markin Chair in Leadership. Currently, Dr. Tripp serves as the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Carson College of Business at Washington State University. Professor Tripp is an internationally renowned expert in workplace conflict. For the past 30 years, he has published dozens of scientific papers on workplace conflict, and especially on workplace revenge and forgiveness. His work has appeared in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Perspectives, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Business Ethics, and the Journal of Marketing, among other publications. He is co-author of the 2009 book, Getting Even: The truth about workplace revenge -- and how to stop it. At WSU, Professor Tripp teaches business courses in leadership skills, negotiation skills, and in decision-making skills. He has won numerous teaching awards, including the Business School’s top teaching award three times, and the 2010 Sahlin Faculty Excellence Award for Instruction which is WSU’s top teaching award for the whole university. Tripp earned a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Washington.

Elaney_TedderElaney Tedder, Suitable

Elaney Tedder is the Solutions Success Manager at Suitable and leads the Solutions Success efforts for the University Success team. She infuses her enthusiasm for project & process management into each implementation and ensures seamless navigation for Suitable partners through product integrations and add-ons. She has a passion for technology and truly enjoys equipping partners with the knowledge and confidence needed to achieve their goals.


Who Should Attend


  • Faculty, Staff, Department Chairs
  • Associate/Assistant Deans
  • Program Directors
  • Accreditation Representatives

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