Staff Notes

Jen Skidmore, Student Success Center, co-presented “Forward Momentum for Financial Literacy: Building a National Coalition for Financial Success” at the 2014 NASPA Annual Conference.

Ed Miller, Financial Aid and Scholarships, presented “Financial Aid: Once a Position, Now a Profession” at the South Carolina Association of Student  Financial Aid Administrators’ Leadership Symposium.

Kelsey Jarrett, HESA, and Courtney Tipton, HESA, presented “Reinventing the Leadership Dialogue with Generation Y” at the South Carolina Showcase.

Amber Fallucca, University Housing, presented “Using Technology-Based Assessments to Measure Residential Engagement and to Identify Early Intervention Needs: Implications for Student Affairs” at the 2014 NASPA Annual Conference, as well as “Creating Technology-Based Methods to Measure Residential Engagement and Community Outcomes” at the 2014 ACPA Annual Conference.

Jennifer Keup, The First-Year Experience, co-presented a panel titled “Wonder Women: Leaning In as Women in Student Affairs”, “The Power of Peers: Exploring the Impact of Peer Leadership Experiences”, and “Surveying the National Landscape of First-Year Seminars: A High-Impact Practice” at the 2014 ACPA Annual Conference.

Lisa Jerald, Student Affairs, won the Supervisor of the Year award at the Student Employee Appreciation Luncheon.

Kevin Clarke, University 101 Programs, and Maegan Gudridge, Student Affairs and Academic Support, co-presented “Supporting Internal Communication and Professional Development for a Student Affairs Division” at the ACPA-College Student Educators International Convention in Indianapolis.Kevin Clarke, University 101 Programs, and Annie Kelly, University of Kentucky, co-presented “Enhancing Student Learning through Effective Teaching: A Training Workshop” at the ACPA-College Student Educators International Convention in Indianapolis.

 
Have you delivered a presentation? Been published? Won an award? Hired a new staff member? Send us the details at sastayin@mailbox.sc.edu
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