Lend your voice to something bigger than yourself
The 2018 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting (CLDE18), being held June 6-9, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County, in Anaheim, California, offers an opportunity for student affairs professionals, faculty, community partners, and students, to participate in discourse around the fundamentals of democracy and gain inspiration from our featured speakers to take back to your campus community. #CLDE18 will rejuvenate your passion for activating your students to be the change they want to see in the world.
Engaging Students in the Topic That Must-Not-Be-Named
Apparently, the Chatham community is not alone in its hesitancy to talk about this topic. According to a 2014 Pew Research Study entitled “Religion in Everyday Life,” about half of American adults seldom (33%) or never (16%) talk about their religion. Four out of ten respondents say that they do not even talk about religion with members of their immediate family.
2017-2018 NASPA CCD Director’s Welcome
Incoming CCD Director, Dr. Kimberly Lowry, shares a warm welcome.
NCC Online: Mental Health & Diminishing Resources
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.
Academic and Student Affairs Collaboration
2016 Region II Community College Professional of the Year, Dr. Bernard Polnariev, has published a book on collaborations between Academics and Student Affairs.
Come Talk About It
Lynette Cook-Francis, co-chair and faculty for the Region II Mid-Manager's Institute, discusses utilizing Intergroup Dialogue in order to facilitate discussions following the 2016 elections.