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Reflections on #NASPA15 from a first-time attendee

“Finally.” With the help of some professional development funding and one of NASPA’s scholarship initiatives for New Professionals and Graduate Students, I was able to attend and participate in my first… 1,000 more words

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Why I'm not allowed to fry things anymore...

(a short story in the life of a Student Affairs professional)

Several years ago, at my previous institution, I served as the advisor to the Native American Society (NAS). 754 more words

Work

Why I'm not allowed to fry things anymore...

(a short story in the life of a Student Affairs professional)

Several years ago, at my previous institution, I served as the advisor to the Native American Society (NAS). 749 more words

Work

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

Student Affairs

#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!). 829 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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Higher Education

Student Affairs

We recognise the importance of student funding and finding ways to address and solve the issues that revolve around students finances. Professional Development is a course no student should miss out on, however, depending on how institutes instigate this, costs will vary widely (whether it be students own money spent or governing authorities/peers financially investing into the department of Professional Development). 24 more words