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New live webinars for the fall semester are now open for registration! Take a look at all upcoming courses as well as our archive of more than 100 downloadable sessions available in the replay library. » Check out all webinars!
Student Affairs One Thing is a bi-weekly podcast. Host Stuart Brown chats with seasoned student affairs professionals about what is the One Thing they have learned that has helped shape their professional career. Season One finished up with 21 episodes. Our latest episode for Season Two features Dr. Elizabeth Thomson of The University of Minnesota Memphis.
And now in fall 2022 we introduce a new series focused on professionals with 1-3 years experience in the field and ask our guests that same question about what they've learned. Our current episode of 'New Professional - One Thing' features Sam Yang.
Take a few moments and enjoy a little diversion. Our Mini Crossword Puzzles are a new weekly word game challenge. The Escape Room is a virtual experience full of puzzles to solve, codes to crack, and clues to discover. The storyline is based on the Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol.
The results are in and the team from Elon University has won top prize in the 21st Annual Virtual Case Study competition. The team from the University of Tennessee placed second and the group from Appalachian State University earned third place. This annual contest challenges teams of student affairs/counseling graduate programs to create a response to an of-the-moment case study scenario. This year teams were tasked with creating the elements of two Virtual Escape Rooms.