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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Multiframe Thinking & Lasting Change

By James Beattie, PhD Associate Director, ASUN Center for Student Engagement Higher education stakeholders are increasingly demanding efficiency gains in the form of measurable outcomes from Colleges and Universities.  In fact, Robst (2001) indicated, “Government officials suggest that using performance measures and limiting state appropriations for higher education will control higher education costs and force …

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Building a standard for student media advisers

By Blythe Steelman Coordinator, Student Publications and Marketing ASUN Center for Student Engagement “…you’re not going to find a one-size-fits all job description from people who do this.” — anonymous interview participant “This” means advising student media organizations. In my role at the University of Nevada, Reno, I advise four different student media outlets: The …

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The Role of Student Affairs on the Post-election Campus

Joy, dismay, fear, elation, security, vulnerability, anger, betrayal, despair, hope. The results of the 2016 presidential election elicited a wide spectrum of reactions from both colleagues and students. The breadth and strength of the reactions prompted us to write to you, our colleagues, who, like our country, reflect diversity in all its forms including ideologies, …

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