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On Monday, December 11, 2017 at 3:00 pm EST, the Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community is hosting Mapping the Online #DigitalFaith. This experience is free to SRHE KC members! This presentation seeks to help educators better support students’ spiritual development by mapping out the evolving boundaries of the online interfaith landscape, locating online brave spaces for religious exploration, and identifying ways to facilitate interfaith engagement within these digital spaces.
Moscarito, Osfield, Perozzi, and Shea divided chapter 15 into three parts: The first part introduces the role of International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS), the second part discusses the current and future issues, trends and challenges of the student affairs profession, and the last part sets different approaches for its future. This chapter review elaborates on these points while incorporating the takeaways that I will focus on.
This Blog post discusses seeking the "why" behind the work that occurs in Student Affairs versus focusing on "what" has to happen as a result of the work.
Check out Part I of II on the job search process! Part I covers times, documents, and appearance.
Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs (SAPAA) Knowledge Community (KC) Living Learning Communities (LLC) Working Group is sponsoring a FREE webinar this Thursday!
During the spring of 2016, staff in the Office of Community Engaged Learning (OCEL) at Lewis University area began an initiative to develop a stronger student voice in the office. While staff were in frequent contact with faculty members and community partners, there was no natural method for learning more deeply about the experiences of students who were engaging in the community through their community-based academic experiences. It was a gap that staff found difficult to bridge.
Seth Gordon explores the meaning of veteran, the veterans he serves at Wright State University, as well as the Veterans Voices project.
As champions of higher education, both practitioners and academics, we want there to be places where people feel they can be both their best selves and seek challenging experiences for growth and personal development. In many ways, we continue to undermine ourselves by using language to segment and silo one another in the name of inclusion and community-building.