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Pattern Recognition

And then there was that day I was absorbed in readings from venture writers and entrepreneurs.
I was reminded of comments by colleagues returning from the spring conferences that seem to cater to “older white men” or specialized groups, without feeling inclusive. 154 more words
Higher Education

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Student Affairs

Keeping the Conference Momentum Going

Now that the collective “conference hangover” has subsided for many who attended the ACPA and NASPA annual conferences (okay, well…I’m still catching up on sleep) 968 more words

Student Affairs

when your arrows are spent

For the last few weeks I have had what you could call writers block. I have started to write a blog three or four times and eventually deleted everything I wrote down or saved it hoping it would be useful later. 826 more words

Graduate School

Bridging the Gap between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs

Last week I led a workshop for our Student Affairs Winter Recharge on the topic of “Bridging the Gap between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs.” My experiences as an instructor as well as my personal experiences in education have given me an appreciation for the transformative effect of a rigorous academic curriculum. 868 more words

Higher Education

#NASPA15: My Experience

I had an incredible time in New Orleans for the 2015 NASPA Annual Meeting, and am still working to process through what the experience was like for me (doing some reflecting!). 862 more words

Student Affairs

Inspire More.

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. ~John Quincy Adams

Reviewing perspectives on leadership provides an opportunity to identify potential strengths beneficial to a student affairs leadership position.

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