Heather and I are ACPA leadership buddies. She was the Coordinator of Commissions when I was starting as the Coordinator of Standing Committees and now she is the Director of Membership Development and I am her elect. There are numerous points of overlap in our professional journeys and also in our professional interests. Heather is an avowed feminist, helping start the Feminists in Student Affairs blog, and is active in digital and social media, also authoring her own blog. Heather also serves as one of the hosts for Student Affairs Live. Give… Read More
As odd as it may seem, Jason and I didn’t really meet and become friends until last year. Odd, because he’s an online rockstar. He blogs, he tweets, he does a little bit of everything. Jason and I serve on the ACPA Presidential Task Force on Social and Digital Technology. I’m also immensely pleased to have him joining the ACPA Governing Board with me come March. Give him follow. He’s friendly, gracious and welcoming. Follow @JLMeriwether06 This is a post from my ongoing effort to highlight interesting and engaging higher education professionals on Twitter. Have… Read More
Dr. Laura Pasquini has been a good friend of mine for a very long time… since we worked at Miami University almost a decade ago. Although we didn’t know it then, she and I share a research interest in all things Ed-Tech. She’s incredibly knowledgeable, travels the world, and maintains a blog where she shares it all. Her doctoral dissertation was on Social Media policies of Higher Education institutions. In many ways, Laura has been a trailblazer in this area. Give her a follow: Follow @LauraPasquini This is a post from my ongoing… Read More
Brian is a new professional at Michigan State University that blogs about higher education, student affairs, web 2.0, LGBT issues and general life inspirations and observations. He’s thoughtful, has some great insights, and is also your “go to” if you want to see tweeted pictures of cute animals (and who doesn’t?). Check him out and give him a follow. Follow @BDProffer This is a post from my ongoing effort every Friday to highlight interesting and engaging higher education professionals on Twitter. Have an example to share? Tweet me.