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Old Memories Reborn: Our Trip to Ocean City, NJ

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“Daddy, there’s an airplane out my window!  It’s a huge one!” Emily said.  “And, there’s another smaller one.”   I replied, “That’s cool sweetheart. We’re near Philadelphia and they have a big airport, so you’ll probably get to see a lot more.”  Not only did Emily, and her sisters Ashley and Sydney, get to see a lot […]

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Responding to Crises

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There are many benefits working in student affairs and many reasons for us to want “get up” in the morning and go to work.  Undoubtedly, for many of us, it is the unknown that the day will bring working with students that offers much excitement to our work.  While we may have a schedule in […]

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Using Social Media to Create Boundary-free Communities

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It was a tremendous opportunity for Michelle Shea and I to present our session, Using Social Media to Create Boundary-free Communities, at NASPA12 in Phoenix this year.  It was wonderful to see so many in attendance, from all levels of experience with social media.  We appreciate all those in attendance and hope that you were […]

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Sometimes Leadership is Right in Front of You

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Leadership is a difficult topic to address, as there are wide variety of definitions and examples from which we can draw.  Multiple websites, blogs, and theories exist trying to describe what leadership is, how to become a leader, what skills are necessary to become a leader, and so on.  Today, however, I am choosing to […]