Professional Development Opportunities

Sun, Sand, and Skill (Development): Making the Most of Your Summer Internship Experience

Graduate Students and New Professionals Community of Practice
7 June 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Currently or will be participating in a student affairs summer internship? Curious about what you should or shouldn't do during your summer internship? Worried about what you'll take away from your internship experience? ACPA's Graduate Student and New Professional Community of Practice is excited to present a panel to help you with just that. Taking place on June 7th at 1pm EST, Sun, Sand, and Skill (Development): Making the Most of Your Summer Internship Experience will answer all your questions and prepare you to take advantage of all the professional development opportunities you will...

Challenging the Culture Shock Paradigm: Preparing Students to Effectively Navigate Cultural Transitions

Commission for Global Dimensions of Student Development
25 April 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
A recording of the Webinar is available for download and streaming here . Presenters: Paige E. Butler, Ed.D., Program Chair & Assistant Professor of International Education Management at Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, CA Almendra Staffa-Healey, MBA, Co-Founder & Director of Intercultural Understanding, an intercultural competency development training company based in Madrid, Spain Janice Abarbanel, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist and Health Educator focused on Study Abroad and Emerging Adulthood and On-Site Psychologist at NYU’s Berlin Study Abroad Site 2011-...
Professional Development Opportunities

Supporting Student-Athletes: A Student Affairs/Athletics Staff’s Guide to Addressing Social Consciousness

Recreation, Athletics, and Wellness Commission
24 April 2018 - 2:15am to 3:00am
ACPA’s Recreation, Athletics, and Wellness Commission presents: “Supporting Student-Athletes: A Student Affairs/Athletics Staff’s Guide to Addressing Social Consciousness.” Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/106866322869082369 Webinar ID: 844-722-347 The current climate of increased activism regarding social issues by professional athletes in the United States has increased to a point where it has trickled down to the college ranks. This leaves student-athletes, who have a different set of parameters for self-efficacy, in a precarious place of whether or not to use...

Higher Education in the Ghanaian Context (HEGC!) Symposium

Commission for Global Dimensions of Student Development
16 March 2018 - 12:00pm to 2:30pm
A recording of the Symposium is available here . Learn about a unique study abroad program for Higher Education & Student Affairs graduate students and staff that included a collaboration with staff at a Ghanaian higher education institution. During January 2018, Dr. Candace M. Moore , Faculty Director of the Higher Education in the Ghanaian Context (HEGC!) study abroad program, with Dr. Jillian A. Martin , Co-Instructor for HEGC!, led a group of graduate students/higher education staff to Ghana for eleven days guiding participants worldview to expand beyond Western ideals of social...

Past Event: ACPA/NAFSA/NASPA Webinar: Engaging International Students in Higher Education with Dr. Eric Archer & Rachal Etshim

Commission for Global Dimensions of Student Development
6 February 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
We are excited to invite Commission members to our ACPA/NASPA/NAFSA Webinar: Engaging International Students in Higher Education with D. Eric Archer & Rachal Etshim February 6 @ 1 PM EST FREE to members of ACPA's Commission for Global Dimensions of Student Development (E-mail cgdsd@acpa.nche.edu for a coupon code & registration instructions) This live briefing examines current best practices for engaging international students in postsecondary education. Our discussions will focus on several key topics related to international student inclusion including: characteristic patterns of...