A Practical Framework for Student Affairs Supervisors of Professional Staff
Date/Time: Wednesday, 10/26/2022, 1 pm EST
Duration: 1 hour
Facilitator: Chelsea Gilbert
- Describe the importance of supervision in the development of staff well-being
- Give at least one example of how identity matters in student affairs supervision
- Articulate the five tenets of the practical framework for supervision
- Identify opportunities to apply effective supervisory practices in their own supervisory relationships
Who Should Attend:
Any student affairs supervisor or aspiring student affairs supervisor.
Chelsea Gilbert (she/her) is a former student affairs practitioner and current higher education scholar. After serving in various roles dedicated to institutional diversity and equity for the last decade, she transitioned to full-time doctoral studies at The Ohio State University, where she focuses her scholarship on trauma in postsecondary settings and conducts qualitative and quantitative research on student affairs practitioner experiences. Her research has appeared in the Journal of College Student Development, College Student Affairs Journal, and the International Review of Qualitative Research, and she recently co-edited the book Critical Praxis in Student Affairs: Social Justice in Action (Stylus) with Dr. Susan Marine. In addition to her studies, she regularly consults with organizations across the country on topics related to trauma-informed practices, LGBTQ+ inclusion, leadership, equity, and justice. In her free time, she loves taking her two rescue dogs on outdoor adventures in and around Columbus, Ohio.