Monthly Archives: February 2011

Are You Ready for Mid-Level? A Top 10 List to Consider Before Moving Up.

At the CAACURH conference this past fall I presented a program session for entry-level housing professionals who are considering the move to mid-level. After the conference I received several emails asking to talk more about the concepts I presented in … Continue reading

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What’s your Institutional Brand?

When I was 18 a dear mentor told me that the two most important decisions I would ever make are 1) Where I decided to go to college and 2) Who I selected as a life partner. As a teenager … Continue reading

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Lessons from GLACUHO: Learn, Lead and Serve

I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as the current President for the Great Lakes Association of College and University Housing Officers (GLACUHO). This is a professional association that connects university administrators who work with our residential students on … Continue reading

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No one told me it was going to be this hard! Navigating the #sadoc journey.

I have always loved a good challenge. In 7th grade our teacher said that we were going to have a reading competition over the summer. Come to school, check out a book, read it, take the comprehension quiz for the … Continue reading

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#3best

Those of us who work in colleges and universities have the privilege of seeing students at their very best and we also have the challenge of seeing them at their very worst. While the good stuff makes us smile and … Continue reading

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What’s your one-word for 2011?

January is a time for new beginnings and as 2010 came to a close I started thinking about the things I wanted to work on in 2011. I thought about how I can improve my life and add to my … Continue reading

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