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M.Ed Student Profile: Kelly Brown

Name: Kelly Brown

Twitter: @fraubrownslc

Hometown: Milwaukee, WI

Undergrad Institution & Major: University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, German & International Studies

Favorite Food: Ribeye steak

Why did you choose the ELP program at the U?: 280 more words

Student Life In ELP

#SAChat | Interview with the ACPA President, Part 1

Last week, I was honored to have the opportunity to sit down and chat via Skype with the ACPA President himself, Gavin Henning!  Gavin is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at New England College, where he directs the Master of Science in Higher Education Administration and the Doctorate of Education programs, so I knew he would have a great deal of insight into what Student Affairs grads go through, and how we can be successful. 847 more words


The Importance of #SAGrad

The Start of Something New

I was first introduced to #SAGrad this past spring by Faran Saeed, my good friend and mentor during my first year in graduate school at Louisiana State University. 1,279 more words


Success as a Graduate Student at The University of Utah – Initial Resources

By Dr. Sharon A. Aiken-Wisniewski

Are you a new graduate student at The University of Utah?  Welcome to our campus!  I remember my first days of my graduate program. 361 more words

Student Life In ELP

Times That Kelly Kapoor Explained Your Life As An #SAGrad

The Office may not be on TV anymore but my love for Kelly Kapoor will never have a finale.


The Student Affairs Collective: #SASideHustle

It’s been awhile, but I’ve written another quick blog for the SA Collective. For #SASideHustle, I wrote about the craft fairs and the… 198 more words

#SAReflects | On UIFI Three Years Later

Thanks to my lovely Timehop app, I was reminded that three years ago last week, I was in Bloomington, Indiana at UIFI. The Undergraduate Inter-Fraternity Institute is sponsored each summer by the National Inter-Fraternity Conference over several sessions, each containing about 90 undergraduates and 20 professional volunteers. 1,152 more words