Student Affairs

April 2019 Webinars

  • Counseling Basics for Student Affairs Professionals Wednesday, 4/03/2019, 1 pm EST Dr. Aaron Hughey This webinar will to give participants a greater appreciation for the complementary nature of the student affairs and counseling professions.
  • Critical Partnerships: How Higher Education Can Partner with Business and Industry to Solve Our Shared Problems Thursday, 4/04/2019, 1 pm EST Dr. Adam Peck This webinar will discuss a new leadership model called the Cocurricular Career Connections Leadership Mode (C3) which describes how leadership educators can design experiences which help students acquire and refine leadership skills, and which can help groups resourcefully meet their shared goals. It also provides a linkage between leadership development in college and professional develop throughout one’s career.
  • Creating a Division-wide Assessment Plan Tuesday, 4/09/2019, 1 pm EST Dr. Marjorie Dorimé-Williams This webinar focuses on process that look at student learning outcomes and administrative, or support outcomes, within student affairs. It will offer practical information and tools to create measurable goals and outcomes, develop comprehensive assessment practices, and align units with institutional priorities.
  • Student Affairs and Service Learning: A Perfect Match Thursday, 4/11/2019, 1 pm EST Dr. Aaron Hughy This webinar will investigate evidence-based best practices for using service learning programs to help students reach their full potential as responsible citizens in a democratic society.
  • When the Crisis Hits Home Tuesday, 4/16/2019, 1 pm EST Dr. Jon Conlogue and Joanne Goldwater This webinar will provide participants with perspectives and skills on how to survive, persist, and recover when a personal or professional crisis hits home.
  • Navigating Political Environments on Campus: A Guide for Getting Things Done Thursday, 4/25/2019, 1 pm EST Dr. Adam Peck This webinar will focus on five concepts for making organizational change in a variety of organizations. It is particularly well suited for mid-level student affairs professionals, entry-level student affairs staff and faculty who wish to better understand how decisions get made at their institutions.