Student Affairs

March 2020 Webinars

  • Student Affairs and Service Learning Programs: Evidence-Based Best Practices Tuesday, 3/03/2020, 1 pm EST Dr, Aaron Hughey How to make your service learning programs more responsive to the needs of the student, the institution, and society.
  • Best Practices for Managing Departmental Social Media Accounts Thursday, 3/05/2020, 1 pm EST Erin Hensley This webinar examines best practices for effective social media management while also providing you with tangible skills that you can bring back to your institution and implement immediately.
  • Creating and Facilitating a Judicial Process that Works Tuesday, 3/10/2020, 11 am EST Dr. Charles Hueber This webinar will look at current trends in judicial affairs and examine ways to create a process and incorporate language in a student code of conduct to meet these needs.
  • Strategies for Student Affairs Professional Staff Supervision Wednesday, 3/11/2020, 1 pm EST Scott Burden & Chelsea Gilbert During this webinar, we aim to provide examples of effective supervision models for student affairs practitioners that take identity and power into account, while providing participants with multiple opportunities to reflect on potential applications for their own supervisory practice.
  • New Year’s Resolutions: Why Change Fails Thursday, 3/12/2020, 1 pm EST Anne Brackett This session explains why even though we know there are changes we “should” make to improve the quality of our lives, teams, and students, more often than not our best efforts are thwarted – not because we lack willpower or motivation – but because we don’t understand how our brains actually work.
  • Career Development as Project Management: An Interactive Exercise and Guided Reflection Wednesday, 3/18/2020, 1 pm EST Dr. Adam Peck, Michael Preston & Jessica Antonen The program breaks down the stages of project/construction management, with prompting questions to help the participants achieve new insights.
  • Creating and Implementing an Effective Student Leader Training Tuesday, 3/24/2020, 1 pm EST Dr. Steven Hood & Dr. Matthew Kerch Attend this webinar is you are looking to re-energize, re-imagine, and re-work your student staff training.
  • Leading as a Developmental Relationship Thursday, 3/26/2020, 1 pm EST Jonathan Kroll By understanding the nuances of the many developmental roles we play (supervisor, mentor, coach, or leader), we will be more effective at serving in each capacity - therefore enhancing the opportunities for learning and growth of those with whom we engage. This webinar will explore each of these roles for Student Affairs educators and focus on how we can maximize their developmental nature.