2018 NASPA TKC Student Affairs Emerging Practice Award

March 1, 2018

2018 NASPA TKC Student Affairs Emerging Practice Award

The Emerging Practice Award was created in 2015 to recognize NASPA members who are leveraging technology to make real differences within their institutions, as well as highlighting strategies, programs and techniques that  can contribute to greater development and support of technological advancement in the profession. This year, we are very proud to award the 2018 TKC Student Affairs Emerging Practice award to Brett Bruner!

Brett Bruner currently works at Fort Hayes State University as the Director of Transition and Student Conduct. The ACCESS to Success - Student Success Plan (ACCESS Plan) at Fort Hays State University has been in existence since Fall 2012 in response to a Kansas state mandate that requires every student who is admitted as an exception to the minimum admissions standards prescribed by the state to adopt an individual plan for success. The ACCESS Plan has been successful in supporting and engaging all new, incoming, first-year students in a creative and cost-effective way.

Congratulations again to Brett Bruner for his hard work on the development of this student success initiative, and for contributing to the TKC’s mission of furthering the development and use of technology within the student affairs field.

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