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NASPA17 Day 3- Monday 3/13/2017

#NASPA17 – Monday, 3/13/2017

K&A participated or lead three educational sessions during the first full day of the NASPA17 conference. The three sessions were; How Student Affairs Strengthens Institutional Strategic Plans Successful strategic plans recognize the essential partnership of Student and Academic Affairs in a whole campus approach to supporting student engagement, learning, and success. Strategic planning is a powerful opportunity to create a practical vision for the future; strong, student centered plans include structured approaches to integrating learning across the student experience. Those plans define how Student Affairs will contribute to the plan’s—and the campus’ and students’—success.

 

 

NASPA17 Days 1+2 Storify of Our Time at NASPA

#NASPA17 Day One (March 11/12, 2017)

Snowstorm, Workshop, Many Miles, Luncheon, Anderson Cooper. 48+ hours of amazing learning, team building, and sharing with the #NASPA17 community. So happy to be a part of this! Here is just a *taste* of the first weekend…

Models for the Integration of Health and Counseling Services March 11 Pre-Conference Workshop

225 D – Convention Center

9:00am–12:00pm

Integration of health and counseling services requires the blending and synergy of both administrative and cultural aspects of centers; disciplines, traditions and norms, service models, organizational structures, funding sources, and documentation and record management. Integration can take many forms, and there is no single blueprint for making it work. In this session, presenters will review and discuss a range of organizational and cultural models for the successful integration of health and counseling services.

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Sandy Johnson, Ed.D., RIT

Elly Daugherty, Ed.D., UCONN

Richard Keeling, M.D., K&A

Gage Paine, J.D., Ph.D., K&A

                     

How Student Affairs Strengthens Institutional Strategic Plans March 13 Texas B, Grand Hyatt - 8:30am–9:20am

Successful strategic plans recognize the essential partnership of Student and Academic Affairs in a whole campus approach to supporting student engagement, learning, and success. Strategic planning is a powerful opportunity to create a practical vision for the future; strong, student centered plans include structured approaches to integrating learning across the student experience. Those plans define how Student Affairs will contribute to the plan’s—and the campus’ and students’—success.

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Anne Huot, Ph.D.,  President, Keene State College

Kemal Atkins,  Keene State College

Richard Keeling, M.D. , K&A

 

Call To Action: Better Care, Better Health, and Greater Value in College Health March 13 214 B - Convention Center - 2:30pm–3:20pm

This session will detail the findings from the Symposium on Quality Improvement in College Health and aims to inspire, motivate, and challenge student affairs leaders to take both immediate and sustainable steps to bring quality improvement to the forefront of practice in college health programs.

Carlo Citoli, M.D.,  NYU

Allison Smith, MPA,  NYU

Richard Keeling, M.D.,  K&A

Identifying Institutional Leaders for Future Success March 13 Texas B - Grand Hyatt - 11:15am–12:05pm

A key aspect of every executive search is identifying the most important and highest priority characteristics of individuals who will lead our campuses. Campus systems often prescribe processes which make it difficult to identify strong experience. Finding leaders who fit the needs, values, and culture of specific campuses and designated roles requires higher level thinking and assessments of the vision for leadership and the qualities —not just the qualifications—of a given candidate.

Rock Jones, Ph.D.,  President, Ohio Wesleyan University

Vicki DiLillo, Ph.D.,  Ohio Wesleyan University

Monica Mendez-Grant, Ed.D.,  Texas Women’s University

Lou Stark,  Case Western Reserve University

Richard Keeling, M.D. , K&A

Jan Walbert, Ed.D., K&A

 

 

Enhancing Campus Leadership Through Interim Executives March 14 Lone Star C - Grand Hyatt - 10:00am–10:50am

Are interim placements a sign of the times or a wave of the future? The NASPA Interim Executive Placement Service (IEPS) provides the network for institutions with vacancies in essential offices to find experienced campus leaders with short-term availability. Senior institutional and student affairs administrators who may one day consider the need for an interim placement, or who may want to serve as an interim themselves will learn about the opportunities, process, and success strategies for designing and filling interim roles.

Levester Johnson, Ed.D. , Illinois State University

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Janet L. Marling, Ph.D. , University of North Georgia

Diana McElroy, Ph.D. , Metropolitan Community College – Longview

Jan Walbert, Ed.D.,  K&A

 

 

Managing Counseling Centers in the Context of Change March 14 Texas B - Grand Hyatt - 3:40pm–4:30pm

The fundamental changes affecting campus counseling centers are familiar—increasing demand, priority on clinical services, students with more complex and acute needs, and increased pressure related to risk, threat assessments, and crises—yet there has been little attention to managing those changing centers within student affairs divisions. Presenters will discuss how student affairs administrators can better understand, support, and oversee counseling centers today, including issues of assessment and accountability.

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John Kolligian, Ph.D. , Princeton University

Jill Lee-Barber, Ph.D. ,Georgia State University

Richard Keeling, M.D.,  K&A

Gage Paine, J.D., Ph.D.,  K&A