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#SAStyle: Incorporating Personal Style Into Professional Dress by Hannah Torrance

Introducing the #SAStyle series! A group of four posts from student affairs graduate students and professionals that focus on what they wear to work and how their location influences the ways that they dress. 1,175 more words

Student Affairs

Leadership Lessons from...Curious George

Yes, that one. The one you’re thinking of. Although it may not seem wise to follow the example of the monkey that ate enough of a puzzle to get sent to the ER, it might surprise you to realize just how many admirable leadership qualities that this mischievous monkey truly possesses. 545 more words

Leadership Lessons

paulgordonbrown reblogged this on @PaulGordonBrown and commented:

Featured Image -- 9020I always loved Curious George growing up... and this article from my friends at LEAD365 helps shed some light on why. In many ways, it reminds me of Steve Jobs' famous quote to always "Stay hungry... stay foolish."  Taking delight and surprise in the world around me is what keeps me motivated.  It's something that I never hope I lose.  Forever curious, George...

So, You Want to Start a Student Affairs Blog?

I started blogging back in graduate school, as a student of Paul Brown’s. I didn’t take it incredibly seriously because I wasn’t sure how to connect blogging back to my work in the classroom  1,234 more words

Student Affairs


There’s something rubbing me the wrong way with the tone of our field lately. I honestly can’t put my finger on it, but my gut has an unsettling feeling. 604 more words

Higher Education/Student Affairs

Exciting Goings On: Being a Part of the ACPA Digital Task Force 2.0

The following post originally appeared on the ACPA Digital Task Force Website.  I’m excited to announce that I will be a part of round 2 of this effort.   548 more words


SoSJiSA: FAQs about "The State of Social Justice in Student Affairs" Blog Series

Project Name: The State of Social Justice in Student Affairs (SoSJiSA – because it ain’t student affairs if it don’t have an acronym). To read the introductory blog post on this series, please see this [ 1,287 more words

Social Justice

“It’s time to talk about social justice.” - The State of Social Justice in Student Affairs

“It’s time to talk about social justice.”

That’s what we always say within student affairs, isn’t it, when traumatic acts of oppression make national news? 878 more words

Social Justice