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

#NASPA15 Presentation: How to Network Digitally for Professional Development and Relationship-Building

This panel started with a tweet.  Christina Ferrari sent our a message asking if anyone wanted to collaborate on a session about leveraging digital networks for professional development.  The result is an exciting collaboration involving a panel of presenters, many of whom have only previously met virtually.  Come join us and/or follow the twitter back channel #SAconnect! Wednesday, March 25, 2015 9:00am – 9:50am Convention Center 209 Abstract Social media can be helpful in expanding professional networks and transforms human interaction. But what does the “power of social media” look like when it comes to… Read More

Excited to be a part of the #ACPAdigital “Informed and Responsible Engagement Team”

Back in July, I was honored to be asked to serve on ACPA-College Student Educators International‘s Presidential Task Force on Digital Technology.  After meeting in person with many members of the team, I can say with confidence we’re on to something new, exciting and different.  In my role with this group, I co-chair the Informed and Responsible Engagement Team.  We recently posted about our work on the ACPA Digital Task Force website.  Check it out below: Introducing: The Informed and Responsible Engagement Team by Paul Gordon Brown and Laura Pasquini | As the student-facing team of ACPA’s Presidential… Read More