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P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Live Briefings-Spring 2021 Series

Virtual Live Briefings Supporting the Profession Mid-Level New Professional Senior Level

January - May 2021

The purpose of the NASPA Advisory Services P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Live Briefing Series is to provide virtual presentations on critical student affairs topics spanning across NASPA Advisory Services’ signature framework, P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S., and its foundational elements for student affairs divisions: policies and procedures for campus safety, resources, academic affairs partnerships, compliance, technology, inclusion, community, evidence-based practices and student success. This framework is applicable to divisions of student affairs and services regardless of institutional size, location, or type.

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A signature online professional development series: Support your staff. Enhance your practice. Strengthen your division.

In a time that resources are stretched and in-person professional development opportunities are limited, the NASPA Advisory Services P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Live Briefing Series is a resource-conscious way to provide live and on-demand online professional development to student affairs staff at all levels.

This Live Briefing Series, offered via subscription or a la carte, features virtual presentations on critical student affairs topics spanning across NASPA Advisory Services’ signature framework, P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S., and its foundational elements for student affairs divisions: policies and procedures for campus safety, resources, academic affairs partnerships, compliance, technology, inclusion, community, evidence-based practices and student success. This framework is applicable to divisions of student affairs and services regardless of institutional size, location, or type.

Nine 60-minute live briefings, one per foundational element topic, will be offered in the spring (January 2021-May 2021). A subscription to the series will allow customization of a division’s professional development experience, providing diverse topics and the opportunity to determine whether to provide the professional development briefing to staff live, as-scheduled, or on-demand, to fit with staff needs.

The NASPA Advisory Services P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Live Briefing Series is a flexible, effective way to provide a comprehensive professional development series to all levels of staff.

Learn more about NASPA Advisory Services signature framework, P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. below.

P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S

P - Policy

Student affairs divisions should seek to have relevant, current, and appropriate policies, protocols, and processes that foster a safe, diverse, and welcoming community for all students. Student affairs policies and procedures should aspire to be mission sensitive and accessible, and designed to inform, support, and protect students as well as guide practitioners.

R - Resources

Student affairs leaders should seek to possess a thorough understanding of their institution’s budget and resource allocations. Divisions of student affairs should pursue current and appropriate methods of funding programs, services, and operations while also identifying potential new sources of funding internally and externally (e.g., government and state funding and grants, foundations, non-profits and public-private partnerships.)

A - Academics

Divisions of student affairs should aspire to align and partner with academic affairs and strengthen a culture of continued student enrollment, academic progress, and student success. Working collaboratively with academic affairs, student affairs divisions should seek to support institutional practices that foster academic progress as well as limit those practices that inhibit learning, early attrition, and degree completion.

C - Compliance

Student affairs divisions should seek to dedicate appropriate attention, and adhere, to compliance requirements with laws, regulations, and policies that relate to their respective responsibilities and that pose legal obligations, limitations, risks, and liabilities for students and the institution as a whole.

T - Technology

Student affairs divisions should aspire to have adequate and current technology to support the achievement of their mission and goals as well as to facilitate student learning and development, and digital literacy.

I - Inclusion

Student affairs divisions should strive to cultivate, strengthen, and sustain an inclusive and equitable community for all campus members, especially students. Student affairs should seek ways to ensure access, voice, acknowledgment, opportunity, and participation at all levels of students’ experiences.

C - Community

Student affairs divisions should work to promote efforts to convey to all enrolled students that they are important and valued. The institution should pursue systems and adequate opportunities for students to have a sense of safety, belonging, and campus pride. Student affairs leadership should seek to have external involvement (e.g., city, town, county, local area) supporting the institution and its students.

E - Evidence

Student affairs divisions should strive to regularly assess programs and services, and use the respective data as the basis for decision-making in regard to the effectiveness, impact, and quality of work. Student affairs divisions should seek to demonstrate that they are using evidence-based information and knowledge to design and implement initiatives that result in improved student learning, as well as to allocate and repurpose resources.

S - Students

Student affairs divisions should strive to be responsive to contemporary students and current trends in higher education, understand current student affairs trends and services, engage in student success initiatives, and focus on the completion efforts of the institution.

Registration

NASPA individual members and Voting Delegates have access to member pricing for all NASPA events. If you are not a NASPA individual member, please visit our membership section to learn more about membership types and benefits. In many cases, an annual NASPA membership plus the event member registration fee are still less than the event non-member registration fee. We hope you’ll consider joining today!

 

Early Bird Registration

before 01/6/21

Regular Registration

01/7/21 - 01/11/21

$199 Member $225 Member
$399 Non-member $435 Non-member

 

A la carte, individual live briefings will be offered at $29 per event for NASPA Members and $99 per event for non-NASPA Members. Individual event registration will be available at a future date.

Policies and Contact Information

Contact Information
Registration Issues/Questions:  
NASPA Main Office - (202) 265-7500
Program Questions/General Information:
Abby Vollmer - (202) 719-1199 
Payment Policies

To view NASPA's complete payment policies and procedures, click here.

Captioning Assistance

Text Captioning Support: NASPA kindly requests five business days notice for captioning requests. You can request captioning within the online registration process. If your registration is received within the five business days prior to the live event, you will be contacted by NASPA staff.

P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Spring Live Briefing Sessions

January 2021
Element: Compliance
Talking BITS: Addressing the Common Challenges of Today's Behavioral Intervention Teams

 

February 2021
Element: Resources

Get On Board: Developing New (and New-to-a-role) Employees

 
February 2021
Element: Policy
Tobacco 21: What New Regulations Mean for the Design of Tobacco and Nicotine-Free Campus Environments
 
March 2021
Element: Academics
Bridging the Gap Between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs: An Inclusive Model for Collaboration

 

March 2021
Element: Technology
Where’s the Online Support? Collaboratively Improving Support Services for Online Students

 

April 2021
Element: Inclusion
Every Story Matters: How Texas A&M University Inspires Belonging and Highlights Student Engagement Through Visual Storytelling
 
April 2021
Element: Community
Markers and Making Change: Using Design Thinking to Impact Campus Culture and Community
 
May 2021
Element: Evidence
Sit on the Shelf? Not Ours! Sustaining a Strategic Plan

 

May 2021
Element: Students
Positioning Transfer Students for Success: How Different Campus Units Can Create Programming to Help Transfer Students Be Successful