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Coffee with Kevin

Supporting the Profession VP for Student Affairs
January 14, 2020   |  4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Kevin Kruger NASPA

Please note: Times are in Eastern.

NASPA has launched a new online offering exclusively for vice presidents for student affairs. Coffee with Kevin provides NASPA member VPSAs with the opportunity to engage in a virtual environment with Kevin and his invited guests in informal but focused discussion on topics of importance to institutional leaders. Participation is limited to vice presidents for student affairs and there is no fee to participate. Pour yourself a cup of your favorite workday beverage and join Kevin for a lively discussion about pressing and emerging issues in student affairs and higher education.

Cost
FREE
Course Length
60 minutes
Course Type
Live Briefing

Upcoming Sessions

Original Air DateTopic

January 14, 2020

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET

What Do We Need to Know about Students Today and Tomorrow?

The characteristics of college students have and continue to rapidly change. Our institutions have the responsibility to meet the educational and developmental needs of this evolving population of learners. During this episode of Coffee with Kevin, NASPA President Kevin Kruger will be joined by Louis Soares, chief learning and innovation officer for American Council on Education, for a lively discussion about ACE’s important work in the areas of post-traditional learners and race and ethnicity in higher education. Recommended advance reading includes ACE’s Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report and Post-traditional Learners and the Transformation of Postsecondary Education: A Manifesto for College Leaders.

See below for recording.

View Recording: What Do We Need to Know about Students Today and Tomorrow?