Posts Tagged: SAchat

Professional Learning Networks

Since the beginning of the World Wide Web and the internet, users try to find the most efficient and effective way to use the connectivity that is afforded to us. Through Communication and supporting bodies of knowledge, we are all

Professional Learning Networks

Since the beginning of the World Wide Web and the internet, users try to find the most efficient and effective way to use the connectivity that is afforded to us. Through Communication and supporting bodies of knowledge, we are all

The Student Affairs Collective: #SASideHustle

It’s been awhile, but I’ve written another quick blog for the SA Collective. For #SASideHustle, I wrote about the craft fairs and the butterfly framing crafting business that Steven and I work on in our spare time. Unfortunately, we haven’t

The Student Affairs Collective: #SASideHustle

It’s been awhile, but I’ve written another quick blog for the SA Collective. For #SASideHustle, I wrote about the craft fairs and the butterfly framing crafting business that Steven and I work on in our spare time. Unfortunately, we haven’t

Creating the Hierarchy of Needs for Transfer Students [In Progress]

My position is currently involved with a specific population of students: Transfer, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) students. I also work to help all transfer students at UMBC transition successfully in their academics. Before starting this position, I had

Creating the Hierarchy of Needs for Transfer Students [In Progress]

My position is currently involved with a specific population of students: Transfer, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) students. I also work to help all transfer students at UMBC transition successfully in their academics. Before starting this position, I had

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The Student Affairs Feature

  I wrote a post for The Student Affairs Feature back in April/May 2014. The title is “Engaging Students: Blurring the Lines between Academic and Student Affairs.” It’s about going beyond our boundaries of our position descriptions and creating an

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The Student Affairs Feature

  I wrote a post for The Student Affairs Feature back in April/May 2014. The title is “Engaging Students: Blurring the Lines between Academic and Student Affairs.” It’s about going beyond our boundaries of our position descriptions and creating an