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Behind the Curtain: Best Practices for Submitting Showcase Applications
Institution: Simpson College, Albright College
Author(s): NACA National Showcase Selection Team: Rich Ramos, Tiffany Clayton
Published: 4/15/2019   
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When you think of NACA, what is the first thing that comes to mind? For a lot of students and most associates and entertainers, that one thing is showcases. Often the highlight of the conferences, the showcases are an essential part of what NACA does and how NACA connects students to associates. Attend this session to take a peek behind the curtain of the Showcase Selection process. During this session, we will provide an overview of the selection process and provide tips, tricks, and best practices for submitting high-quality showcase applications. This is a great session for individually represented entertainers and associates who are newer to NACA. We hope to educate and better prepare all entertainers and associates to submit the best showcase applications and videos possible.
  • Associate Member Resources
  • NACA Events

  • "Helping Our Student Leaders to Be Effective in Navigating Power and Influence to Achieve Their Goals and Objectives" slides
    Institution: The George Washington University
    Author(s): Robert Snyder
    Published: 4/2/2019   
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    Our experiences on our own campuses likely validate the findings of recent editions of the UCLA Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Survey that today’s college students are the most likely to protest in half a century. Students are using their voices and, indeed, their power, to be part of and influence the institutional conversation on important issues. Based on the presenter’s doctoral dissertation research on how student leaders navigate power and influence to achieve their goals and objectives, this session is an opportunity to learn how we as student affairs professionals can help student leaders to do so in the most effective way possible. Through this webinar, participants will be able to: 1) identify why student power and influence are important to our students and our institutions, 2) describe how student leaders navigate power and influence to achieve their goals and objectives, and 3) employ methods to help student leaders navigate power and influence in the most effective way possible. The webinar will use a combination of presentation to share the findings and recommendations of the research and discussion to encourage participants to share their reflections on the research and their own experiences related to the topic.
  • Advising
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events

  • "Helping Our Student Leaders to Be Effective in Navigating Power and Influence to Achieve Their Goals and Objectives" webinar
    Institution: The George Washington University
    Author(s): Robert Snyder
    Published: 4/2/2019   
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    Our experiences on our own campuses likely validate the findings of recent editions of the UCLA Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Survey that today’s college students are the most likely to protest in half a century. Students are using their voices and, indeed, their power, to be part of and influence the institutional conversation on important issues. Based on the presenter’s doctoral dissertation research on how student leaders navigate power and influence to achieve their goals and objectives, this session is an opportunity to learn how we as student affairs professionals can help student leaders to do so in the most effective way possible. Through this webinar, participants will be able to: 1) identify why student power and influence are important to our students and our institutions, 2) describe how student leaders navigate power and influence to achieve their goals and objectives, and 3) employ methods to help student leaders navigate power and influence in the most effective way possible. The webinar will use a combination of presentation to share the findings and recommendations of the research and discussion to encourage participants to share their reflections on the research and their own experiences related to the topic.
  • Advising
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events

  • "Storytelling: Developing Reports that Show the Impact of Campus Activities" slides - Austin Community College
    Institution: Austin Community College
    Author(s): Kelly Brown
    Published: 3/28/2019   
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    Panelists from Austin Community College and Denison University will discuss how they tell the story of the impact of their campus activities/student life departments and the value they bring to their institutions. As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be able to: - Identify strategies to effectively collect student data - Identify multiple campus partners that can assist in the ethical collection of data - Identify multiple sources of data using a theory-to-practice framework - Utilize the data they collect to create a compelling narrative for the relevance and vision of an office - Differentiate data that affects your work versus data that is evidence of your work - Experiment with reverse program-design based on assessment data
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • Curriculum / Co-curriculum
  • NACA Events
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Learning / Learning Outcomes

  • "Storytelling: Developing Reports that Show the Impact of Campus Activities" slides - Denison University
    Institution: Denison University
    Author(s): Matthew Vetter
    Published: 3/28/2019   
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    Panelists from Austin Community College and Denison University will discuss how they tell the story of the impact of their campus activities/student life departments and the value they bring to their institutions. As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be able to: - Identify strategies to effectively collect student data - Identify multiple campus partners that can assist in the ethical collection of data - Identify multiple sources of data using a theory-to-practice framework - Utilize the data they collect to create a compelling narrative for the relevance and vision of an office - Differentiate data that affects your work versus data that is evidence of your work - Experiment with reverse program-design based on assessment data
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • Curriculum / Co-curriculum
  • NACA Events
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Learning / Learning Outcomes

  • "Storytelling: Developing Reports that Show the Impact of Campus Activities" webinar
    Institution: Austin Community College and Denison University
    Author(s): Kelly Brown and Matthew Vetter
    Published: 3/28/2019   
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    Panelists from Austin Community College and Denison University will discuss how they tell the story of the impact of their campus activities/student life departments and the value they bring to their institutions. As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be able to: - Identify strategies to effectively collect student data - Identify multiple campus partners that can assist in the ethical collection of data - Identify multiple sources of data using a theory-to-practice framework - Utilize the data they collect to create a compelling narrative for the relevance and vision of an office - Differentiate data that affects your work versus data that is evidence of your work - Experiment with reverse program-design based on assessment data
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • Curriculum / Co-curriculum
  • NACA Events
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Learning / Learning Outcomes

  • Student Leadership Syllabus
    Institution: University of Central Florida
    Author(s): Eric Smith and Gwen Dailey
    Published: 3/1/2019   
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    The Student Leadership Syllabus serves as a document that details learning outcomes, expectations, and ways in which student leaders will learn and develop throughout their tenure.
  • Advising
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • Benchmarking
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Curriculum / Co-curriculum
  • Experiential Learning
  • Forms
  • Student Affairs / Higher Education
  • Student Employees
  • Student Learning / Learning Outcomes
  • Training
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Intellectual Growth
  • Leadership Development

  • NACA Competencies for Campus Activities Professionals - Self Assessment Worksheet
    Institution: University of Miami (FL), Christopher Newport University (VA)
    Author(s): Joshua Brandfon, Katie Winstead Reichner
    Published: 2/22/2019   
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    This tool is designed to help you determine strengths and areas of growth connected to NACA's Competencies for Campus Activities Professionals. Please see the related powerpoint file, "Mapping Your Path to Success in Campus Activities."
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • Graduate Students
  • Mentoring
  • NACA Events
  • NACA Publications
  • Staff Development

  • Back on Track: Restructuring your programming board - power point
    Institution: Rollins College
    Author(s): Jade Taylor, Sydney Rock
    Published: 2/19/2019   
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    Adapting to new generations of students’ programming needs can prove challenging. A programming board on a small campus cannot be effective if the job functions are irrelevant to the current climate needs. In this session we will discuss restructuring and rebranding and the positive effect it can have on your board. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • NACA Events
  • Planning
  • Program Boards
  • Student Engagement
  • Collaboration
  • Event Management

  • Diversity Through the Lens: Then and Now slides
    Institution: SUNY Oneonta
    Author(s): bill harcleroad
    Published: 2/19/2019   
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    This session will challenge us to think about diversity and inclusion using short films from the early 1970’s and 2000’s. We will view clips from “Eye of the Beholder” the original blue eye/brown eye Jane Elliot experiment and “Silent Beats” a short film by Jon Chu. Both provide us with insights about ourselves and others. We will discuss what has changed in the 30 years in between and what hasn’t. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Diversity / Social Justice
  • NACA Events
  • Meaningful Interpersonal Relationships
  • Social Responsibility

  • Keep your Late Night going without burning the midnight oil! slides
    Institution: Springfield College and Colby College
    Author(s): Kali Barnhart and Nathan Baird
    Published: 2/19/2019   
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    With a student and adviser perspective, how do you successfully implement, reinvent or change Late Night programming on your campus? Presenters will present on their experiences in re-creating effective Late Night programs from implementing unique events on a budget and creating a marketing strategy to attract college students to the programs. Highlighting Late Night programs on Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays night, Springfield College has transformed Late Night programming options for the college campus by creating series of Late Night programming opportunities that are both unique and homegrown. Learn about new Late Night events you can bring back to your campus and implement easily. We will be sharing tips & tricks from personal experiences, while offering opportunities for the participants to share their success, struggles, and questions in regards to the topic. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Budgets
  • Collaboration
  • Late-Night Programs
  • NACA Events
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Scheduling
  • Spirit / Traditions
  • Event Management

  • Mapping Your Path to Success in Campus Activities slides
    Institution: Christopher Newport University (VA), University of Miami (FL)
    Author(s): Katie Winstead Reichner, Joshua Brandfon
    Published: 2/19/2019   
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    Do you wish there was a road map to becoming an stand-out campus activities professional? There is! The new NACA Competencies for Campus Activities Professionals provides a detailed guide for skill development for new, mid-level, and experienced professionals.This session takes a deeper look at the Competencies through the lens of a Graduate Student, and explores how you can tailor your experience to develop the skills essential to excelling in campus activities. Special focus will be given to the tools, resources, and volunteer opportunities available to you through NACA! Learn from two seasoned NACA volunteer leaders about how to maximize your time in graduate school through our association. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • Conferences
  • Experiential Learning
  • Graduate Students
  • Mentoring
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development

  • Student Leadership Syllabus: An Advisor Guide
    Institution: University of Central Florida
    Author(s): Gwen Dailey and Eric Smith
    Published: 2/19/2019   
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    This presentation presents the Student Leader Syllabus and a guide to implementing a similar program on your own campus. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Advising
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • Benchmarking
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Curriculum / Co-curriculum
  • Experiential Learning
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events
  • Student Affairs / Higher Education
  • Student Employees
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Learning / Learning Outcomes
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Clarified Values
  • Intellectual Growth
  • Leadership Development

  • #YouCanDoIt #WePromise: Integrating Scholarly Work into Everyday Practice - Handout
    Institution: NACA's Research and Scholarship Group (RSG)
    Author(s): Zachary N. Clark, Dustin Evatt-Young, and Loreal Robertson
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    We know, we know. You’re either too busy to think about integrating scholarly work into your day-to-day work, or it just doesn’t fit in what you do on your campuses. However, NACA’s Research and Scholarship Group (RSG) believes that #YouCanDoIt. Integrating scholarly work won’t add hundreds of hours to your already packed work-weeks and can be incredibly easy and applicable to your daily work. #WePromise! RSG, through its Research Agenda, undertakes several projects each year to increase and legitimize the work done by all of us in campus activities in research, evaluation, assessment, and scholarship, adding valuable information to the national discourse in higher education. Stop by this panel discussion to learn about RSG’s current projects, hear about some examples of how professionals easily and meaningfully integrate scholarly work in their daily practice, and share a few ideas of your own on this valuable topic. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development
  • School Member Resources

  • #YouCanDoIt #WePromise: Integrating Scholarly Work into Everyday Practice - Presentation Slides
    Institution: NACA's Research and Scholarship Group (RSG)
    Author(s): Zachary N. Clark, Dustin Evatt-Young, and Loreal Robertson
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    We know, we know. You’re either too busy to think about integrating scholarly work into your day-to-day work, or it just doesn’t fit in what you do on your campuses. However, NACA’s Research and Scholarship Group (RSG) believes that #YouCanDoIt. Integrating scholarly work won’t add hundreds of hours to your already packed work-weeks and can be incredibly easy and applicable to your daily work. #WePromise! RSG, through its Research Agenda, undertakes several projects each year to increase and legitimize the work done by all of us in campus activities in research, evaluation, assessment, and scholarship, adding valuable information to the national discourse in higher education. Stop by this panel discussion to learn about RSG’s current projects, hear about some examples of how professionals easily and meaningfully integrate scholarly work in their daily practice, and share a few ideas of your own on this valuable topic. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development
  • School Member Resources
  • Student Affairs / Higher Education

  • A Series of Programming Events slides
    Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Author(s): J.B. Bailey, Veronica Bjorkman, & Romi Dehler
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    Series programming can be a key component to any campus programming board. However, organizing and implementing a successful series can be a daunting challenge, that if not done correctly, can end up being more trouble than it is worth. The "Weekend Films at the Union" series at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Illini Union will be used a model for participants to learn what steps to take to create their own successful programming series. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Budgets
  • Marketing
  • NACA Events
  • Planning
  • Program Boards
  • Programming / Event Management

  • Drop your phone & the throw your computer out the window; How to assess your programs without technology - slides
    Institution: Rutgers University - New Brunswick
    Author(s): Julia Crimi, Jennifer Simon, Alexandra Papakonstantis and Elyse Washington
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    Looking for a new way to collect data at your on-campus programs? With recent resource constraints, we must determine who is utilizing our programs and services, and who we are missing. This session will explain how Rutgers University Programming Association - New Brunswick utilizes interactive poster boards to find out what students they are reaching on campus, and how they are reaching these students (ex. Facebook, Digital signage, etc.). This technology-free method is a great alternative for schools that are interested in collecting data but do not have access to a student identification swipe system, or reliable wireless internet connection at events. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • NACA Events
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Student Engagement
  • Assessment and Evaluation

  • Good Luck, Have Fun: Igniting Your Esports Community on Campus slides
    Institution: DePaul University
    Author(s): Courtney James
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    League of Legends, Rocket League, Overwatch. If you aren’t familiar with these terms yet, you will be in the very near future. These popular Esports games make up just part of the market of an emerging trend on college campuses. This session will explore basic information on Esports; will provide things to think about when considering an Esports program; and will give session attendees some considerations when exploring an Esports program on their individual campus based on reflection from experiences at DePaul University. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • NACA Events
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Student Engagement
  • Technology
  • Event Management

  • Up Your Game! Presentation Tips and Tricks - handout 1
    Institution: SUNY Oneonta
    Author(s): bill harcleroad (layout)
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    How colors effect decisions. Source: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/undertheinfluence/colour-schemes-how-colours-make-us-buy-1.2801830 Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • Conferences
  • Marketing
  • NACA Events
  • Presentation Skills
  • Effective Communication

  • Up Your Game! Presentation Tips and Tricks - handout 2
    Institution: SUNY Oneonta
    Author(s): bill harcleroad (layout)
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    Ted Commandments Original Source unknown - best printed on parchment Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • Conferences
  • Marketing
  • NACA Events
  • Presentation Skills
  • Effective Communication

  • Up Your Game! Presentation Tips and Tricks slides
    Institution: SUNY Oneonta
    Author(s): bill harcleroad
    Published: 2/18/2019   
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    The problem with PowerPoint isn't PowerPoint, its that people don't use it properly. This presentation focuses on tips and tricks learned throughout a career that started in instructional support services and continued in student affairs. Updated with 2 podcast clips. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • Conferences
  • NACA Events
  • Presentation Skills
  • Professional Development
  • Effective Communication

  • Leadership and Your Bucket List handout
    Institution: University of North Florida (Effective April 15, 2019 Buena Vista University)
    Author(s): Dr. Lucy Shaffer Croft
    Published: 2/17/2019   
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    There is nothing greater then setting a goal and successfully achieving it. Through the sharing of personal experiences while crossing items off the “bucket list”, the presenter will take participants through a journey of self-discovery that will lead them to exploring what brings them joy in life while identifying leadership lessons along the way. As a result of attending this interactive and self-reflective session, participants will be able to: • Establish a strong foundation from which to guide your path • Develop strategies to lead yourself before leading others • Identify your bucket list to achieve throughout your life • Designate a group of confidants for accountability Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events
  • Clarified Values
  • Leadership Development

  • Leadership and Your Bucket List slides
    Institution: University of North Florida (Effective April 15, 2019: Buena Vista University)
    Author(s): Dr. Lucy Shaffer Croft
    Published: 2/17/2019   
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    There is nothing greater then setting a goal and successfully achieving it. Through the sharing of personal experiences while crossing items off the “bucket list”, the presenter will take participants through a journey of self-discovery that will lead them to exploring what brings them joy in life while identifying leadership lessons along the way. As a result of attending this interactive and self-reflective session, participants will be able to: • Establish a strong foundation from which to guide your path • Develop strategies to lead yourself before leading others • Identify your bucket list to achieve throughout your life • Designate a group of confidants for accountability Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events
  • Clarified Values
  • Leadership Development

  • NACA Talks: Board of Directors Selection Process 2019 National Convention
    Institution: NACA Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Directors
    Author(s): Dr. Lucy Shaffer Croft
    Published: 2/17/2019   
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    Learn about the nominating and selection process for the NACA Board of Directors.
  • NACA Events

  • Show Up, Sign Up, Level Up: How to Create an Atmosphere of Involvement and Engagement presentation
    Institution: University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    Author(s): Veronica Riepe
    Published: 2/17/2019   
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    We are continually trying to find ways to get students involved. We promise social benefits, tout skills gained through participation, and even share data to prove why getting engaged on campus will be useful. However, this is often done in isolation within a single department. With this in mind, our team took a different approach and developed Show Up, Sign Up, Level Up, an initiative that combines the three pieces of involvement which applies to engagement while in college and is a process that students will utilize throughout life. How do students know if they want to join something unless they check it out first (Show Up). Once they have been to a few things, they can decide where they want to spend their time (Sign Up). Once they are involved, they will take on more responsibilities and learn new skills (Level Up). Come hear how this campaign has expanded to include other Student and Academic Affairs departments throughout campus. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Collaboration
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Organizations
  • Collaboration
  • Leadership Development

  • Student Leaders: What Comes Next? (Transferring Skills to a Career After College) slides
    Institution: University of South Florida, St. Petersburg
    Author(s): Joshua Miller & Jessica Chandler
    Published: 2/17/2019   
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    Group Work is now commonplace in the working world, and having the skills to work effectively in groups is essential to success. Student leaders develop these skills, often without even realizing it, but have trouble seeing how they transfer to life after college. In this interactive lecture, the goal is to outline exactly what skills are being developed and show how to effectively communicate them to a future employer. Group dynamics, effective resume writing, common interview tips, and effective leadership are all topics that will be covered in this presentation. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Experiential Learning
  • Leadership Development
  • Leadership Education
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Learning / Learning Outcomes
  • Effective Communication
  • Leadership Development

  • Why You Didn't Get That Job slides
    Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Author(s): J.B. Bailey & Romi Dehler
    Published: 2/17/2019   
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    This session will give participants the opportunity to hear from the experiences of both a new professional who spent nearly a year searching before finding success and a veteran hiring authority. Participants will learn of the various highs and lows they might experience during the search process as well as coping methods to deal with frustration and disappointment. Tips and feedback of what Student Activities hiring authorities look for in a candidate will also be shared. Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to form a support network with other session participants. Presented at the 2019 NACA National Convention in Columbus, OH.
  • Career Development / Employability Skills
  • Graduate Students
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development

  • Getting Ready for #NACA19- Associate Edition
    Institution: Associate Advisory Group
    Author(s): Danny Mackey- Neon Entertainement, Dave Stevens- Concert Ideas, Victoria Moulterie- NACA Associate Services Manager, Caroline Carter- Coker College
    Published: 2/4/2019   
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    Are you new to NACA or a seasoned associate? If you are exhibiting for your first time or experienced exhibitor, join us to learn about preparing for National Convention!! From conference prep to being onsite, we'll share important information, helpful tips, and changes from past conventions to make your experience as smooth as possible. Office staff and experienced NACA associate members will lead the presentation and Q&A.
  • Associate Member Resources
  • NACA Events

  • The Dream in Practice Webinar Series - Male Involvement in Campus Activities
    Institution: Florida State University
    Author(s): Dorsey Spencer
    Published: 1/29/2019   
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    Each year, there are fewer male students enrolling in college. Additionally, the males that do attend college are not as eager to get involved with student leader positions on campus. This webinar showcased how Florida State University is supporting their male students through a Black Male Leadership class.
  • Academics
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Diversity / Social Justice
  • Leadership Education
  • Mentoring
  • NACA Events

  • The Dream in Practice Webinar Series - What’s Involvement Got to Do With Underrepresented College Students’ Success?
    Institution: Do Good Work Educational Consulting LLC
    Author(s): Dr. Terrell Strayhorn
    Published: 1/23/2019   
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    Decades of empirical research have shown that involvement matters in terms of college student success. Students who are involved purposefully in meaningful high-quality experiences earn better grades, persist at higher rates, and feel better about their overall experience compared to less- or non-involved peers. More recent research has demonstrated that investing time and energy to collegiate activities (clubs/organizations), sports, fraternities, gospel choirs, and more fosters a strong sense of belonging for students, especially underrepresented groups. In this webinar, Dr. Terrell Strayhorn, author of College Students’ Sense of Belonging: A Key to Educational Success for All Students, shares his theory of belonging, new insights from the 2nd edition of his book, and highlights practical example of how we can promote involvement, foster belonging, and ensure student success on an array of college campuses! At the end, participants in this webinar will be able to: -Articulate the connection between students’ involvement in campus activities and student success -Identify and describe the core elements of Strayhorn’s (2019) revised theory of belonging -Draw linkages between involvement, belonging, and students’ sense of mattering -List and explain at least three (3) ways to foster students belonging through campus involvement -Recall and list at least three (3) experts or resources on the topic of involvement and belonging -Apply information from the webinar to immediate practice in forming new or revising existing campus activities
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Diversity / Social Justice
  • NACA Events
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