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Repost: Validating Leadership Educator Identity Development in Student Affairs

Originally posted: https://studentaffairscollective.org/validating-leadership-educator-identity-development-student-affairs/

I believe all student affairs professionals are leadership educators. Higher education strives to produce socially responsible leaders, ready to participate in, adapt to, and shape the global economy (Dugan & Komives, 2007). 665 more words

La Cage de Zoo/The Zoo Cage

Soyons clairs: PAN est un pavillon de recherche d’abord et avant tout; il y a 2 salles de classe en tout dans ce pavillon, toutes les deux au rez-de-chaussée (110 et 120). 504 more words

Physics

Episode 117: Revisiting with Nick Franco

Welcome to another episode of Life Work Balances, the podcast for and by student affairs professionals about the dynamic nature of balance. It has been a while since an episode has gone up, because I was finding my own sense of balance, but now the podcast is back. 118 more words

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Graduate Study Space

Hurry to sign up!

The library offers three types of space to graduate students: large carrels, desks in shared study rooms, and lockers.

Graduate students may now apply for study space in the library for the 2015-16 year, using the… 62 more words

Library News

Our Newest Faculty Member is also an Alumna?!


It rarely happens that professors are hired at an institution from which they graduated–but it has just happened at UWaterloo! Ashley Rose Kelly is our newest Assistant Professor, and we are thrilled to have her. 979 more words

Faculty

Celebrating our 50th! | Dear Readers

When we got married September 11, 1965, we weren’t thinking about what it might mean to celebrate our anniversaries early in September. Nor did we know that both of us would become graduate students and then geeky academics who have to show up for teaching and other duties during early September no matter what! 411 more words

Writing

Jumping the Chasm: An LCT Student's Foray into Creative Writing

“Feel the fear and do it anyway.” Susan Jeffers forged an entire career from those seven simple words. For some people, the catchphrase might serve as inspiration to tackle a major athletic feat, such as running a marathon or completing an ironman-distance triathlon. 813 more words

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