Monthly Archives: April 2011

Understanding Our Impact: Reflections on the College Experience from University Presidents.

As some of you may know, I am a second year doctoral student at DePaul University. The working title of my dissertation is called “A High Heel in the Door: Challenges Women Face on the Road to the College Presidency.” … Continue reading

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Changing Students, Evolving Priorities: Challenges for Incoming SSAO’s

I recently picked up a copy of the book “Exceptional Senior Student Affairs Administrators Leadership: Strategies and Competencies for Success,” (2011) edited by Gwen Dungy and Shannon Ellis. This collection of articles are written for current, incoming and aspiring SSAO’s … Continue reading

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Trust the Job Search Process!

It has been wonderful to read about people navigating the Student Affairs job search process on Twitter. As usual, the #sachat community serves as a great mentor for those who ask for help—by reviewing resumes, practicing mock interviews or simply … Continue reading

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How Will You Use Your Princess Power Today?

Maybe princesses have been getting a bad rap. Don’t get me wrong, I certainly understand the concern. Dolls, advertisements and various TV shows try to force women/girls into fitting into some sort of “damsel in distress” model who needs a … Continue reading

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See You in Columbus? Five Reasons to Consider Attending WISA 2011

On June 17th, 2011 the NASPA IV-East region will host the Women in Student Affairs (WISA) drive-in conference at Ohio State University. This one-day professional development opportunity started in 2003 with a small committee of eight women working together to … Continue reading

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