Welcome to the NASPA Fraternity and Sorority Knowledge Community (FSKC). The purpose of our KC is to understand the impact fraternal organizations have on campus and educate NASPA professionals on issues, trends and best practices that help the organizations contribute to the missions of their universities. With more than 1400 members, the FSKC has the opportunity to have a significant impact on our campuses and within NASPA. We welcome your involvement.
We are seeking new professionals and graduate students (both master's and doctoral) to apply for leadership opportunities on the 2018-2020 New Professionals and Graduate Student Knowledge Community (NPGS KC) Leadership Team! Specifically, we would like to help you #MakeYourMark in the NPGS KC in 2018-2020!
We are soliciting nominations of members to serve as the next Chair, or Co-chairs, for NASPA’s Disability Knowledge Community. The KC Chair is elected for a three-year term: one year (March, 2018-March 2019) as KC Chair-/Co-chair-elect and two years (March 2019-March 2021) as KC Chair/Co-chairs.
Dr. Jennifer Miles, Ed.D., explores the importance of mentorship in student affairs
These six questions can help your campus think beyond federal compliance and focus on a strategy for mobilizing to effectively and proactively address sexual violence on campus.
If you have ever been in a committed partnership, you probably have come to realized that mutual respect, trust, and communication tend to be major “keys” to a successful relationship. And like many aspects of our lives, these “keys” transcend both our personal and professional lives. For me, in my professional role as the Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life at the University of South Dakota, these lessons have been utilized in a variety of ways to build essential partnerships with the constituents I serve. But too often, when we (I) hear the word constituents, we tend to forget about our off-campus partners with the community; until of course, they come knocking at our door at 2am-sometimes literally. Particularly if we are not native to the town, city or community we have been placed; and those community partners are not in our network of professional “friends” yet.