Need to Know, Good to Know
Program Director for Native American Student Affairs (NASA)
White Spring Break Safety Program in Centennial Hall on March 5
Student Affairs Studio with Frank Farias on March 7
in the A.M. continues on March 7
Festival of Books is March 10-11
Affairs invited to coffee talk with Gregory Roberts, Exec. Director of ACPA
Bag Series continues on March 16
colleague or student for the Difference of One Award
Affairs Marketing excels at the 2011-2012 ADDYS
Herstory Month is going on now
residence halls receive LEED platinum certification
STARS Gold Rating for sustainability
Family-Friendly Lunchtime Seminars from UA Life & Work Connections
PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENT AFFAIRS (NASA)
The Dean of Students Office is pleased to
announce the arrival of our new Program Director for Native American Student
Affairs, Kyle Ethelbah. A member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe, Kyle
brings a wealth of experience to The University of Arizona following a
successful career with the Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach
programming at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).
Kyle graduated from the University of Arizona
with degrees in Anthropology and Spanish and has a graduate degree from
UNLV. While at UNLV Kyle served on the State of Nevada Task Force on
American Indian Education, a gubernatorial oversight committee aimed at
increasing access to education for Nevada’s American Indian communities.
Kyle is located in the Native American Student
Affairs Center on the second floor of the Nugent Building. He can
be reached at 626-2300 or via email at email@example.com.
A special thank you to Karen Francis-Begay,
Special Advisor to the President, for chairing the search that brought Kyle to
WHITE SPRING BREAK SAFETY PROGRAM IN CENTENNIAL HALL ON MARCH 5
This free event, sponsored by Fraternity and
Sorority Programs, features Mark Sterner’s presentation entitled “DUI: A
Powerful Lesson.” This poignant story describes Mark’s tragic experience
as an undergraduate student during his senior year spring break. Mark tells the
story of his fraternity brother’s nights out drinking during their spring
break. He also talks about their final night of partying and how he was the one
who ended up with the car keys at the end of the night. The next morning, three
of his friends were dead and Mark lay in hospital bed critically injured and
facing felony charges, all stemming from a drunk-driving accident.
Monday, March 5, 2012 – 7:00pm – Centennial
STUDENT AFFAIRS STUDIO WITH FRANK FARIAS ON MARCH 7
Associate VP Frank Farias will be in the hot
seat for the next Inside the Student Affairs Studios! Join us for coffee,
breakfast pastries, and great conversation as we interview Frank about
everything under the sun. One lucky audience member will also win a dining card
to Union restaurants!
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 – 8:15-9:15am –
Ventana Room, SUMC Level 4
IN THE A.M. CONTINUES ON MARCH 7
Survey Fatigue: Survey fatigue is a
growing concern of all educational practitioners. In this webinar, we will
discuss the current issues campuses face regarding the potential over-surveying
of students. Strategies for addressing this issue will be presented including
methods to increase response rates, web survey best practices, and the use of
incentives. We will discuss recent research in this area and the implications
of this research on the assessment culture at UA.
Campus Labs Via Webinar
Wednesday March 7,
2012 – 8:30-9:30 AM – Tubac Room, SUMC Level 4
For more information
and the full workshop schedule please visit our website at http://www.studentaffairs.arizona.edu/assessment/skill_building_workshop.php
OF BOOKS IS MARCH 10-11
The Tucson Festival of Books brings together
authors, publishers, and the reading public in a family-friendly community
event. Net proceeds of the Festival are used to promote literacy in Southern
March 10-11, 2012 – 9:00am-5:30pm – UA Mall
General admission is free!
Visit the website for more information or to
sign up to volunteer: http://tucsonfestivalofbooks.org
AFFAIRS INVITED TO COFFEE TALK WITH GREGORY ROBERTS, EXEC. DIRECTOR OF ACPA
Roberts, Executive Director of ACPA-College Student Educators International,
will host a coffee talk with members of the UA Division of Student Affairs on
Tuesday, March 13. Gregory will share his thoughts on the current
situation for higher education in Washington, D.C., the state of student
affairs internationally, and field questions from participants about how the
profession can better serve them in their roles on campus.
March 13, 2012 – 1:00 PM – Tubac Room, SUMC Level 4
the Student Affairs Professional Development website for more info:
BAG SERIES CONTINUES ON MARCH 16
Professional Development continues the New
Brown Bag Series: Campus Partnerships/Collaborations, a series that invites
Student Affairs departments to share their best practices in developing
partnerships and collaborative efforts across campus to better serve students.
The next installment will feature Student Learning Services!
Friday, March 16, 2012 – 12:00-1:00pm – Career
Services Workshop Room, SUMC Level 4
All Student Affairs employees are invited to
attend. Bring your lunch and we’ll bring dessert!
the Student Affairs Professional Development website for more info: http://studentaffairs.arizona.edu/vpsoffice/prodev.php
COLLEAGUE OR STUDENT FOR THE DIFFERENCE OF ONE AWARD
Please follow the link below to nominate a
colleague or student for the Difference of One Award. The Difference of One
Award is presented by the SafeCats program, through the Dean of Students
Office, in an effort to recognize students, faculty, and staff who make a
difference by stepping up when a fellow Wildcat is in need.
AFFAIRS MARKETING EXCELS AT THE 2011-2012 ADDYS
The ADDY Awards were created in 1981 to
recognize the most creative advertising produced in Southern Arizona. At the
awards gala on February 18, 2012, our very own Student Affairs Marketing team
not only took home SIX gold awards, but they also won Best of Show – Overall
Body of Work.
Congratulations, Marketing! This is a huge and
Go here to check out Lo Que Pasa for more
HERSTORY MONTH IS GOING ON NOW
March is Women’s Herstory Month! Sponsored in
part by the Women’s Resource Center, LGBTQ Affairs, and the Student Services
Fee, there are tons of activities going on all month to celebrate!
See the Women’s Resource Center website for
the complete list of events: http://wrc.arizona.edu/womens-herstory-month
RESIDENCE HALLS RECEIVE LEED PLATINUM CERTIFICATION
The U.S. Green Building Council has
announced LEED platinum certification for the two newest residence halls at the
University of Arizona. This is the first residential project to earn LEED
platinum in the state of Arizona and the
second LEED platinum designation for the UA.
Check out UANews for the full story: http://uanews.org/node/45192
STARTS GOLD RATING FOR SUSTAINABILITY
The University of Arizona has earned a STARS Gold
Rating in recognition of its campus-wide sustainability efforts from the
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, or AASHE, a group
that measures and encourages sustainability in all aspects of higher education.
Check out UANews for the full story: http://uanews.org/node/45106
FAMILY-FRIENDLY LUNCHTIME SEMINARS FROM UA LIFE & WORK CONNECTIONS
Parents of Infants
and Preschoolers: Join Us for UA Life & Work Connections’ March
Lunchtime Seminars! (For both, no reservations required; come early to ensure seating
up to room capacity.)
Lunch and Learn: Are UA New
Parent? Panel Discussion by UA Life & Work Connections - LWC
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 from 12 noon-1
Student Union, 4th Floor,
Join LWC colleagues Caryn Jung, Nancy Rogers
and Beth Darland for an informal discussion on infant lactation and child care
resources, nutritional guidelines and changing family relationships as a new or
expectant parent. More is at http://lifework.arizona.edu/node/822.
New! Lunch and Learn: Are
UA Parent…of a Preschooler? Panel Discussion by UA Life & Work
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 from 12 noon-1
Student Union, 4th Floor,
Join LWC colleagues Caryn Jung and Jodi
Charvoz for an informal dialogue on child care resources and nutritional tips
and guidelines when entering the preschool years. More is at http://lifework.arizona.edu/node/831.
We hope to talk with many students and
employees at our family-friendly lunch and learn sessions! Have a
scheduling conflict or are at another UA site for the March dates below?
No problem! Contact Caryn Jung, MS at 621-9870 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for a
personalized child care or flexible work arrangement consultation.
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