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This week many of us will start a new semester, but what you experienced prior may determine your view.
Stryker, Witt, and Konecny’s chapter begins by summarizing the global growth of campus and international educational partnerships. This rise of branch, hub, and hybrid campuses has conversely led to the growth in the need for student affairs and services internationally as well as a more global perspective of our work in serving students.
Join us for the next NASPA IV-W Critical Conversation Wednesday, February 7, 2018, at 11:00 am (CST) focused on how to combat hate on campus and have a conversation around free speech vs. hate speech.
Washington State University, along with the University of Washington and Everett Community College, have collaborated to support undocumented students. Our main objective is to create, develop, and share solutions on how we can support undocumented communities in Washington State.
Apparently, the Chatham community is not alone in its hesitancy to talk about this topic. According to a 2014 Pew Research Study entitled “Religion in Everyday Life,” about half of American adults seldom (33%) or never (16%) talk about their religion. Four out of ten respondents say that they do not even talk about religion with members of their immediate family.
The deadline is January 15 for submitting a session proposal for the IMPACT Summit: College Student Mental Health Conference, a NASPA IV-W Critical Conversation.
Hello 2018! For many folx in higher education, 2017 was a challenging year, and for me it wasn’t any different. In my work, I spend all day with Native American students, and think about how both our campus climate and the nation’s climate are affecting our students.