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2/11: A New Approach to Changing Behavior: Formative Programs and Sanctions
With all of the work we put into creative/formative sanctions or programs, do you sometimes wonder if itís actually working? With this question in mind, Fairfield University expanded their formative sanctions and programs in an effort to drastically impact student behavior concerning alcohol and drug abuse.

Don't forget to check out our large archive of REPLAYS that cover a number of topics including...

 • Motivational Interviewing
 • Veterans Friendly Campus
 • Hazing on Campus
 • Athletic Attendance
 • Alcohol Education
 • LGBT issues
 • Substance use
 • Binge drinking
 • Multiracial issues
 • Success roadmaps
 • Title IX
 • Autism/Aspergers
 • Developmental theory
 • School spirit
 • Time management
 • Student retention
 • Budgeting
 • Motivating millennials
 • Commuter students
 • Inclusion activities
 • Data collection

2015 Virtual Case Study Competition announces the launch of our 14th Annual Virtual Case Study Competition for Masters level students in student personnel administration, counseling or higher education administration graduate programs. MEmbers of the top three tems will earn cash prizes.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015.

Last year we received 56 team submissions from 40 separate schools. Indiana State University with Whitney Wesley, Jenny Roxas, Alyssa Bennett, and Alexander Barko won top honors. Indiana University placed second. University of Arizona finished third.

For 'Rules & Eligibility', 'Submission Guidelines', and 'Judging Criteria', check out the VCS. Graduate Blogs is looking for one or two graduate students to write our weekly blog for the 2015 Student Affairs Job Hunt.

Interested graduate students should submit one writing sample that would be in line with what would appear on the Student Affairs Job Hunt as opposed to simply a writing sample from a course or a personal blog. Submissions are due by Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015.

There is a small stipend and the blog will be anonymous to give students more freedom in writing about their experiences. We am looking for individuals that can write interesting, fun, enlightening, edgy, eye-opening blogs. This would take someone who is not afraid to keep a blog and who is a good, creative writer. Students can get an idea of what we am looking for by reviewing our past Blogs.

Manuscript Competition

The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs, a forum for the student affairs generalists on issues relating to student affairs and technology, announces the 3rd Annual Graduate Student Manuscript Competition.

Three prizes will be awarded to graduate students (registered for a minimum of six credits for Spring 2015) in a Masters or Doctoral program in student personnel administration, higher education, counseling, educational leadership or a related program. First place wins $250.

Find out more in our ejournal section.

Conference Season Has Begun!
Our intrepid graduate student, Craig Bidiman, has produced a series of quick videos with a few tips on how to prepare for the upcoming conference season. These are the first of many more videos to come over the next few weeks.

You can check out all of Craig's videos on Youtube!

Journal of Technology
in Student Affairs

Kevin Valliere looks at the history of technology use in student affairs and advocates for technology education in our preparation programs in A Guide for Integrating Technology in Student Affairs Masterís Programs.

In Social Justice and Software, Will Barratt and Brian Zuel discuss how the selection of software and operating systems for campuses has implications for social justice.

Adam Peck writes about studentsí use of reflective judgment and critical thinking in Overcoming the Digital Dilemma: Developing and Measuring Critical Thinking Gained through Cocurricular Eperiences in a Time of Information Overload.

In Serving Distance Education Students through a Community Website, Peggy C. Holzweiss looks at how students in an on-line masterís program use a website set up for their community.