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Region V COVID19 Confidential

Virtual Engagement Events

Presented By

Region V

About

The Region V Advisory Board is pleased to host the COVID Confidential webinar series for student affairs professionals in the Pacific Northwest. For more information about a session, please contact the co-host. Do you have an idea for a topic or session that would be of interest to members?  Please contact Danielle Kleist at Danielle.kleist@wsu.edu

SSAO Sessions

September 21 - 12 pm PST
October 7 - 3:00 pm PST
October 19 - 12:00 pm PST
November 4 - 3:00 pm PST
November 16 - 12:00 pm PST
December 2 - 3:00 pm PST
December 14 - 12:00 pm PST

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing.  Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing. Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing. Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing. Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing. Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing. Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

In the spirit of the Region V SSAO summer retreat, join colleagues to connect, rejuvenate, discuss emerging issues, or just check-in to see how everyone is doing. Registration is not required but appreciated, especially if you are planning on joining later in the session.

Register for this session here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Royce-Davis - roycedjc@plu.edu

Community College Sessions

Community College Sessions
November 4 - 2:00 pm PST

 

Join us at the regional Town Hall for Community Colleges: Problem Solving with Others, You Are Not Alone.

As community college leaders, dozens of questions and issues have arisen due to COVID-19. We have been forced to review policies, procedures, and how to still meet our objectives and goals through a more virtual environment. In this session, we are hosting a Town Hall to share best practices with each other as we move through these unprecedented times at our institutions, in our communities, and in higher education. This time will be dedicated to your questions and areas of concern to hear what your fellow peers are doing to address similar issues. The questions are endless, and we invite you to submit questions to b.ivelisse@bellevuecollege.edu to get the conversation going.

Register for the session here.

Mid-Level Professionals Sessions

October 13 - 11:00 am PST

Equity Based Supervision During COVID

Supervision is a complex part of many student affairs practitioners’ job duties and supervision during a pandemic creates even more complexity. The pandemic, along with protests due to continued state sanctioned violence, has continued to illuminate inequitable systems within society and in our profession. In this conversational session, three practitioners discuss tangible ways to employ equity as a framework in supervision through the pandemic and afterward.

Abby Chien (she/hers), Central Washington University

Shawnté Elbert, EdD (she/hers), Central Washington University

Matthew Jeffries, PhD (he/his), Washington State University

 

Register for this session here.

KC Session

October 2 - 2:30 pm PST
November 6 - 2:30 pm PST
January 8 - 2:30 pm PST

The goal of this conversation is to engage black men in student affairs in strategies for including the thinking and perspective of black men in political and social change initiatives on campus.

Register for this session here.

AAKC & MMKC present "Black male perspectives on environmental justice in higher education"

Register for this session here.

MMKC presents "Reimagining black masculinities"

Register for this session here.

SA Parents

October 30 - 1 pm PST

Finding Success as a SA Parent During COVID

Join us for a community conversation with other parents working in Student Affairs and surviving the complexities that COVID challenges us with. Discuss healthy coping skills, learn working parent hacks, and laugh and/or commiserate together. Help us understand how NASPA Region V can continue to support you as work and parent through this health crisis.
 
Kathryn Kay Coquemont, Ph.D. (she/her) – Salt Lake Community College
Amber Long, M.Ed.  (She/her/hers) – University of Colorado Denver

Register for this session here.