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No more fixing

About two weeks ago colleagues and I wrote a post about Loving your work. It generated some interesting conversations on Twitter and continues to emerge in various Facebook groups, Twitter chats (#sachat), and professional conference backchannels (check out #ACPA15). 458 more words

Student Affairs

What I Was Geeking Out About This Week - 03/06/15

Hey there! Here’s what is going on in my world:

  • Tampa

So I am officially in Tampa today for ACPA 2015. This city is gorgeous and it was nice to get to my hotel, clean myself up, and walk outside in shorts in 80 degree weather! 305 more words


How Does Critical Reflection Support Experiential Learning?

In a follow-up post to my recap of Birmingham-Southern’s workshop on critical reflection in early February, I wanted to share some more information on our discussions and my takeaways from this wonderful event. 736 more words

Higher Education

A skewed projection of boxes and arrows provided the only light in the classroom. I’m ashamed now to admit that I had been trying to keep myself awake by writing in my notebook, a recycling center of slash-jot composition that sometimes lead to blog posts like this one. 5,186 more words


The Fear Mongering of "Student Affairs is a Small World"

Dear Student Affairs family,

I love you. I do. Granted, it’s not as much as I love The Lord of the Rings but it is more than I love Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D ( 1,214 more words

Social Justice

On One Year of Podcasting

Today marks one year ago exactly to when the first episode of The Student Affairs Spectacular Podcast (let’s call it SA Podcast for short) premiered. Since then, we’ve had almost 50 awesome episodes with student affairs professionals all over the country (and even abroad in Canada). 540 more words


My Student Affairs Journey

Hi there, and welcome to my blog! My name is Lacy and I am currently a Senior at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA studying Human Services and Diversity in Higher Education. 535 more words

Higher Ed