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Stop! Collaborate and Listen: A Roundtable for New Professionals. Presented by:. Kelly Ammendolia , M.A., Assistant Director of Residence Life, University of Puget Sound. Curran Craig, BSc (Special), Residence Life Coordinator, Grant MacEwan University. NWACUHO Conference February 2010.

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Stop collaborate and listen a roundtable for new professionals

Stop! Collaborate and Listen:A Roundtable for New Professionals

Presented by:

Kelly Ammendolia, M.A.,

Assistant Director of Residence Life,

University of Puget Sound

Curran Craig, BSc(Special),

Residence Life Coordinator,

Grant MacEwan University

NWACUHO Conference February 2010


Talking points

Talking Points

The Personal Life of a New Professional

  • Live-in Lifestyles and work-life balance

  • Understanding Institutional culture and “fit”

  • When is it time to move on/up in the field

  • How to create a professional development plan and how/when to get involved regionally/nationally


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Talking Points

Utilizing Technology

  • Ideas for technology infusion into trainings and programming

  • Facebook and other media for publication and recruitment

  • Issues surrounding the use of technology


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Talking Points

Working with Millennial Student Trends

  • Mental Health Practices

  • Issues related to student staff and residents

  • Advising versus supervising

  • Student conduct/discipline models and practices

  • Training models and programming initiatives


Don t forget

Don’t forget…

  • Sign up for the mailing list to keep in contact, ask questions and keep the ideas flowing!


Thank you

Thank you!

  • Questions?


References

References

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  • http://www.ouw.co.uk/info/images/Technology.jpg

  • http://www.clearcrystalmedia.com/gc/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/bar-graph-300x299.jpg

  • http://bplteensofwa.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/to-do-list.jpg

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