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AVP Dialogue: Protests During a Pandemic: What AVPs Should Consider When Managing Students’ Rights

Virtual Engagement Events Civic Engagement Supporting the Profession Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Division AVP or "Number Two" Senior Level

The NASPA AVP Steering Committee has established the AVP Dialogue Series to provide additional opportunities to AVPs (and the equivalent) for professional discourse on topics that impact our institutions, our students, and the profession. Each topic-specific dialogue will be facilitated by one or more of your AVP peers who will kick off the discussion and provide enough structure for attendees to get the most out of this opportunity to engage virtually in a community of similarly professionally situated colleagues. This is not intended to be a “sit and listen while doing other things” experience. We expect participating AVPs to be fully engaged in the dialogue…the conversation will go where you take it!

If you’re a sitting AVP (or the equivalent), please join your “AVPeeps” for the next Dialogue on October 26!

Presented By

 AVP Steering Committee

Protests During a Pandemic: What AVPs Should Consider When Managing Students’ Rights

Monday, October 26, 2020 | 2:00PM - 3:00PM ET

During a time of polarizing politics, a racial reckoning, and a continuing pandemic our students are mobilizing and making their voices heard. Please join your fellow AVP colleagues for a dialogue about how to manage student demonstrations while protecting the health and safety of the campus and community. How do we manage both in-person and virtual student protests during COVID-19? This is an opportunity for us to discuss these topics during a facilitated conversation. (This engagement opportunity is limited to assistant/associate vice presidents and the equivalent.)



Space is limited for these FREE AVP-exclusive discussions, and all participants must report directly to the highest-ranking student affairs officer on their campus. If you have any questions about the AVP Dialogue Series, please contact Erik Kneubuehl, associate vice chancellor of student involvement and leadership, East Carolina University at kneubuhle14@ecu.edu.



Past AVP Dialogues

AVP Dialogue: Organizational Change and Leadership Transitions
Thursday, May 14, 12:00-1:00pm ET
Facilitators: Daniel Maxwell, associate vice chancellor for student affairs for the University of Houston System/associate vice president for student affairs at University of Houston and Jeff Orgera, associate vice provost at University of Nevada, Las Vegas

AVP Dialogue: Free Speech and Political Expression
Thursday, May 7, 1:00-2:00pm ET
Facilitators: Adam Sterritt, assistant vice president for student life at The University of Alabama and Terrence Frazier, assistant vice president for student affairs at Michigan State University

AVP Dialogue: Mental Health and Well-being
Thursday, April 30, 12:00-1:00pm ET
Facilitators: Amy Pennington, associate vice president for student affairs/dean of students & Title IX coordinator at Arkansas Tech University and Danette Saylor, assistant vice president and dean of student success at Dillard University