In This Installment of Access the ExpertsDan Shipp, Ed.D., UNO Vice Chancellor for Student Success, answers the question: “What should parents be doing to prepare their high schoolers for college readiness during the pandemic?”
Shipp, who has served as vice chancellor of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management and Dean of Students at UNO since 2012, is a nationally recognized higher education leader and innovator that has been responsible for designing student educational and support programs, services, and facilities at three different universities. Shipp received a Bachelor of Science degree in education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and holds a Master of Arts degree in recreation administration from UNO. He earned his Ed.D. in educational leadership and administration from the University of the Pacific.
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