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Student Affairs and Academic Support

Events

Small group discussions, division-wide meetings and an annual conference offer you chances throughout the year to learn more about trends and issues, enhance your skills and develop relationships with your colleagues across the division. 

Division Meetings

All Student Affairs and Academic Support employees are encouraged to take part in our monthly meetings, which feature campus and national experts discussing trends and issues in higher education and student affairs. Take a look at slides from some of our past meetings.


What's Dennis Reading? Breakfasts

Inspired by the bi-weekly feature in our Stay Informed e-newsletter and blog, these monthly breakfasts allow staff an informal opportunity to discuss the news stories that have caught the attention of Vice President Dennis Pruitt and the ones that have piqued their own interest. Registration is required.


L.E.T.S. Series

The Learning, Engaging, Transforming and Socializing (L.E.T.S.) Series is an opportunity for division members to participate in a variety of professional development. The informal setting provides opportunities to build mentoring relationships between new and established professionals. Registration is required.


IdeaPOP! Conference

Held each May, IdeaPOP! is an in-house conference that examines higher education trends and issues through addresses and workshops whose content aligns with the ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners [pdf]Registration is required.


New Employee Orientation

At the beginning of each semester, New Employee Orientation helps new employees create connections across the division, chat with the division’s associate vice presidents and learn about professional development opportunities available to them through Student Affairs and Academic Support. Registration is required.


New Graduate Assistant and Intern Orientation

All new graduate assistants and interns within the division, regardless of program of study, are invited to orientation each fall. The program helps new graduate assistants and interns to create connections across the division and learn about professional development opportunities available to them through Student Affairs and Academic Support. Registration is required.

 

 


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