NASPA Region IV-West is one of the most diverse and expansive regions in all of NASPA. We pride ourselves in our multifaceted voices and welcoming culture. We focus primarily on our members leading the organization and the development of our members. Be a part of what makes IV-W special!
Great updates on what your NASPA Foundation is doing for our NASPA IV-W Family.
On behalf of the Critical Conversations Diversity Committee and North Dakota Sate University, we want to encourage you to attend the conference in Fargo on April 10-12, 2017. Come and hear the stories of our incredible speakers while having ample opportunity to share your own.
This installment of NCC Online focuses on the current state of mental health services at community colleges and explores strategies for supporting students with student affairs and health education practitioners. As open access institutions, community colleges must be able to serve a wide range of students and provide support for their success, both academically and personally. Join us as we discuss strategies to do so, even amid budget cuts and uncertain funding.
The Professional Standards Division has been busy and is excited to provide our IV-W family with the following updates/information from our area.
When I first joined NASPA as a graduate student, I remember being overwhelmed by the number of Knowledge Community opportunities available, while at the same time being excited to soak up what each group had to offer. I immediately jumped to areas of focus I felt I was in need of growth in, but at the time was unsure as to what the Men and Masculinity Knowledge Community could offer. That changed as a new professional.
I hope the start of your semester and new year has been a good one. While I truly hope that is the case, I also assume that you are as shocked and unsure of things happening across our institutions, states, country, society, and world as I am.