Presenting at #GLACUHO 2016 Today…

I’m excited to be back in the region in which I got my start. During my graduate student days I was the intern for Alma Sealine when she was GLACUHO President. Fast forward 15 years later and I’m back in the region and presenting three times. Below are the slides from the presentations I will be giving along with some additional resources. Highlighting Your Strengths as a Professional, Online Being a visible and engaged professional online has many benefits including opening doors to job opportunities and accessing and participating in free or… Read More

Presenting at #AIMHO 2016 Today…

I’m pleased to be presenting at the AIMHO 2016 conference alongside my esteemed colleague, Rachel Aho from the University of Utah. In this session we’ll be discussing aspects of research and practice that relate to the developmental challenges and opportunities college students face online. The theoretical underpinnings of this session are drawn from my qualitative study of college students and emerging adults.

Presenting at LEAD365 2016 Today…

For the second year, I’m pleased to be a member of the faculty for the Lead365 Conference. Lead365is an organization that promotes student leadership development and offers a yearly conference for students and staff alike to learn the latest leadership research and best practices. I am presenting three times at this year’s conference. Once for professional staff, sharing the results of my doctoral research, and twice for students, once as a lab on online personal/professional branding and a second time as an educational session about being vulnerable online. The slides are below for your… Read More

#ACUHOI BizOps 2016 Presentation: Building a Departmental Culture for Digital Professional Engagement

I’m presenting the following educational session on leveraging social and digital tools for departmental professional development at the ACUHO-I Business Operations Conference. The following includes the slide sI am using as well as a link to additional helpful resources. Abstract Social and digital technologies have expanded the opportunities for staff development and professional engagement. By encouraging and promoting blogging and social media use by employees, a department can enhance the experience of its employees while also burnishing its own brand. In turn, this can aid a department in the recruitment and retention… Read More