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When the rate of enrollment increased rapidly, colleges and universities across the United States had to bifurcate as Academic Affairs and Student Affairs in order to manage everyday operations of the college campuses. In that process, both branches were given the responsibility to be a prime factor in the student development process – “Academic affairs attending to intellectual development, and Student Affairs focusing on social and emotional development” (Arcelus, n.d.).
May was Mental Health Awareness Month, and Kristen Abell reflects on what it means to have mental illness as a professional in higher education. What are you doing to support those with mental illness on your campus and educate about mental illness?
On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, the Washington State Educational Access Coalition for HB 1079 Students, comprised of 5 higher education institutions, is hosting a one day summit entitled--Undocumented Summit: A Call to Action, at the University of Washington, Seattle campus.
We all know colleagues and students who are doing phenomenal work on our campuses. We invite you to continue the long tradition of celebrating excellence in our field by nominating outstanding individuals who have made an impact on you, others, your campus, higher education, and/or our profession.
Summer has arrived. And I am sure if you ask many of our family members who still struggle to fully understand what we do, we don't even work during the summer. But in all seriousness, while the summer is often filled with major budget tasks, policy updates, orientation sessions, prep for the upcoming fall, strategic planning, evaluations, and the like, we each can hopefully find some time to rejuvenate.
We have less than 30 days to meet our NASPA IV-W goals for the NASPA Foundation.