Past Commission Leadership

Past Leadership Many amazing colleagues have called the Commission for Administrative Leadership their professional home within ACPA. We honor their service and are thankful for all they contributed. Here is the list of colleagues who have served as Chair of the Commission for Administrative Leadership. Name; Institution at time of service, if known (Page under revision; Please send suggested...

Commission History

History President-elect Melvene D. Hardee initiated the ACPA Commission system with Gordon Klopf during the summer of 1961. The Commissions were activated to develop the 1963 Boston convention program. During 1961-63, approximately 250 people were in­volved under the Hardee-Klopf leadership. Commissions were created in 1961 to serve three basic purposes: To establish an organizational framework...

When Addressing Anti-Racism—Not Just What, But How by Sherry K. Watt & MCI Team Consortium

Black Lives Matter Blog

When Addressing Anti - Racism — Not Just What, But How: Introducing The Theory of Being​ “No matter where the oppressed are found, the act of love is commitment to their cause—the cause of liberation. And this commitment, because it is loving, is dialogical. As an act of bravery, love cannot be sentimental; as an act of freedom, it must not serve a pretext for manipulation. It must generate other...

2020 Virtual Grad Box

Congratulations on being a new #SAgrad! ACPA is excited to welcome you to our community of students and professionals and have provided some virtual gifts to get you ready for the academic year! View a welcome message from GABE MARENCO-GARCIA, Chair for the ACPA Graduate Students and New Professionals Community of Practice! GET INVOLVED with the Graduate Student & New Professionals Community...

Fall 2020 International Student Statement

ACPA-College Student Educators International expresses our complete and strongest opposition to the recent statement of intent by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that international students pursuing degrees in the United States on F-1 or M-1 visas must leave the country if their college or university offers online-only classes in the next academic term.