The Alcohol, Other Drugs Prevention Focus Area highlights the continued challenges facing higher education when it comes to substance abuse on campuses. Bringing together the resources of Knowledge Communities, specialized conferences, and in-depth research the AOD focus area is committed to providing student affairs practitioners with the tools necessary to effectively deal with these challenges.
This updated set of Professional Competency Areas is intended to define the broad professional knowledge, skills, and, in some cases, attitudes expected of student affairs professionals regardless of their…Buy
Decisions Matter is an innovative guide designed to help novice student affairs professionals develop effective decision-making skills. Written by seasoned student affairs educators and practitioners, this book contains a…Buy
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For graduate students attending the NASPA Annual Conference!
If you have been looking for a meaningful way to engage with NASPA, participating as a program reviewer is a low-commitment, high-impact way to start.
Catch up on this week’s trending student affairs and higher ed news including a judge in Texas’ block of Obama’s transgender bathroom rules; NLRB ruling that graduate students at private universities may unionize; a Dean of the U of Chicago sets incoming freshmen’s expectations on safe spaces; parsing the ‘free’ in free community college; and a Twitter recap on our live briefing “Leading from Joy, Not Pain”.
Successful peer education programs integrate evaluation into everything they do from the beginning. With the school year starting, now is the perfect time to start implementing an evaluation plan to measure the effectiveness of your peer education efforts.
On August 12, Dr. Mamta Accapadi led a live briefing entitled Leading from Joy and the Twittersphere was abuzz with shares of her many pearls of wisdom.