Apply for the 2018-2020 NPGS Leadership Team!
We are seeking new professionals and graduate students (both master's and doctoral) to apply for leadership opportunities on the 2018-2020 New Professionals and Graduate Student Knowledge Community (NPGS KC) Leadership Team! Specifically, we would like to help you #MakeYourMark in the NPGS KC in 2018-2020!
Disability Knowledge Community - Elections Nominations Committee Information
We are soliciting nominations of members to serve as the next Chair, or Co-chairs, for NASPA’s Disability Knowledge Community. The KC Chair is elected for a three-year term: one year (March, 2018-March 2019) as KC Chair-/Co-chair-elect and two years (March 2019-March 2021) as KC Chair/Co-chairs.
Who Counts as a Veteran?
Not all veterans fit on the small pedestal reserved for white, straight, ability-privileged, cisgender men with U.S. citizenship. Evan describes how we can make veteran support more inclusive by recognizing the international diversity within the student veteran population.
Five things early-career professionals can do as they transition to an SCU
Thank You For Being a Mentor
Dr. Jennifer Miles, Ed.D., explores the importance of mentorship in student affairs
Southern Baptist Church Planter turned World Religion Professor: Finding Faithfulness in New Calling
PhD Student, Higher Education Leadership and Studies, Baylor University
Adjunct Professor, Religious Studies and Philosophy, College of DuPage
Co-Founder, Neighborly Faith: Evangelicals for Interreligious Engagement
Kevin Singer is a PhD student in the area of higher education studies and leadership at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where his research interests center around religious diversity. Before coming to Baylor, he earned an M.A. in theological studies from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and an M.A. in systematic theology from Wheaton College, where he specialized in the theological comparison of Christianity and Hinduism and helped launch an interfaith group. In addition to his studies, Kevin has been teaching comparative religion at two community colleges since 2012, and is the co-founder of Neighborly Faith, an initiative that aims to draw more Evangelical Christians to the interfaith table.