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naspa undergraduate fellows program

Laney Kurator

September 7, 2017

Dear Fellows,

Congratulations on your recent acceptance into the NASPA Undergraduate Fellow Program (NUFP). You have taken your first step to embark on a journey into higher education and student affairs. The Disability Knowledge Community (KC) is excited to have you a part of the NUFP program as you explore your interest in student affairs. My name is Laney Renee Kurator and I serve as the NUFP Liaison for the Disability Knowledge Community.

The Disability KC is NASPA’s member driven resource for information about disability issues in higher education and student affairs. The KC works to combine knowledge generated by its members to provide professionals and institutions with resources to support the challenges within higher education.

As a NUFP Alum, I encourage you to explore and research opportunities to get connected within the NASPA community and learn more about the field of student affairs. Connect with your mentor and the NUFP Board to learn more about NUFP opportunities such as NASPA conference scholarships, summer internships, and the Dungy Leadership Institute (DLI). 

Feel free to reach out to me for any support on your NUFP and higher education journey. The Disability KC is excited to have you a part of the NASPA community and the opportunity to build relationships with you. Again, congratulations and welcome to the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program.


Laney Renee Kurator
California State University, Dominguez Hills
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