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** Please read our FAQ Section for general information about our webinars including System Requirements and recommended Compatibility Check.

Inviting and Inspiring Men to Learn: Improving Effectiveness and Outcomes with Male-Identified Students
Tuesday, December 1 at 1:00 PM EST
Dr. Jason Laker
This webinar will orient participants to male gender identity issues and discuss capacity building pedagogical and support strategies for successful outcomes for all students.

Title IX and Social Media
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST
Heather Cowan
This webinar will help participants understand how to use social media content as evidence in Title IX investigations regarding complaints and allegations of sexual harassment.

Collegiate Homeless, the Hidden Population
Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST
Quint Geis
This webinar will review current literature, share some of the challenges of this student population, address the invisible nature of homelessness, and speak to what considerations are important for positive change.

Forecasting Our Future: Student Connections via Social Media
Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST
Dr. Josie Ahlquist & Jason L. Meriwether
This webinar will address how to not only be a social media strategist with current tools, but a social forecaster for future impact.

Overcoming Ageism & Sexism in Student Affairs
Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 11:00 AM EST
Eboni Turnbow & Sharee L. Myricks Williamson
This webinar will provide action strategies for female new professionals to overcome barriers of gendered ageism, and best practices for enhancing career development.

Working with Veterans in the Classroom and on Campus
Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 1:00 PM EST
David Vacchi
This webinar will give the participant the basic skills necessary to be confident in working with veterans in and out of the classroom.


Motivational Interviewing: A model for behavioral change
Antonia Montoya
This webinar will cover the basics of Motivational Interviewing (MI), an evidence-based method of helping people change their behavior. Explore autonomy, effective communication, motivation, self-efficacy, and readiness for change.

Restorative Approach to Diversity and Inclusion
Amanda L. McLittle & Mallory Martin-Ferguson
In this webinar participants will learn about the concepts of Restorative Justice and how they can relate to Diversity and Inclusion work and will hear examples of situations at the University of Michigan where this approach was used.

Exploring the Needs of LGBTQ Students: Concepts and Considerations
Dr. Matthew Shupp
This webinar will explore some of the needs facing our LGBTQ students and address important skills needed to create a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for all students.

Unpacking Sexual Consent: Engaging Legal, Policy and Identity Complications
Dr. Jason Laker and Dr. Erica Misako Boas
This webinar will cover a groundbreaking qualitative study about how college students navigate their amorous and sexual beliefs and experiences. Findings demonstrate that implicit assumptions underlying laws, policies and programs do not match lived experiences when it comes to consent.

Adapting School Pride for the Preferences of a New Generation
Dr. Adam Peck
This webinar will provide the framework for participants to work on a plan for developing school spirit on their campuses, secure buy-in from key stakeholders and update the student affairs experience for a new generation.

Title IX Investigations: Interviewing Hints, Tips and Techniques
Heather Cowan
This webinar will cover interviewing techniques and include tips on determining credibility and how to apply that to the allegations and investigation.

Introduction to Using Developmental Theory in Student Affairs Practice
Dr. Tracy Davis
This webinar will offer an overview of theories commonly used in professional preparation programs, with a particular focus on navigating practice. This session is also updated to include some of the pitfalls related to using theory in practice.

Risk vs Reward: Alcohol, Intimacy & Greek Letter Organizations
Jason Meriwether & Danielle M. Pettigrew
This webinar will examine preventative measures as supported by legal precedent and best practices in education regarding sexual assault and Title IX requirements.

Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Investigations: An Introduction
Heather Cowan
This webinar is an introductory course for those new to Title IX requirements and investigations or are struggling with how to conduct a Title IX compliant investigation.

Tools for Supervision II: Supervising Early-Career Professionals
Dr. Jason Laker
This webinar will focus on the unique elements of supervising early-career professionals, and how to do it well.

Navigating the Student Side of Title IX at a Small School
Charles Hueber
This webinar will explore several strategies that a smaller school can implement to maintain compliance and build a solid Title IX process.

Supervising Student Employees and Student Volunteers Effectively
Charles Hueber
This webinar will discuss strategies to manage today's students in an on campus environment from a work-study and/or volunteer position.

Project CEO: Building Career Competencies into Student Leadership Programs
Dr. Adam Peck
This webinar will provide evidence of student learning outside of the classroom and help participants learn to tell their own student learning story to others.

Conduct and Students on the Autism Spectrum
Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown
This webinar will address how to best work with students on the spectrum who may present these challenges. Issues for classrooms, residence halls and students organizations will be discussed as well as dealing with parents.

Students with Autism/Aspergers: Information for Student Affairs Professionals
Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown
This webinar will address student affairs departments and how to best work with students on the spectrum including issues for individual departments and how to deal with parents.

Student Activities Programming by the Numbers
Charles Hueber
This webinar will examine how we measure success in terms of student activities (social programming) and look at methods to help programmers set goals and standards in terms of programming that aligns with their school.

Race and Privilege: Communicating for Understanding and Compassion
Antonia Montoya
This webinar will examine systems of privilege and become more aware of your own privilege. You will learn skills for communicating about race and privilege, recognize and overcome your barriers to communication about these topics.

Helping Students with Addictions: Your Role as a Student Affairs Professional
Dr. Aaron Hughey
This webinar is designed for anyone who deals with students suffering, or potentially suffering, from addictions.

Assessment: Going from Good to Great
Dr. Adam Peck
This webinar will empower student affairs professionals with easy to understand techniques for conducting valid assessment of student learning and program effectiveness.

Students with Autism/Aspergers in the Residence Halls
Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown
This webinar will cover general issues of students on the autism spectrum and teach participants how to assist those students as they integrate into the residence hall.

Stop Making Bad Flyers!
Dr. Charles Hueber
This webinar will cover good design techniques and best practices for creating flyers as well as discuss common programs used and the marketing challenges faced in today's digital generation.

Training Peer Mentors to Work with Students with Autism
Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown
This webinar will discuss Peer Mentor training for your campus as well cover other issues like establishing boundaries and appropriate relationships.

Advanced Supervision Strategies
Thomas C. Segar & Debra Y. Griffith
This webinar will guide participants in understanding and using their supervisory influence to enhance staff performance and accountability.

Demonstrating the Impact of Cocurricular Experiences on Career Readiness
Dr. Adam Peck
This webinar will discuss how to create and measure the connection between participation in cocurricular experiences and the development of skills that employers value most.

Student Hunger on Campus: An Emerging Crisis
Clare Cody
This webinar will review the current literature and trends regarding food insecurity on college campuses and provide an overview of responses that campuses have been making to alleviate student hunger.

Counseling Basics for Student Affairs Professionals
Dr. Aaron Hughey
This webinar will to give participants a greater appreciation for the complementary nature of the student affairs and counseling professions.

Advising Programming Advisors
Jason L. Meriwether & Eboni Turnbow
This webinar will provide insight on how to establish a student driven programming structure, engage students with SMART goals to effectively asses their growth, and pull programming pressure away from the advisor.

Managing Organizational Conflict in the Workplace
Dr. Jason Laker
This webinar will focus on the challenges and opportunities associated with conflict in the workplace, whether between colleagues or supervisor/staff.

Universal design: Making your program accessible to all students
Dr. Rebecca Cory
This webinar will discuss universal design as is pertains to students with disabilities as well as students of color, first generation students, international students and other non-traditional students.

Student Care Teams: Concepts and Considerations
Dr. Matthew Shupp
This webinar will provide a brief overview of student care teams as well as action steps participants' can use on their home institutions to assess and establish care teams of their own.

Organizing Time, Tasks and Teams
Dr. Jason Laker
This webinar will help you to develop effective approaches to moving the mounds of papers and messages inundating you and review a no-nonsense method called the "RAFT" (Reply, Act, File, Trash) Principle.

A New Approach to Changing Behavior: Formative Programs and Sanctions
Karen Donoghue and Tyler McClain
This webinar will discuss Fairfield University's creations of two formative programs (Stag Explores and Stag Smart) and two new sanctioned programs (Strengths Quest and Restorative Mentoring).

The Problems with Consent: Engaging Gaps between Laws, Policies, and Students' Lived Experiences
Dr. Jason Laker and Dr. Erica Misako Boas
This webinar will cover the research and implications for untangling the issues and supporting students' development and agency.

Implementing a "Veterans Friendly" Campus Climate
Sarah E. Minnis
This webinar will review some of the most important programmatic steps an institution can implement to build a "veteran friendly" campus climate.

Using Legal Precedent to Combat Hazing Culture
Jason L. Meriwether
This webinar will provide your campus community and your leadership team with legally sound practices that protect students and the university, while engaging in discussions about the impact of hazing abuse against victims under the mask of "tradition."

Building a culture of pride and tradition at a two-year college
Dr. Charles Hueber
This webinar will discuss strategies for addressing the most common mistakes two-year schools make and how an institution can begin to build a since of institutional pride.

Boosting Athletic Attendance (without resorting to bribes)
Dr. Adam Peck
This webinar will provide strategies for building authentic interest in athletics that can weather the storm of a losing season.

Student Inclusion in Interactive Alcohol Education Initiatives
Jason L. Meriwether
This webinar will outline educative initiatives that reduced recidivism rates of alcohol cases between 10% and 73% on various campuses, and offer detailed strategies to implement at your university.

Tools for Supervision I: Supervising Student Employees, Peer Educators, and Graduate Students
Dr. Jason Laker
This webinar will discuss strategies for establishing and caring for this unique supervisory experience.

Strategies to Increase Connectedness for LGBT Students
Jason L. Meriwether and Aaron J. Hart
This webinar focuses on making connectedness a strategic priority by discussing trends in research and identifying methods and strategies rooted in best practices and experience.

Starting a Transition Camp/Extended Orientation program
Dr. Charles Hueber
This webinar will discuss the creation of a transition program that is focused on the social integration of students in to your campus culture.

Welcome Home: Residential Impact on Student Persistence & Revenue Indicators
Jason L. Meriwether and Aaron J. Hart
This webinar will demonstrate how an effective residence life program can improve retention in housing and strategically shape persistence outcomes for residential students.

Providing Job-Ready Skills to Involved Students on Campus
Dr. Adam Peck
This webinar will demonstrate that co-curricular involvement contributes significantly to the skills employers want and will provide guidance in coaching students to recognize these skills in themselves and communicate them to potential employers.

This is your College on Alcohol: Preventing Binge Drinking on College Campuses
Toben Nelson and Ken Winters
The webinar is designed to provide a rationale for, and practical steps toward, creating meaningful campus and community change to address college binge drinking.

Supporting Identity Development among Multiracial Students to Increase Institutional Connectedness
Jason Meriwether and Brittany Hunt
This webinar will examine effective support structures for multiracial students that enhance identity development, assess the within-group campus experience, and offer strategies to open dialogue and increase institutional connectedness.

Necessary Steps: Roadmap to First Generation College Student Success
Dr. Clarice Ford and Yolanda Beamon
This webinar will examine how one school increased retention for first generation college students with a strategy that includes living-learning communities.

Using Residence Life Staff to Assess Engagement and Aid in Student Retention
Curt Naser and Karen Donoghue
This webinar will explain the assessment rubric, highlight the results and explore opportunities for growth at your institution.

Budget Basics for Student Affairs Professionals
Dr. Mark Kretovics
This webinar will provide participants the information necessary to understand the budget process and is geared toward anyone who is uncomfortable with reading and/or preparing budgets.

Another Survey?!? Alternative Assessment Data Collection Methods
Angela Yancik Baldasare, Jen Meyers Pickard, Linda Scheu
This webinar will dispel the myth that to conduct a credible assessment, you must have students complete a lengthy survey by familiarizing you with a number of alternatives to surveys.

** Please read our FAQ Section for general information about our webinars including System Requirements and recommended Compatibility Check.