CSAA & SAL at NASPA 2019

CSAA & SAL at NASPA 2019 Los Angeles, California Join CSAA-D faculty and students for presentations NASPA19 in Los Angeles. We invite you to join us for the Friends of the University of Georgia Reception co-hosted by the UGA Division of Student Affairs.  Tweet us @saUGA411 and/or use our program hashtag #saUGA411 to communicate throughout the…

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CSAA-D at ACPA 2019

Join CSAA-D faculty and students for presentations ACPA19 in Boston, Massachusetts. We invite you to join us for the Friends of the University of Georgia Reception co-hosted by the UGA Division of Student Affairs.  Tweet us @saUGA411 and/or use our program hashtag #saUGA411 to communicate throughout the conferences. ACPA 2019 Boston, Massachusetts Monday, March 4, 2019…

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CSAA-D at ASHE 2018

  43rd Annual ASHE Conference “Envisioning the Woke Academy” November 14-17 Location: Tampa, Florida CSAA-D was well represented at the 2018 ASHE Conference! Our faculty and students presented and chaired fifteen dynamic sessions. We are all looking forward to next year’s ASHE in Portland, Oregon. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 8:00am – 9:00am This is Soul Work: An…

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#SAUGA411 AT SACSA 2018: Awards, Presentations, and More!

2018 Annual SACSA Conference Building Ways to Educate, Advocate, Cultivate and Heighten our purpose in Student Affairs November 3 – 5, 2018 Location: Myrtle Beach, SC CSAA-D & SAL was well represented at the 2018 SACSA Conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Our students and recent alums presented ten sessions and were recognized with several…

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Research Team Reflection: Niah Grimes

600 articles. 5 researchers. 1 study. The story of a content analysis. Before entering the CSAA program, I thought I knew what it meant to conduct research. Coming from an undergraduate institution that provided me with a great research foundation I naively thought I had all the tools to conduct doctoral level research. It was…

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#SAuga411 at #GCPA16: Awards, Presentations, and More!

#SAuga411 at #GCPA16: Awards, Presentations, and More!

CSAA-D was well represented at the Georgia College Personnel Association’s 2016 Annual Conference in Macon, GA last week. CSAA-D students presented in five sessions and were recognized with several awards at the conference:  “I Can Do Bad All By Myself’: Addressing the Strong Black woman Phenomenon in Supervisory and Advisory Relationships”  Raven Cokley, University of Georgia Lamesha Andrews, University of…

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Recent Highlights

ACPA is in full swing, but our doctoral students have so many things happening in addition to their many presentations. Below we highlight just a few of the great accomplishments they have achieved in the past few months! Congratulations to Jabari Bodrick on his election as Co-Chair of NASPA’s Socioeconomic and Class Issues in Higher Education Knowledge Community. Alumna…

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It’s Conference Season!

It’s student affairs conference season!  UGA’s CSAA and SAL programs will have a strong showing at the annual ACPA meeting in Tampa, FL and the annual NASPA meeting in New Orleans, LA this year! As student affairs educators and scholar-practitioners, faculty and students involved with the UGA CSAA and SAL programs are committed to engaging…

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#SACSA14: Join the conversation with #saUGA411

This weekend several of our CSAA students, faculty, and alumni will head to Louisville, KY for the 65th Annual SACSA Conference. This year’s theme is Achieving the Triple Crown: Inclusiveness, Professionalism, & Collegiality. CSAA will be represented in several conference presentations covering a wide variety of topics including social media, innovative pedagogy, and student success at HBCUs. We…

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Research Spotlight: Jen Wells

 Jen Wells is the Director of Assessment in the Division of Student Success at Kennesaw State University and the Editor for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS). Jen received her undergraduate degree from Albion College in German and History and her Masters in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University.…

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