2018 Region II Mid Manager’s Institute

June 25 – June 29, 2018
Daemen College, Buffalo, NY

The Mid Manager Institute for Region II is an intensive, five-day program geared for professionals with more than five years of experience ideally at the assistant director level or higher. It provides an excellent opportunity for advanced Student Affairs professionals to interact with and learn from experienced, senior administrators in the field.

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The Mid Manager Institute for Region II is an intensive, five-day program geared for professionals with more than five years of experience ideally at the assistant director level or higher. It provides an excellent opportunity for advanced Student Affairs professionals to interact with and learn from experienced, senior administrators in the field.  

The Institute provides opportunities for participants to enhance their skills in key leadership areas and further develop their ability to work effectively within the campus environment.  Example topics include: managing up and down, navigating campus politics, assessment, supervision, financial management and strategic planning. 

Participants spend five days together, with six senior administrators, immersed in studying, discussing and learning how to be the best student affairs professionals they can be.  The Institute is intended to enhance their career and professional growth opportunities, and greatly increase their value and potential contribution to their institutions. 

Participants and faculty are grouped into clusters. Sessions will be presented in a variety of formats including invited speakers, faculty presentations and panels, small group discussions and case study presentations. All sessions will be highly interactive. Large group sessions are interspersed with opportunities for the clusters to share and reflect on what they are learning. 

The students and faculty spend the entire time together from morning breakfast through evening cluster discussions. Time is allotted to personally mentor each participant and help with goal setting and career planning. 

Additional information will be coming soon, but for specific quesitons, please reach out to the co-chairs of MMI:

Lynette Cook-Francis
Vice President for Student Affairs
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
[email protected]

Greg J. Nayor, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Daemen College
[email protected]

 

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Region II

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Registration

In order to keep the quality of the Institute as high as possible, attendance is limited to 42 participants. The deadline to receive applications is Friday, March 9, 2018. You will be notified about the status of your application by Monday, April 2, 2018. The Institute is designed for mid-manager student affairs professionals with more than five years of experience in the field of student affairs ideally at the assistant director level or higher.  To apply complete the Application form and the Letter of support.


NASPA Members  $695
Non-Members  $795

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2016 Participant Testimonials

The MMI faculty went above and beyond to make us (cohort) feel comfortable!

Our faculty and Kevin were beyond amazing. Our host institution accommodations were comfortable.

Special guests were fantastic. Very much enjoyed most of the faculty as well – I appreciated all viewpoints and backgrounds.

The Faculty and guests were so engaging, knowledgeable, and inspirational! They have a wealth of experience that will stay with me for a lifetime!

The faculty were all amazing. They were approachable and personable and each offered their own unique and informative perspectives as VPs. I loved the diversity of the attendees too.

Every aspect of the institute was valuable. I appreciated the mix of presentations, sharing with our small groups, 1:1 time with our faculty and interactive activities. The topic areas were all relevant and hearing about both the content and the personal experiences of each faculty member was extremely useful.

I believe the MMI ’16 offered the opportunity to have shared perspective and reflection. It was good to have the chance to hear the experiences from upper-level individuals who have gone through it as well as the relatable conversations and support among participants. I walked away feeling supported and encourages.

MMI gave me the opportunity to connect and meet colleagues from across the region. In addition to working with amazing faculty!

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