Introducing the Culture of Respect Collective, Cohort 3
Culture of Respect is proud to welcome the third cohort in the Collective program. This cohort of 36 diverse institutions from across North America will build on what’s working, embrace what’s new, and navigate the changing tides of what’s next in the work to end campus sexual violence.
Research & Policy Institute Guide to #NASPA19
Join members of NASPA’s Research and Policy Institute (RPI) at #NASPA19 to learn more about our work to connect research, policy, and effective student affairs practice in support of student success and the strategic priorities of the Association. Even if you aren’t able to join us in person in Los Angeles, you can still check out the RPI sessions that will be included as part of NASPA’s Virtual Ticket.
Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response KC Program Guide to NASPA19
In preparation for the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference, the Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response Knowledge Community (SRVPERKC) developed a program guide designed to draw attendees’ attention to programs, events, and other information of particular interest to attendees looking to engage with the topics of sexual and Relationship violence prevention, education, and response.
Where We Are in 2019: A Reflection on Two Years of the Culture of Respect Collective
The inaugural cohort of the Culture of Respect Collective started when President Trump took office in 2017 and completed their participation the month the NPRM comment period closed, in January, 2019. The assistant director of Culture of Respect reflects on the challenges they faced in a shifting social and political environment.
Learn, Engage, and Represent: Preparing for the National Student Affairs Day of Action on March 12!
Collectively, student affairs professionals represent thousands of voices; working together we can make a powerful impression with policymakers on behalf of our students and our profession. Engaging with our representative democracy is essential to maintaining the health and function of our nation’s government, which is why NASPA invites you to take part in the National Student Affairs Day of Action on March 12, 2019. No matter your position, title, or area of expertise, as a student affairs professional there are a myriad of ways you can – and should – engage in public policy conversations for the benefit of you, your students, and your institution. Won’t you join #SAadvocates around the country on #NSADA19 to share your expertise and insight with policymakers?
Campus Safety and Violence Prevention Knowledge Community Program Guide to NASPA19
Each year for the NASPA Annual Conference, the Campus Safety and Violence Prevention Knowledge Community (CSVPKC) develops a program guide designed to draw attendees’ attention to programs, events, and other information of particular interest to attendees looking to engage with the campus safety and violence prevention related-content.