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12/1. Inviting and Inspiring Men to Learn
Dr. Jason Laker
Discuss male gender identity issues and capacity building pedagogical and support strategies for successful outcomes for all students.

12/2. Title IX and Social Media
Heather Cowan
Focus on on how to use social media content as evidence in Title IX investigations regarding complaints and allegations of sexual harassment.

12/3. Collegiate Homeless, the Hidden Population
Quint Geis
Examine invisible nature of homelessness, and speak to what considerations are important for positive change.

12/8. Forecasting Our Future: Student Connections via Social Media
Dr. Josie Ahlquist & Jason L. Meriwether
Address how to not only be a social media strategist with current tools, but a social forecaster for future impact.

1/26. Overcoming Ageism & Sexism in Student Affairs
Eboni Turnbow & Sharee L. Myricks Williamson
Provide action strategies for female new professionals to overcome barriers of gendered ageism, and best practices for enhancing career development.

1/28. Working with Veterans
David Vacchi
Give the participant the basic skills necessary to be confident in working with veterans on campus and in the classroom.

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

 • Diversity and Inclusion
 • LGBTQ Students
 • Sexual Consent
 • School Pride
 • Title IX Interviewing
 • Development Theory
 • Alcohol & GLO Culture
 • Sexual Misconduct
 • Student Leadership
 • Autism/Aspergers Issues
 • Motivational Interviewing
 • Peer Mentoring & Autism
 • Hazing & Legal Precedent
 • LGBT Strategies
 • Binge Drinking
 • Budget Basics
 • Helping with Addiction
 • Problems with Consent
 • Data Collection
 • Engagement & Retention

2015 Virtual Case Study Competition

We received 29 team submissions from 20 separate schools for our 14th Annual VCS. The competition is open to Masters level students in student personnel administration, counseling or higher education administration graduate programs. Team members from the top finishers won cash prizes. Read more...

 •  1st PLACE: Western Illinois University
 •  2nd PLACE: Shepherd University
 •  3rd PLACE: Western Carolina University

Journal of Technology
in Student Affairs

Kristin Muller is our award winner for the best student paper competition this year. In Electronic Portfolios in Student Affairs, she suggests that the use of electronic portfolios guided by self-regulated learning theory can be used to enhance student learning in the co-curriculum.

Eric Snyder and Kristina M. Navarro study the impact of the use of social media on academic and co-curricular engagement of student-athletes in Social Media, Academics, and Co-Curricular Activities: A Qualitative Examination of the Impact of Social Media on Division I Student-Athlete Engagement.

In Connecting a Global Student Community Using Social Media, Nick Jensen and Caroline Osse look at how a division of student affairs uses social media to engage and interact with students in their space and on their time.