"Maximizing Effectiveness" conference November 19th, 2014
The University of Northern Iowa Student Affairs Professional Development Committee (SAPDC) is offering a fall 2014 conference on Wednesday, November 19th from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in Maucker Union. The theme of this semester’s conference is "Maximizing Effectiveness".
8:00am- 8:30am Keynote speaker Lyn Redington, Ph.D., Director of Residence Life with a keynote address "Keys to Success".
|Time||Elm room||Oak room||State College room|
|8:30am- 9:30am||Jenny Connolly and Sean Hartnett: Maximizing Effectiveness with a Family on Campus Visits!||Chris Denison: Services Quality in Student Affairs||Lindsay Cunningham: Are They Listening? Communicating with Students on Campuses of Higher Education|
|9:45am-10:45am||Stephanie Germann: Students in Distress: How to Recognize and Help Students with Mental Health Concerns||Kim Soumar: Weighty Matters||Kristin Moser and Kristin Woods: Using MAP-Works Data to Drive First-Year Programming|
|11:00am- Noon||Adrienne Lamberti: "Counting" the Qualitative: Animating Institutional Documentation on Scholarship of Engagement Activity||Matt Nuese: 3 Ways to Create a Dynamic Student Job||Richard Featherstone: Improving Your Workday with "Getting Things Done" and Proper Physical Ergonomics|
Online Training for UNI Faculty, Staff and Students
UNI faculty, staff and students have access, through their CatID, to the Lynda.com Online Training Library which contains over 1,100 courses and 66,000 video tutorials for access anytime, anywhere with Internet access.
The Professional Development Committee was developed to support and communicate the professional development opportunities for Student Affairs staff. Committee members include:
|Chair - Shelley Matthews|
|Ashley Brickley||Renae Carrillo||Carol Fletcher||Timothy Klatt|
|Roxanne Klepper||Anna McGee||Jennifer Suchan||Todd Thomas|