The following are the goals for the Region VI Newsletter this year (2016-2017):
- Measure and then continually improve engagement with our readership
- Share new knowledge in a relaxed format that allows for reflection and sound practitioner research
- Disseminate regional reflections and scholarship surrounding ways in which we can dialogue and act on a global scale with social justice and inclusion in mind.
- Encourage participation from all major subregions and as many KCs as possible innewsletter
Winter Newsletter Timeline
Call for Articles: Thursday, January 9th & January 23rd
Submission Deadline: Friday, January 27th by 5pm
Newsletter Distribution: February 2017
Please email your submission in unformatted (e.g. no bolds, no underlines), in a Microsoft Word file to [email protected].
If you include any pictures, please save them to a high resolution files in JPEG format (also include caption).
Please include your contact information (name, institution, and email).
Be advised, that submissions may be edited for grammar and for structural reasons without final and formal review of the contributor.
Content with questionable facts, figures, or assumptions, may result in an email for clarification and if no response within a reasonable amount of time, the submission will not be published.
Remember it's NEVER too early to contribute to the Region VI Newsletter!
Please email the Newsletter Editor at: [email protected]
In need of some inspiration? The following is a list of topics from past Region VI Newsletters:
- “Save the Date” for upcoming events (include proposal & registration deadlines, cost, and primary contact information)
- Knowledge Communities, Regional Representatives, & Sub-Committees post conference summaries/updates (100 words or so)
- National Conference Presenters: Please provide a 150-200 word précis on your session so that those who could not attend can still benefit from your hard work.
- Upcoming volunteer opportunities
- Mentorship programs/experiences (Candid conversations, Meal with a mentor)
- Insight from undergraduate/graduate students
- Research & assessment
- Leadership & diversity
- Student Involvement, Engagement, & Development programs & services
- Pressing issues facing student affairs professionals & how you are confronting those issues
- Transitions: Are there any new faces on your campus or seasoned ones who have new positions? Any valued colleagues who have left or retired?