Educational Administration Student Affairs master's cohort stands out at conference

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Educational Administration Student Affairs master's cohort stands out at conference

05 Dec 2013    

The Educational Administration Student Affairs graduate program cohort made their presence known at the NASPA Regional IV-W Conference in Hot Springs, AR in November. NASPA is a professional organization for student affairs administrators and students seeking to enter the profession. All 38 students were in attendance led by Director and Assistant Professor of Practice Corey Rumann and Assistant Professor of Practice Stephanie Bondi. Amy Holland and Luke Bretscher, both second-year students, introduced two of the keynote speakers. Three second-year student groups presented their summer research projects on topics related to student veterans, the importance of short-term study abroad, and graduate students' needs in the online classroom. Along with presenting research, students competed in a case study competition with the team of Amy Beyer, Virginia Downing, Lynn Huynh, Molly Wilensky, and Keith Garcia earning 2nd place. The Rising Star award, given to a graduate student for his/her achievement, involvement and potential in the student affairs profession, was presented to Ashley Stone, a second-year student from Lincoln. Congratulations to these students and faculty and the student affairs graduate program.
 
Presented research topics and students:
“From the Military to Campus: Conducting Needs Assessments on Transitioning Student Veterans.” Ashley Svare Tenney, Kriston Burroughs, and Luke Bretscher
 
“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What Can Short-Term Study Abroad Teach Us All?” Eric Bloomquist, Greg Golden, Stephanie Meyer, and Krista Navarrette
 
“What Do Your Adult Learners Need?” Stephanie Bondi, Stacy Dam, Amy Holland, and Adam Smith

 


College of Education and Human Sciences
Educational Administration