Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Return of the Student Affairs Sustainability Cook-Off

Do you have Food Network on your TV most days?  Does the sound of measuring spoons jingling put you in the holiday spirit?  Would you rather meet Paula Dean over the President?  Does your whisk and/or spatula have a pet … Continue reading

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LinkedIn: More than Just an Online Resume

By Mike Goodhart, Residence Life and Housing When I started using LinkedIn four years ago, I viewed it as just another interesting way to market myself – like an alternative version of a resume.  But I’d never go back and … Continue reading

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Accounting for Work/Life Balance

Work/Life Balance!   This can be a hot discussion topic among student affairs professionals.  There are those that believe that achieving balance is impossible and others who believe that they have achieved balance; however, most folks probably fall somewhere in the … Continue reading

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Get Jazzed!! We’ve got New Professional Development Opportunities!!

The Student Affairs Professional Development committee is excited to bring you a new opportunity to enhance your professional growth and networking within the division.  We are launching a group of three “networking groups” designed to connect members of the division … Continue reading

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Are you LinkedIn? You should be!!

Please join us for our December roundtable event! Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm Location: Conant Science Building 471   LinkedIn Lab Presenter: Katie Vågen, Career Counselor, Career Services Bring your laptop to this interactive workshop where … Continue reading

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Creative Leadership – Reflections

On November 14th Human Resources offered a professional development session on Creative Leadership and Positivity in the Workplace. Who wouldn’t want to add creativity to their leadership style and more (or some) positivity in the workplace?!  Naturally, this was a … Continue reading

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