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We will be posting our new lineup of webinars soon. In the meantime, please check out our large selection of archived sessions covering topics including...

 • Marijuana Laws
 • Survivor Advocacy
 • Staying Positive/Motivated
 • Title IX & LGBTQI
 • Engaging Introverts
 • Student Code of Conduct
 • Collegiate Homelessness
 • Title IX & Social Media
 • Inspiring Men to Learn
 • Diversity and Inclusion
 • LGBTQ Students
 • Sexual Consent
 • School Pride
 • Title IX Interviewing
 • Development Theory
 • Alcohol & GLO Culture
 • Sexual Misconduct
 • Conversation on Civility

 • Student Leader Pay
 • Student Leadership
 • Career Development
 • Competency Mapping
 • Autism/Aspergers Issues
 • Peer Mentoring & Autism
 • Hazing & Legal Precedent
 • LGBT Strategies
 • Binge Drinking
 • Budget Basics
 • Helping with Addiction
 • Problems with Consent
 • Data Collection
 • Engagement & Retention
 • Ageism & Sexism
 • Working with Veterans
 • The Barnum Methodology
 • Race and Privilege

2016 Job Hunt Blog

For the past ten years has recruited graduate students to write a weekly Student Affairs Job Hunt blog. This year we will be selecting one or two graduate students share their experiences. Participation is open to all graduate students. Find out more...

2016 VCS Competition

A team from Clemson University won top prize in our 15th Annual Virtual Case Study Competition. Concordia University placed second and the University of Wisonsin-Milwaukee earned third. Participants were asked to created a presentation for how a college can be a more welcoming environment for transgender students. Members from the top finishers won cash prizes. The competition is open to Masters level students in student personnel administration, counseling or higher education administration graduate programs. Read more...

Journal of Technology

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.