Additional Opportunities

The Division of Student Affairs encourage you to continue your professional development through various organizations and opportunities listed below.

 

  • Spring 2019: March 20, 2019 tentatively 1-4pm
    Fall 2019: October 11, 2019 tentatively 9am-11am

    Learn about:

    • Our division
    • Resources for your success
    • Staff Engagement Opportunities
    • Meet new Colleagues and senior leaders in the Division

    RSVP by TBD via email to Brenda Arthur

  • The Center for University Learning offers a variety of opportunities to develop your skills. To view upcoming training sessions as well as self guided online training modules, visit their website

  • The core of NASPA’s mission is to provide professional development for student affairs educators and administrators who share the responsibility for a campus wide focus on the student experience.

    NASPA Conference March 9-13, 2019.

    For more professional development opportunities or to learn more about NASPA, visit their website

  • For more professional development opportunities or to learn more about ACPA, visit their website

  • Career Development: NACE is the leading organization of choice for career developent professionals. For more information visit their website.

    Counseling and Psychological Services: The American College Counseling Association is a primary resource for campus counselors. Additional information can be found here.

    Disability Services: There are a host of organizations that work in this space, including specialized organizations, as well as NASPA. A good place to start would be the NASPA website.

    Diversity and Cultural Communities: As with Disability Services, there are a host of organizations that work in this space, zeroing in on particular populations. A good place to start would be the NASPA knowledge community website.

    Greek Life: The Association of Fraternity | Sorority Advisors is a centralizing force in professional organizations for Greek Life. More information can be found here.

    Housing and Residence Life: ACUHO-I is the leading organization of choice for campus housing and residence life professionals. For more professional development opportunities or to learn more about ACUHO-I, visit their website

    Orientation: Orientation's primary professional organization is the National Orientation Directors' Association. Their website can be found here.

    Sports and Recreation: NIRSA strives to be the primary resource of continuing education for collegiate recreation professionals throughout their careers. For more information, visit their website.

    Student Activites: The National Association for Campus Activities is a primary organization in the Student Activities space. Additional information can be found here.

    Student Conduct: The Association for Student Conduct Administration is a primary organization in the Student Conduct functional area. For more information, please visit their website.

    Student Leadership: Because there are many areas within the functional area of leadership -- including organization leadership, service learning, and more -- a good starting place would be NASPA's student leadership program's knowledge community website.

  • The Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL), in conjunction with Colorado State University, are offering the 3rd iteration of a free MOOC, titled “Applying and Leading Assessment in Student Affairs.”  For more info visit the website

     

  • Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) is the most widely used and researched suicide gatekeeper program. QPR provides non-mental health clinicians with the tools they need to help someone who is having suicidal thoughts. The training only takes an hour and can literally save a life. Last semester we hosted several open trainings and they were very well attended; thus, we have schedule monthly trainings for the spring on the following dates. I hope everyone can find time to attend a training.

    For more information, click here.
     
    Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 3:30pm
    Kennesaw Campus University College, UC200
     
    Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 3:30pm
    Kennesaw Campus Clendenin, CL1009

  • Do you  have a webinar you want to share with the Divison of Student Affairs?  Contact Sandefur Porter to get it posted here.

     

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