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2019 Region II Careers in Student Affairs Conference

Regional Drive-in/Small Conference Supporting the Profession Region II NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) New Professionals and Graduate Students Graduate New Professional Undergraduate

The NASPA Region II Careers in Student Affairs Conference (CSAC) Committee invites you to join us at Teachers College of Columbia University and Temple University on Friday, October 25, 2019 to learn, to network, and to be inspired.

Presented By

Region 2

Registration

Registration

Early Bird
09/24/2019 to 10/04/2019
Regular
10/05/2019 to 10/25/2019
Late
after 10/25/2019

Professional 
$55 $60 $65

Student
$45 $50 $50

Teachers College, Columbia University

Teachers College, Columbia University
New York, NY

Travel and Parking

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/dirp/hotel--travel/

 

Topics

Session One Topics

  • Is your Career in Academic Advising at a Community College Right for You?
  • Aligning your Values and Finding Your Fit
  • Building your Personal Brand and Career Through Strategic Campus Partnerships
  • Challenging the “Safe Space” Narrative: How New Professionals Can Turn a Figure of Speech into an Act of Change
  • Maximizing the Graduate Assistant Experience: Perspectives from Graduate Students and their Supervisors
  • Coloring Student Affairs: Professionals of Color Navigate Higher Education Landscape
Session Two Topics
  • Overlooked and Underutilized: How to Harness the Power of Introvert
  • Planning for the Next Five Years: Preparing Yourself for the Move into a Mid-Manager Role
  • Managing and Maintaining Life While Earning a Doctorate: What They Don’t Tell You
  • Professional Development 101! Creating a Plan for Yourself
Session Three Topics
  • Latinas Navegando Higher Ed
  • The Hidden Curriculum for Graduate Students and New Professionals
  • Your Destiny is Greater Than Your Dilemma: Why Your WHY Matters
  • Powering Your Path to Student Affairs
  • “We Don’t Have RA’s!” – Alternative and Non-Traditional Reslife Structures. Could You Work at One?
  • Moving Up in Higher Education: Challenging the Linear Path
Schedule

Schedule
Below is a tentative schedule for the day. A more detailed schedule will be emailed to all attendees the week of the conference.

Time

Event

Location 

8:30AM - 9:00AM

Registration & Breakfast

Everett Lounge

9:00AM - 10:15AM

Morning Welcome & Keynote

Everett Lounge

10:30AM - 11:15AM

Education Breakout #1

136 Thompson, 229 Thompson, Macy 263, GDH 449, GDH 457

11:30AM - 12:15PM

Education Breakout #2

136 Thompson, 229 Thompson, Macy 263, GDH 449, GDH 457

12:15PM - 1:15PM

Lunch

Everett Lounge

1:15PM - 2:00PM

Afternoon Keynote

Everett Lounge

2:00PM - 2:45PM

Education Breakout #3

136 Thompson, 229 Thompson, Macy 263, GDH 449, GDH 457

3:00PM

Closing

Everett Lounge

Speaker

Dr. Stephanie Rowley

Provost, Dean, and Vice President of Academic Affairs

Teachers College, Columbia University

The morning welcome at Teachers College, Columbia University will be delivered by Dr. Stephanie Rowley, Provost, Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University. Dr. Rowley joined Teachers College on July 1, 2019. Prior to her arrival, Dr. Rowley served as the Associate Vice President for Reseach at the University of Michigan (U-M). She previously chaired U-M’s Department of Psychology and its Combined Program in Education and Psychology. In her own scholarship, Dr. Rowley has explored how parents’ social experiences, attitudes and beliefs influence the ways in which they socialize their children, and how that socialization process in turn affects children’s motivation in school.

Temple University

Temple University
Philadelphia, 

Travel and Parking
Most of our conference will be taking place in the Morgan Hall Complex located on the corner of Broad St. and Cecil B Moore Avenue. We encourage local schools to travel via SEPTA Transit. Temple University is conveniently located at the Cecil B Moore Stop on the SEPTA Broad St. Line and also accessible by Regional Rail. For those that are driving, you can click here to find access to parking garages and rates for visitors to campus. Additionally, there is free parking located around campus that is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

 

Topics
Session One Topics
  • Best of Both Worlds: Creating Healthy Relationships Between Institutions & Fraternity International Headquarters
  • Who Moved My Cheese: Navigating Organization Culture
  • What Will My Supervisor Expect of Me? 
Session Two Topics
  • Using Reflection as a Strategy to Narrow the Endless Possibilities in Student Affairs
  • Operations is an Option
  • Full-Time Employee Session with James Robilotta
Session Three Topics
  • Supporting Foster Care Youth in College Success
  • Make a Difference from the Start: Orientation, Transition & Retention as a Career
  • Focus on Facilitation
Schedule

Below is a tentative schedule for the day. A more detailed schedule will be emailed to all attendees the week of the conference.

Time

Event

Location 

9:00AM - 9:30AM

Registration & Breakfast

Morgan Hall D301

9:30AM - 10:00AM

Morning Welcome & Keynote

Morgan Hall D301

10:10AM - 11:00AM

Education Breakout #1

Morgan Hall Complex

11:10AM - 12:00PM

Education Breakout #2

Morgan Hall Complex

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Lunch

Howard Gittis Student Center Underground 

1:00PM - 1:50PM

Afternoon Keynote

Morgan Hall D301

2:000PM - 2:50PM

Education Breakout #3

Morgan Hall Complex

3:00PM - 4:00PM

Closing Social

TBD 

Speakers

Dr. Stephanie Ives

Associate Vice President & Dean of Students

Temple University

The morning welcome at Temple University will be delivered by Dr. Stephanie Ives, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, Temple University.  Dr. Ives earned her doctorate in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to her arrival at Temple, Dr. Ives was the Director of Strategic Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania. She has been the principal investigator on numerous federal grants (DoE and DoJ) and has twice been the head of projects awarded Model Program distinction by the U.S. Department of Education. Dr. Ives has served as a college administrator since 1994 when she began her career at the University of Arizona as a Health Educator specializing in alcohol/other drug education and sexual assault prevention.

 

James Robilotta

Author, Entrepreneur, Personal Coach, and Professional Speaker

The afternoon keynote at Temple University will be delivered by James Robilotta. James is an author, professional speaker, personal coach, and entrepreneur. James earned his Masters of Education in Higher Education Counseling from Clemson University and has worked in Student Affairs professionally before entering the speaking circuit. He is an author of Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings and speaks about the importance of authentic leadership.