Advisor Reading Groups

In recognition of the growing body of scholarly literature within the field of academic advising, as well as the emphasis on continuing and self-directed professional development, the ATA seeks to encourage scholarly engagement, the discussion of research, and the enjoyment of reading through advisor-led reading groups.

As a joint effort between the ATA and the WSU Academic Advising Council (AAC), advisors are able to submit a request to host a reading group through an online submission form. You can submit the reading selection you are interested in discussing and choose from one of several scheduled dates to host. Reading Groups will be announced through the ATA Canvas site and on this webpage. Check back frequently for selections and upcoming discussion dates.

Upcoming Reading Groups

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink
Discussion: Friday, January 22, 12 - 1 pm on Zoom
Hosts: Royanne Smith, Depts. of English and Philosophy and Kim Clexton, Athletics
RSVP: https://forms.gle/NHiFhWb6oTH4pvSx7

 

Archived Selections

Winter 2020
Race on Campus: Debunking Myths with Data by Julie J. Park
Host: Harman Singh, Dept. of Psychology

The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less by Barry Schwartz
Host: Ryan Ferrante, Dept. of Political Science

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain
Host: Emily Reetz

 

Fall 2018 (PDF)

Winter 2018 (PDF)

Fall 2017 (PDF)

Winter 2017 (PDF)

Fall 16 (PDF)

Winter 2016 (PDF)

Fall 2015 (PDF)

Winter 2015 (PDF)

Fall 2014 (PDF)

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