Preparing for Convention with the Coalition on Men & Masculinities

Coalition on Men and Masculinities
March 7, 2017
“Preparing for Convention with the Coalition on Men & Masculinities” Tuesday, March 7 @12 PM Through this upcoming webinar, the Coalition on Men & Masculinities will share highlights for this year’s ACPA General Convention in Columbus OH, March 26-29. The webinar will feature one of Coalition’s Sponsored Program Presenters, Gavin Henning (Past of President of ACPA) who will be previewing his convention program titled It’s OUR Job: White Male Privilege, Positionality, and Social Justice. The webinar will share other sponsored program overviews, details regarding the Coalition’s Second...

Kognito Higher Ed - Suicide Prevention Training Webinar Hosted by: Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation

February 24, 2017
Miss the first webinar presenting the free, online suicide prevention trainings for Higher-Ed? No worries! Register for the next webinar on February 24th at 12:00pm to learn how you can champion the trainings in your institution! OSPF is offering two Kognito gatekeeper trainings for all students attending Ohio colleges and universities. These trainings educate students on how to recognize the warning signs of distress in their peers and how to help their peers find support. Kognito trainings: LGBTQ on Campus educates users on the unique challenges faced by their lesbian, gay, bisexual,...

Upcoming Webinar: Infusing the Student Affairs New Technology Competency into Practice

February 9, 2017
Facilitator: Dr. Josie Ahlquist & Joe Sabado In August 2015, NASPA and ACPA approved the revised version of the Student Affairs Competencies. One of the most significant was the addition of Technology that solidifies technology as an essential part of our work, not just a fad that can be embraced by some and not others. Attendees will learn the intersection of technology with all the 10 competencies, as well as application of the foundational, intermediate and advanced levels of technology in student affairs. Cost: $108 REGISTER HERE >>

Considering Race and Intersectionality in the Support of Students who have Experienced Sexual Violence and Trauma: Should Identity Make a Difference?

Coalition for Women's Identities
January 27, 2017
This webinar is on January 27, 2017 at 11am Eastern, 12pm Central, 1pm Mountain, 2pm Pacific. This session presents the reduction of sexual violence in a campus community, via the spirit and mission of Title IX, as everyone's responsibility and an institutional imperative. This session will discuss the rationale for approaching student care and support in cases of sexual violence from a trauma-informed, social-justice lens. The issues associated with sexual violence, and more specifically, the impact of sexual violence on students of color in the academy is explored. Ideas for how to best...
Professional Development Opportunities

2017 MMI - Mid-Level Management Institute

Donna M. Bourassa Mid-Level Management Institute
January 7, 2017 to January 11, 2017
Location: Irving, Texas (USA) - Part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex About Donna M. Bourassa >> Esteemed Faculty ( view bios ) Jacob Diaz | Bridget Kelly | Patty Perillo | Steve Tyrell | Case Willoughby Institute Overview Going into its 19th year, the Donna M. Bourassa Mid-Level Management Institute is an ACPA signature educational program for those desiring to understand their authentic leadership, strengthen their capacities and understand self and organizational dynamics in order to lead well. The Institute, named for Donna Bourassa, Ed.D. former Associate Executive Director of...
Professional Development Opportunities

2016 Leadership Educators Institute

Leadership Educators Institute
December 11, 2016 to December 13, 2016
December 11 – December 13, 2016 Long Beach, California (Renaissance Long Beach Hotel) The Leadership Educators Institute will engage early and mid-level student affairs educators in active learning and dialogue to assist with program and leadership course development. REGISTER ONLINE IMPORTANT DATES July 29, 2016: Call for Programs Deadline October 10, 2016: Early-Bird Registration Deadline November 11, 2016: Regular Registration Deadline ABOUT Leadership education of college and university students is an important and ongoing process within higher education institutions. Student affairs...

Two Year College Student Affairs Practitioner's Impact on the Completion Agenda

December 8, 2016
C2YC Presents... Join our panel of experts to discuss the Two Year College Student Affairs Practitioner's Impact on the Completion Agenda featuring panelists from the National Council on Student Development (NCSD), Keeling & Associates, Achieving the Dream, and more! To RSVP, visit: . This webinar will feature a broad scope and expert panelists from both two and four year institutions as well as public and private industry - a definite opportunity not to miss!

Women's Leadership Institute

December 6, 2016 to December 9, 2016
The Women's Leadership Institute is the premier program for women leaders across campus. The program is held at a resort-style location to maximize learning and minimize distractions, and is designed for women who aspire to new leadership positions on campus. The institute features a curriculum with an overall focus on building the next generation of leaders in higher education administration and student affairs. This is a wonderful program for women of all ages to come together to learn and network with one another, forming bonds that will last a lifetime. Program dates: The next program...
Professional Development Opportunities

2016 ACPA Institute for Aspiring Senior Student Affairs Officers

Institute for Aspiring SSAOs
November 9, 2016 to November 12, 2016
Doubletree Dallas Love Field Hotel Dallas, Texas, USA ACPA is proud to offer this exciting professional development event for those who are considering a Senior Student Affairs Officer (SSAO) role as a future career goal. The ACPA Institute for Aspiring SSAOs: Exploring Underrepresented Identities and Career Paths will explore ways in which our diverse backgrounds (such as gender identity and presentation, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and physical/cognitive qualities) impact our move to and experience within an SSAO role. A faculty team of seasoned and diverse SSAOs from various types...