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Reflections on the AVP Institute Experience
Maurice Washington, Associate Vice President for Student Services and Dean of the College at Morehouse College looks back on his experiences attending the Associate Vice President Institute.
Making the Most of Your NASPA Membership with Online Professional Learning
How often do you check your Facebook feed and see posts from someone attending a conference or seminar in a seemingly fabulous location and think, “I wish I had the funds to go to [name that conference].” There seems to be a never ending invitation list to a conference to help you gain new skill, insights and other qualifications to make you work smarter, not harder. But that learning doesn’t have to be limited to hotel conference halls – although getting those awesome swag items are a major bonus!
A New Model for Campus Health: Integrating Well-Being into Campus Life
Take the newest edition of Leadership Exchange everywhere you go with NASPA’s newest mobile app! Featuring current and back issues, the app makes it easier than ever for student affairs leaders to stay connected to the latest news, ideas, and tools for higher education management.
Notes & Coffee: October 9 - 15
Catch up on this week’s trending student affairs and higher ed news, including: Speakers stress university pocketbooks; Lukewarm embrace of free speech; The new, improved IPEDS; Free impact on N.Y. community colleges; Sociology’s “Mic Drop” Moment.
First-generation College Celebration: 50 Ways to Celebrate on November 8!
The Center for First-generation Student Success, in partnership with the American Association of Colleges & Universities, is a proud supporter of the Council for Opportunity in Education’s (COE) inaugural First-generation College Celebration! On November 8, 2017 the 52nd anniversary of the Higher Education Act, institutions around the country are invited to celebrate the presence and experiences of first-generation college students, faculty, and staff on your campuses.