Presentations

Below are selected presentations that I have given during my time working in student affairs:

  • The Many Uses of Maxient, MaxFest Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 2016;
  • Using Social Media to Create Boundary-free Communities, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Annual Convention, Phoenix, AZ, March 2012;
  • Leveraging Social Media to Engage Students and Alumni, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011;
  • The Intentional New Professional, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011;
  • New Professionals Roundtable:  Exploring Supervision, Professionalism, and Credibility, Association of College Personnel Association (ACPA), Boston, MA, March 2010;
  • Strategic Change: From Self-Review to a Residential Curriculum, American College Personnel Association (ACPA), Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA, March/April 2008;
  • New Mid-Level Managers Roundtable: An Opportunity for Open Discussion, American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA, March/April 2008;
  • Recruitment and Retention of Entry Level Housing Professionals – Research Findings, Residence Life Staffs of Rochester Institute of Technology and Syracuse University, Geneva, NY, July 2006 / Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I) Conference, Milwaukee, WI, July 2005. (Read the report here.)
  • Creating Systematic Change Through Applied Assessment in Student Affairs, National Student Affairs Assessment and Retention Conference, Atlanta, GA, June 2005;
  • Using Assessment for Program Impact, National Student Affairs Assessment and Retention Conference, Arizona State University and Maricopa Community College, Scottsdale AZ, June 2004;
  • Actualizing a Departmental Guiding Philosophy for Scholarship, Wisdom, and Inclusion, American College Personnel Association (ACPA), Long Beach, CA, March 2002;
  • Diversity: Assessing Campus Climate and Programs, Assessment Institute, Indiana University—Purdue University, Indianapolis, November 2001.

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