Updates from Professional Standards Division

Vince Loffredo, NASPA IV-W Professional Standards Coordinator

February 28, 2017

Small Colleges & Universities Advisory Group is looking for a couple of new faces!

The Region IV-W SCU advisory group is seeking new members representing the states of Missouri and Kansas. This group assists the IV-W SCU liaison in advocating for issues related to Small Colleges and University, cultivates professional development programs for SCU membership at region conferences and events, and provides feedback to the IV-W Board and SCU Liaison to be communicated at the national level.  The group will meet via conference call on a quarterly basis with additional calls to plan region activities as needed.  Anyone interested in becoming more involved in Region IV-W, who works at an SCU is eligible. Please contact [email protected] of more information.

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