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Finding Yourself & Geek Identity Theory

During my first semester of graduate school, I took a course on theory development within college students.  I learned about theories grounded in career development, religious development, and personal identity development.  619 more words


#UABFirst30: Advisor Shadowing

I can’t believe we’re already on week three of my new role! It’s been a whirlwind, and I feel like I’ve mentioned that so many times over the past few weeks.  659 more words

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A Letter to Our Fearless Book Club

I was involved with our office’s weekly book club for the majority of the fall semester. I joined because I love to learn about topics beyond my research interests, and I wanted to support the great events that the other folks in Engaged Programs sponsor throughout the year. 658 more words

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Ways to Engage Your Students in Giving Thanks

*This post was originally featured on The Student Affairs Hub.

As we approach the season of giving, I thought it would be relevant and important to talk about the value of gratitude for ourselves and our students. 683 more words

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NSU Launches Spartan Family Plan Initiative

Got a brother or sister at NSU or planning to attend? You and your family members may be eligible for an adjustment to your tuition. In an effort to increase its outreach and provide a high-quality education to even more students, Norfolk State has created the… 113 more words

Geeky Office Décor Series: Michael Chavez

This week we’re featuring the awesome office of Michael Chavez, On-Campus Recruitment Coordinator at the University of Kansas.

Here’s what Michael had to say about his space: 288 more words


Decisions, Decisions???

Hello Followers!

This week I’ve been researching different types of higher education and student affairs graduate programs at many different types of schools.

I’ve been looking at public universities in-state, to universities out of state, to ivy league schools trying to think of every possible option for continuing my education. 194 more words