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Managing Our Anxiety About Student Anxiety
Thursday, February 23rd at 1pm | Facilitator: Dr. Lee Burdette Williams & Dr. Kathryn Dingman Boger
Creating a Successful and More Efficient Leadership Selection Process
Tuesday, February 28th 1pm | Facilitator: Dr. Charles Hueber
Bystander Intervention for Hate/Bias Incidents
Tuesday, March 7th at 1pm | Facilitator: Heather Cowan
Decisions Matter: Using the Decision-Making Framework to Improve Contemporary Student Affairs Practice
Wednesday March 8th at 1pm | Facilitator: Aaron Hughey
Title IX and LGBTQI students
Thursday, March 9th at 1pm | Facilitator: Heather Cowan
Engagement & Employability: Connecting Career Outcomes to Cocurricular Experiences
Tuesday, March 28th at 1pm | Facilitator: Dr. Adam Peck
Taking Your Program Board to a New Level
Thursday, March 30th at 1pm | Facilitator: Dr. Charles Hueber
Accommodating Pregnant and Lactating Students
Thursday, April 20th at 1pm | Facilitator: Heather Cowan
Starting a Cocurricular Mapping Program as a Summer Project
Tuesday, May 3rd at 1pm | Facilitator: Dr. Adam Peck


Registration is now closed for the 16th Annual Virtual Case Study Competition for Masters level students in student personnel administration, counseling or higher education administration graduate programs. Case study guidelines will be emailed to participants the second week of February. Submissions are due by Friday, February 24th at 9pm EST. Competition winners will be posted by March 13th.

In celebration of's upcoming 20th anniversary, we have increased the prize money for each member of the top three teams.
1st - $200    2nd - $150    3rd - $100

Last year we received 48 submissions from 33 schools. Western Illinois University was our most prolific participant with a total of seven teams entered. Nilza Santana, Suzanne Jasmine, Bianca Lambert, and Sarah Beth Potter from Clemson University won top honors. Julie Edler, Kristen Thornton, and Beth Bodiya from Concordia University placed second. December Lange Treacy, Alyssa Anzalone, Marissa DuCharme, and Jennee Schansberg from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee earned third place.  MORE...


The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs provides a forum for the student affairs generalists on issues relating to student affairs and technology. Here are highlights from our archive of more than 40 editions...

WEBINAR REPLAYS: Our library has a huge selection available for just $98. Some of the topics include...

Fundraising   Campus Spirit   Unconscious Bias   Co-Curricular Mapping   Multicultural Capacities   Autism Spectrum   Guns on Campus   Consent   Student Employment   Booze   Hazing   Autism/Aspergers Issues   Balance & Excellence   Barnum Methodology   Budget Basics   Career Development   Career Readiness   Civility   Co-Curricular Learning   Code of Conduct   Data Collection   Development Theory   Diversity & Inclusion   Engagement / Retention   Homelessness   Inspiring Men to Learn   Marijuana Laws   Motivation   Peer Mentoring/Autism   Race & Privilege   Sexual Misconduct   Student Leadership   Student Leader Pay   Survivor Advocacy   Title IX & LGBTQI   Title IX Interviewing   Title IX & Social Media  

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