Tea on Transfer is back! We asked the TN community what they thought about the term ‘transfer shock’ and this month we’re talking about it! In this episode, we will cover: the term’s origin, how it has evolved, and how transfer professionals can best support students during their transitional period at both the sending and receiving institutions.
About Our Hosts
Dr. Heather Adams Ed.D. is the senior manager at The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program, leading the development of transfer engagement initiatives. She is also the founder and CEO of Transfer Nation. Dr. Adams earned an A.A. in Psychology from Santa Monica College and transferred to UCLA, where she obtained a B.A. in Psychology and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership.
Emily Kittrell is the assistant director at the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students (NISTS). She previously held roles in testing, registration, and student orientation at a primarily transfer-sending, two-year campus. Emily earned a bachelor of science degree in Psychology from the University of Central Arkansas and a master of science degree in Family Studies from the University of Kentucky.
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