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October is finally here! For many of us, this means the weather is getting colder, the leaves are changing, and it’s time to get out the hot drinks and watch as many scary movies as possible. For me, October always means a whole month in celebration of my little brother, Zachary.
Greetings from your new Region IV-West Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Knowledge community representative! As the Director of Clubs, Organizations, and Leadership at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, I have always seen myself primarily as a leadership educator.
It is officially fall y’all! And as the leaves turn colors and the season’s shift I catch myself reflecting on how grateful I am for the individuals within my life. Many of those individuals are individuals I can both call colleagues and friends that I have had the opportunity to connect with via organizations like NASPA.
Hello everyone! Can you believe it’s already October? I know many of us had a very busy August and September, it’s only right that we take some time to slow down this October to celebrate our profession. October is Careers in Student Affairs Month (CSAM), where we take time to celebrate the career of student affairs, provide education and awareness in the profession, and engage with professional associations and peers in the field.
This is it—the NASPA Blog to end all NASPA Blogs. It holds high drama, intrigue, mystery, suspense, rising drama, an inspirational message, and ends with a slow clap of approval for all that is going on in the Region. The only thing missing is explosions, and when Michael Bay gets a hold of this blog, detonations will be added in the film version.
Have you seen those shirts or mugs that say things like, "I'm a nurse, what's your superpower?" Or have you seen the images like the ones attached below, used with preschool children to have them pick out which one is their superpower?