Universal Access: Enhancing the commencement experience for all

By Melisa Choroszy, Associate Vice President, Enrollment Services & Commencement       Natalie Ehleringer, Program Officer, Office for Prospective Students       Lexi Erwin, Manager, Prospective Student Events and Programs       Deserie Tillman, Program Officer, Admissions and Records Learn more about our Accessibility and Technology commitment and policies. “Accessible” means that individuals …

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Why I Write!

By Kimberly Cooper Thomas, J.D. Assistant Dean of Student Conduct Author, Sister in the Shadow (2015)     www.sisterintheshadow.com About two years ago, I sat down with a friend to discuss the idea of me as a blogger.  This friend’s idea for me was more of a directive than a cool idea worth sharing.  She said, “You …

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Scholarship is Leadership

Scholarship will move our work with students from practice to influence (Hatfield & Wise, 2015). Good scholarship is a critically reflective process that integrates and applies research to improve student services. As scholarly practitioners we are well positioned to articulate the student voice and integrate student experiences in to the practices and theories that inform the administration of higher education. But …

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First Step to Publication

Student Service faculty, staff, and students are invited to share a research abstract summarizing an idea for a research project. Get your work and ideas out to your colleagues. Identify collaborators to take your idea the next level. Discuss trends in work or trends in research. Get feedback to improve your work. Find data to …

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