What’s New with Professional Standards in NASPA IV-W?
Read about some great work being done in the NASPA IV-W Professional Standards Divisions. This month's updates from NUFP, Community Colleges, and Public Policy.
Coming this Summer: The new #NASPAcpe
And now, summer previews. This one, though, is not a buddy comedy or an adventure in the Marvel universe. It’s better! NASPA’s Certified Peer Educator (CPE) program will be unveiled this July.
Latinos for Latinos: Together we are Stronger
Perspectives from two Latino/a leaders on supporting one another's professional success at the 2016 NASPA Annual Conference.
Introducing the 2016 – 2017 BACCHUS Initiatives Student Advisory Committee (SAC)
Elections are complete, and the BACCHUS Initiatives are pleased to present our newest student volunteers.
Intersections - Faith, Freedom, and Social Justice in Student Affairs Practice
Sable Manson, PhD is the Souljourners Program Director at the University of Southern California. Souljourners encourages interfaith engagement through co-curricular experiences and weekly written reflection. Through her work at USC, Sable has explored Mindfulness practices in college, interfaith engagement on campus, as well as students’ religious and spiritual development. In 2014 Sable, was identified as one of the Future50 Faith leaders in Los Angeles by USC’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture and the Interreligious Council of Southern California (IRC).
She currently serves as the Co-Chair for Research for NASPA’s Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community as well as contributing to Patheos’s blog series Spirituality Itself. Her current work around #DigitalFaith examines how individuals are using digital spaces and technologies for spiritual and religious exploration. In 2016, she begins a yearlong appointment as a Journal of College and Character Ambassador.
“Service is the rent we pay for living on this earth”
Service is one of the most important things that we can do. Nathan Victoria uses the example of our new Board Chair, Dr. Lori White, to show how even the smallest volunteer acts can lead to a lifetime of involvement with NASPA and student affairs.