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The New Professional and Graduate Student Knowledge Community (NPGS KC) for Region IV-East starts a brief blog series, which allows members to reflect on their time in New Orleans at #NASPA15. This week, NPGS KC IV-E member Natasia Bongcas at University of Illinois at Chicago shares her thoughts and reflections regarding the Annual Conference.
New Professionals Institute Participant Reflection
Graduate students from the Region IV-West Family will be spotlighted!
The Socioeconomic & Class Issues in Higher Education Knowledge Community (SCIHEKC) is featuring a “Social Class Scholar” on our blog each month in the 2014-2015 academic year, highlighting faculty and practitioners who are engaged in dismantling inequities in higher education.