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#SAStyle: What do Neal Caffrey, Adam Levine and I have in common? by Jake Goldblum

This is the final post in the July #SAStyle series. Hannah and I hope you enjoyed it!

Hi, friends! My name is Jake Goldblum, I’m a graduate student and residence hall director at the State University of New York (SUNY) Plattsburgh in upstate New York, and I’m most certainly in a New York state of mind! 655 more words

Student Affairs

Where do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years?

This is the second post in the #SAMid series. Jason Meier shares his thoughts about answering the ever-present “what’s next” questions. Thank you, Jason.

When you’re preparing for your first job out of grad school, well-meaning professionals will tell you to expect this question – 858 more words

Student Affairs

Guest Post: Take The Lead - No More Excuses By Katie Ross

Many young professionals are gunning for a management position. I’m sure you can think of at least one person right now who falls into that category.   677 more words

Student Affairs

Heads or Tails? It's a Win-Win But Does it Fit?

This past week has been one of significant reflection.

We are currently at the tail-end of our search for an Assistant Director of Student Activities and as a member of the search committee, I am so grateful for the experience.   1,083 more words

Higher Education

Bed Bug vs. Baby Cockroach

I looked everywhere for a comparison picture of bed bugs and cockroach nymphs, because it’s almost that time of year when people will move into residence halls all around the country and (especially in the hot South) lose their minds when they see a bug in their room.   116 more words


#SAStyle: Incorporating Personal Style Into Professional Dress by Michael Eberhard

My name is Michael Eberhard – I currently attend University of the Pacific in the Educational Administration and Leadership masters program, and I work with the Housing and Greek Life Office as a Graduate Assistant and Residence Director. 977 more words

Student Affairs

The Summer of the Concert: Kelly Clarkson and Pentatonix

This summer I have decided that rather than just buy myself presents I should buy experiences and memories. Thus comes my proclamation that this summer will be the summer of the concert! 431 more words

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