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Happy Hearts Day, Region IV-W! No matter your relationship status, you’ve got a family in our region, and I’m here to share the love. In the coming days, we will hear who will be the next Regional Director-Elect.
Intrigued by the line “access without support is not opportunity” (Tinto, 2008), I began reading articles on the student transition from high school to college. What does support look like during the college transition? How, as student affairs professionals, can we relate the college transition to the transition to the professional world?
This time of year, I often reflect a bit on my life and think about where I am and how I got here. Being a math person, I see my career as a bit of a “random walk”. While my work has always been in higher education, my story is probably a bit different from many of you because I am not a “career” Student Affairs professional.
Arkansas Tech University, with support from NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education - Region IV-West and the Arkansas Student Affairs Association, will host the Every Student Counts Drive-In Conference on Friday, April 12 at the ATU campus in Russellville, Arkansas.
As of late, I have been doing a lot of personal reflection around the idea of “locus of control” – or the personal belief that I have control over the outcomes of the events in my everyday life. And in particular, I have been fretting over my locus of control in the work place.
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