Join Us for Our December 18, 2014 Community Conversation

Dr. Cindi Love, Executive Director

On December 2, 7, and 9 almost 200 people assembled on-line for the first three Community Conversations: Confronting Reality & Doing What Matters to Get Things Right. Dr. Tanya Williams and Dr. Kathy O’Bear facilitated the first one. Dafina-Lazarus Stewart and Z Nicolazzo led the next one. Heather Lou and I convened the third one. The fourth Conversation is scheduled December 18 at 4:30 pm...

2015 ACPA Governance Election Results

Please join us in congratulating these outstanding newly elected ACPA leaders who will serve us and our association well! Governing Board Positions Vice President Donna Lee, Agnes Scott College (Georgia) Director of Membership Development (Elect) Paul Gordon Brown, Boston College (Massachusetts) Director of External Relations Jason Meriwether, Indiana University Southeast Director of Research and...
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Deborah Casey - Member of the Week

ACPA has nourished my professional identity for over 20 years. I developed a deep appreciation and affinity for ACPA early in my career as a graduate student and continue to feel a strong “sense of place” within the organization through my leadership opportunities with the SSAO Advisory Board, the Standing Committee for Disability, the Commission for Administrative Leadership, and the Convention...
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A Joint Statement in Response to the Rolling Stone Article Regarding the Responses to sexual assault at the University of Virginia

The Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA); College Student Educators International (ACPA); the Association of Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA); Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA); and the Association of College & University Housing Officers - International (ACUHO-I); issue this statement in response to the recent fallout from the Rolling Stone article...

Speaking from A Place of Privilege: Why Barack Obama Can't Win for Losing on Race?

Senior Scholar Blog

Dr. Sherry K. Watt is the Associate Professor of the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the University of Iowa and Senior Scholar in ACPA—College Student Educators International. She is an author and the editor of the forthcoming book, Designing Transformative Multicultural Initiatives: Theoretical Foundations, Practical Applications, and Facilitator Considerations . Her research on...