Monthly Archives: November 2013

Do you know the IRB Process or when you might need to go through the IRB?

This workshop will help attendees understand the IRB process, including reasons why you should submit an IRB application, the application process, informed consent, and the use of humans as research subjects. Feel free to bring a draft of an IRB … Continue reading

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NACA Regional Conference Reflection by Matt Miller

Everyday Heroes in Hartford, CT October 31-November 3 was the annual Northeast Regional Conference of the National Association for Campus Activities.  This conference is for students and staff from around the northeast looking to share ideas about how to best … Continue reading

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My Travels Through Germany

So – I recently returned from my Fulbright experience (the Fulbright International Education Administrators Seminar) in Germany and everyone at BSU is asking me “How was it?” I am struggling to respond.  This program provides 20 higher education professionals with … Continue reading

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Types of Assessment – a reflection from Cathy Davis (on behalf of the SA Assessment Committee)

As part of the work of the Division of Student Affairs Assessment Committee, a Workshop for all Student Affairs staff was presented on October 24, 2013.  Joanna Boeing Bratton, Ed.M., Research Analyst in the Office of Assessment, conducted the session … Continue reading

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