KC's provide access to information and resources in a particular subject area, connecting members and facilitating the sharing of knowledge.
Welcome to the NASPA Knowledge Communities, which support lifelong learning in student affairs while allowing members to confirm their commitment to and passion for the profession through their common interests. I invite you to explore the most recent issue of the KC Publication which exemplifies our focus of creating and sharing knowledge.
|Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services||View|
|Adult Learners and Students with Children||View|
|Alcohol and Other Drug||View|
|Asian Pacific Islanders||View|
|Assessment, Evaluation, and Research||View|
|Campus Safety and Violence Prevention||View|
|Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement||View|
|Disability Knowledge Community||View|
|Fraternity and Sorority||View|
|Gender and Sexuality||View|
|Men and Masculinities||View|
|New Professionals and Graduate Students||View|
|Parent and Family Relations||View|
|Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response||View|
|Socioeconomic and Class Issues in Higher Education||View|
|Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education||View|
|Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations||View|
|Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs||View|
|Student Career Development||View|
|Student Leadership Programs||View|
|Undocumented Immigrants and Allies||View|
|Wellness and Health Promotion||View|
|Women in Student Affairs||View|
The Campus Safety and Violence Prevention KC is a forum for all higher education administrators responsible for the safety, security, and emotional needs of the campus community and institution. By encouraging member interaction through the sharing of ideas, trends, best practices, resources, and research, the CSKC fosters collaboration, awareness, and support for campus safety.
A message to the CSVP KC and NASPA members in light of the tragedy in Orlando.
The NASPA CSVP KC provides a public policy update to members periodically! Here is March 25-April 5's public policy update.
Seeking Nominations for Chair or Co-Chair Position(s)
Join us this fall to discover best practices and innovative programs for parents and family members!
Starting a new job is an exciting challenge. You want to make a good impression, but you still need to learn the ropes of your role and institution. The first 90 days in any new job are a critical time to establish yourself as the professional you want to be and to start making your mark in your new position.
The inaugural year for the Parent and Family Relations KC awards, nominate a worthy colleague or yourself.
Each month WISA will showcase individuals on the WISA Leadership Team to allow members to get to know the women in executive positions in both a personal and professional capacity. This spotlight will focus on Dr. Sherry Early, the Research & Scholarship Co-Chair. Dr. Early works full time as an Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies at Marshall University – South Charleston Graduate Campus.
Due to the ever-changing complexities of our global climate and our current campuses, it is essential to consider sustainability as a subject that addresses multiple interconnected human issues such as racial injustice, gender equality, distribution of wealth, integrity, food security, holistic wellness, and community service.