AAKC Assessment: We want to hear from you!
The African-American Knowledge Community Executive Board has created an assessment to learn more about your experience with the KC. It is our hope that your feedback will both assess our past progress and inform our future trajectory. The assessment should take no more than five minutes to complete and will ensure your voice is heard!
Please find the link to complete here: http://studentvoice.com/uncch/africanamericancommunity
NUFP Now Accepting Applications
The NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) is currently accepting applications and all applications are due by May 2nd for the 2013-14 class (There will also be a fall deadline)! Please identify a student or two at your institution and share this wonderful opportunity with them. For additional information: http://www.naspa.org/programs/nufp/. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
2013 WISA (Women in Student Affairs) Drive-In Conference
The NASPA IV-East Women in Student Affairs (WISA) Knowledge Community invites you to empower change, share your story, and find your voice at the 2013 WISA Drive-In Conference being held at Lake Forest College on Saturday, June 1, 2013.
WISA was developed with the intent of providing women with a platform to give voice to our needs as student affairs professionals. This year's theme, EmpowHERing Change: Sharing OUR Stories. Finding YOUR Voice. exemplifies the purpose of WISA. It is an opportunity for women to come together to use one another's stories to reflect, inspire, support, uplift, and strengthen.
Courtyard Chicago Lincolnshire
505 Milwaukee Avenue
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
Single King Room - $74.00
2 Queen Room - $84.00
The conference room rate is available on 5/31 ONLY. Rates are subject to state and local taxes (currently 11%) in effect at the time of check out. The hotel includes continental breakfast. All reservations must be made prior to 5/10/13 by calling 1-800-321-2211 and referencing the WISA - Women in Student Affairs Conference at Lake Forest College Room Block.
Looking for ways to get involved with the AAKC?
We are looking for people who are interested in getting involved in the African American Knowledge Community!
Getting involved will allow you to network with colleagues across the country, learn new skill sets, and allow you to share your creativity.
- Newsletter Committee: This is a new committee, responsible for the creation of the newsletter that will feature promotions, articles, and other professionally and personally relevant information to be disseminated quarterly.
- Regional Involvement: You can work with your Regional Representative to get more involved.