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SACSA Webinar Series

SACSA offers a webinar series the first Tuesday of each month AT 1:00 PM EST for its members! These webinars are free to attend and last for 60 minutes. SACSA encourages all of its members to consider submitting a proposal to present a webinar. Webinars can be presented by one or more graduate students or student affairs professionals.

If you have questions about submitting a proposal, please contact Kristie Gover or Josh McKee.

You can also view detailed bios of all of our presenters.

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Archived Webinars

 

Upcoming Webinars

May 2018

Title:
Social Innovation in Higher Education: A Toolkit for Success

Description:
At the 2017 SACSA conference, we focused on social innovation within higher education and how, as a framework, it can help student affairs professionals generate bold and innovative solutions in response to pervasive systems of oppression on our campuses. Participate in this webinar to dive deep into the Social Innovation Toolkit designed for SACSA members to discover resources, examples of programs in action, professional organizations, and how to get started.

Presenters:
Ambra Hiott, Leadership & Service Center Director, University of South Carolina

Target Audience:
Graduate students, entry-level professionals, mid-level professionals, senior-level professionals, and chief student affairs officers

Date:
May 24, 2018 at 2:00 PM EST

Length:
60 minutes

RSVP Here!

 

June 2018

Title:
One Love Foundation: An Innovated Approach to Relationship Education

Description:
One Love Foundation is empowering young people to improve their healthy relationship IQ for themselves and others through innovative and relatable film-based content & discussions. Come learn how you can bring One Love’s multi-layered education, awareness and movement-building campaigns to your students, school, and community. 

Presenters:
Annie Forrest, Regional Coordinator (Florida), The One Love Foundation

Target Audience:
Undergraduate students, graduate students, entry-level professionals, mid-level professionals, senior-level professionals, and chief student affairs officers

Date:
June 19, 2018 at 1:00 PM EST

Length:
60 minutes

RSVP Here!


Past WEBINARS

October 2017

Title:
Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Student's Story

Description:
Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are accessing a higher education at greater rates, therefore presenters seek to provide SA professionals with a better understanding of ASD, directly share personal journey of challenges and successes in navigating the college environment with ASD, and provide strategies to include and support them utilizing patience and understanding. With the proper support, most people with ASD have the potential to attend college and attain gainful employment. 

Presenters:
Aimee Bishop, Academic Success Coach, Florida State College at Jacksonville
Elisabeth Bishop, Current Student, Community College of Rhode Island

Target Audience:
Undergraduate students, graduate students, entry-level professionals, mid-level professionals

Date:
October 3, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST

Length:
60 minutes

 

September 2017

Title:
FLSA: How did we get here? Where do we go now?

Description:
This webinar will review the developments that have occurred since the announced updates to the Fair Labor and Standards Act (FLSA) overtime pay for employees. The presentation will revisit the FLSA developments since the original announcement in May of 2016, and will lead directly into a synopsis of the current state of the FLSA updates. Webinar attendees will have an opportunity to share their experiences related to the FLSA updates and provide feedback on the future of FLSA updates. 

Presenter:
Luke Morrill, Associate Dean of Students, Jacksonville University

Target Audience:
Entry-level professionals, mid-level professionals

Date:
September 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST. CANCELLED DUE TO COMPLICATIONS FROM THE RECENT HURRICANES.

Length:
60 minutes

 

March 2017

Title:
Help them Dress Profesh & Learn the Higher Education Culture

Description:
Why didn’t they learn this in college? Do they address professionalism in graduate courses? I don’t know the answer to your questions like this, but I do know the ownership of professionalism comes from everyone.  New professionals need to ask questions.  Veteran professionals need to provide direction.  This webinar shares some common and a few unique ways to help aspiring professionals learn our higher education culture.

Presenter(s):
Tara M. Hart, Associate Director of Admissions, Angelo State University

Target Audience:
Entry-level professionals, mid-level professionals, senior-level professionals, chief student affairs leaders

Date:
March 7, 2017 at 1:00 EST

Length:
60 minutes

 

February 2017

Title:
Creating and Sustaining Positive Change in Your Team or Organization

Description:
We all have been in situations before where the teams we are working with or apart of becomes stagnant, or not operating to their full potential.  As individuals who are fully invested in the success of the group, we often time feel like we have to carry the group.  In our minds we feel like the only way to carry the group is by making change. 

Presenters:
Sean Ryan, Associate Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Longwood University
Mark E. Deschaine, PhD, Assistant Professor, Central Michigan University

Target Audience:
Entry-level professionals, mid-level professionals

Date:
February 13, 2017 at 3:00 PM EST

Length:
90 minutes

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Our Mission
The mission of the Southern Association for College Student Affairs is to advance:
  • Opportunities for professional development;
  • Scholarship, research, and ethical practice; and
  • Understanding of issues impacting students and the student affairs profession, while fostering our core values of inclusiveness, professionalism, and collegiality.