Top 10 Places To Walk, Run & Bike In Indianapolis At ACPA 2014 ACPAORG
Keeping to your fitness routine while at ACPA 2014, or taking a mental break from program sessions and Career Central at Convention, there are plenty of options in our 2014 Convention city! From America's largest half marathon to an urban trail transforming downtown, Indy has plenty of paths perfect for pounding the pavement (and grass). Follow #ACPA14 on Twitter and like us on Facebook.
Do Some Have An Overly Idealistic View Of Internationalization? University World News
Most international educators have a very positive feeling about the contribution their work will make to students' personal and professional development and to peace and mutual understanding in the world. They are driven by their enthusiasm and by the opportunities that European programs such as Erasmus+ and other scholarship schemes offer. For them, international education is not only a job but an ideal.
Frank Shushok, Jr., Ph.D. Named Editor Of About Campus ACPA
Frank Shushok Jr., serves as the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Virginia Tech. He replaces Jean Henschild, Ph.D., who is retiring this fall from her role as Editor of About Campus. Shushok said, "A widely-read forum for all those committed to effective and innovative student learning practices, About Campus is a powerful venue for discourse that translates cutting-edge scholarship into the kind of campus behavior that strengthens the fundamental purpose of our collective work — student learning." Gregory Roberts,Eexecutive Director of ACPA — College Student Educators International, said Shushok's innovative work at Virginia Tech will inform his perspective as executive editor of About Campus. "Frank's experience both as a scholar and practitioner makes him the ideal candidate to lead the publication for the next generation," said Roberts. "We are excited to add Dr. Shushok's name to the list of talented executive editors who have served the association and the profession for nearly 20 years." Subscribe Today.
Try Volunteering To Build Job Skills As An International Student U.S. News & World Report The opportunity to study as an international student comes with many advantages and only a few limitations. One of those drawbacks is the need to obtain a student visa, which restricts international students' options for off-campus employment.
Tobacco Free College Campuses ED.gov Blog Approximately 18.9 percent of young adults in the U.S. between the ages of 18-24 smoke. And as documented by the 2012 U.S. Surgeon General's Report, almost no one starts smoking after age 25.
10 Highest-Priced Public Colleges For Out-Of-State Students U.S. News & World Report The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas.
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Anyone Still Listening? Educators Consider Killing The Lecture MindShift
Scott Aikin admits that he's "a very conservative pedagogue." That's why the author and Associate Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University says that, this fall, he's asking his students to keep their laptops at home. Instead, he wants their full attention for his main method of teaching: lecturing. "I call it 'the chalk and talk.' I have a piece of chalk and I talk. I fill the board with notes and sometimes diagram things or map out an argument. Students are allowed to stop and ask questions or challenge at any time, and I'll make good on answers. That's it. Students only need pens and paper for the class (if not their books, too)," he said.
2014 Veteran Symposium Call For Programs ACPA
The Veteran Symposium for Higher Education program committee is now accepting program proposals for the 2014 Veteran Symposium to be held in Louisville, Kentucky on February 23-25. Special consideration will be given to research and innovative programs that focus on: academic support, career services, counseling and health services, campus housing, orientation and mentoring, retention efforts, and women veterans. Evaluation of proposals will begin immediately. Proposals should be submitted on or before August 1, 2013. Complete the program proposal submission form. The Veteran Symposium for Higher Education is a program supported by ACPA — College Student Educators International, other higher education associations, and the University of Louisville. For more information about the symposium go to http://stuaff.org/veterans.
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Try Volunteering To Build Job Skills As An International Student U.S. News & World Report
The opportunity to study as an international student comes with many advantages and only a few limitations. One of those drawbacks is the need to obtain a student visa, which restricts international students' options for off-campus employment. Students are permitted to hold jobs on campus, such as in retail or customer service positions, to help cover expenses and supplement funding from scholarships and loans. But what if your future career is in another field?
Register Today For The 7th Annual Residential Curriculum Institute (RCI) ACPA
The University of South Carolina and ACPA's Commissions for Housing and Residential Life and Assessment and Evaluation welcome you to Columbia, South Carolina starting October 20 through October 23 for this immersive professional development experience. Sessions offered at RCI are designed both for institutions new to the residential curriculum approach and for those with more advanced experience. Early bird rates are in effect through September 19, 2013. Register today.
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Ranking America's Top Colleges 2013 Forbes
For the sixth year, Forbes has partnered with the Washington, D.C.-based Center for College Affordability and Productivity for The Top Colleges in the U.S. The FORBES list of 650 schools distinguishes itself from competitors by our belief in "output" over "input." We're not all that interested in what gets a student into college, like our peers who focus heavily on selectivity metrics such as high school class rank, SAT scores and the like. Our sights are set directly on ROI: What are students getting out of college?
#SATech Unconference ACPA
ACPA is pleased to support the #SAtech Unconference movement this summer. The unconferences seek to connect those in our profession interested in learning and sharing knowledge about technology in Student Affairs; to expose professionals to the "Unconference" model of professional development / learning; and to foster unique opportunities for networking, by building something together, onsite, through the common interest groups. There will be multiple Student Affairs Technology Unconference events happening throughout the US and Canada in 2013! What started in Boston in 2011 with one event has expanded to multiple events and counting throughout the US and Canada! Join us in Boston, Chicago, Toronto, or another Unconference city this summer!
About ACPA-College Student Educators International: American College Personnel Association (ACPA), headquartered in Washington, D.C. at the National Center for Higher Education, has nearly 7,500 members representing 1,200 private and public institutions from across the U.S. and around the world. For more information, please visit www.myacpa.org.
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