2017 Annual Conference on Citizenship
Join with national civic health network partners and other individuals and organizations concerned about critical challenges facing the nation.
Presentation Link: “Transitions: Assisting First Year Students with Disabilities and their Parents”
On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, the following presenters within Region held a Webinar event titled “Transitions: Assisting First Year Students with Disabilities and their Parents”.
Calling in White Educators: Reflections from InterGroup Dialogue
I have become more critical about the ways we use the experiences and bodies of Black and brown students to facilitate learning for White students. Realizing that many White students only learn as much as they do because of the work, labor, and trauma of people of color has prompted a lot of internal conflict and reflection.
WISA KC Call for Proposals for 2018 NASPA Annual KC Publication
The WISA KC invites proposals for an article to be featured in NASPA's Annual Online KC Publication to be released in March 2018. Proposals due August 14, 2017.
Taking PRIDE in LGBTQ+ Support
Nearing the end of the first year of my PhD program, one notion that I have noticed discussed more and more in classes and research is representation. Representation is an important part of feeling welcomed and included on a campus, especially for students, faculty, and staff who identify as LGBTQ+.
Five things early-career professionals can do as they transition to an SCU