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The Presidential Task Force on Digital Technology in Higher Education Website is Now Live

The Task Force will develop a multi-prong approach for educators, with the primary objective being to advance the application of digital technology in higher education informed by student affairs scholarship and practice, and to further enhance ACPA’s digital stamp and its role as a leader in higher education in the information age. The first goal of the task force, co-chaired by Ed Cabellon of...
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Call for Applications: Developments Editorial Board

Developments is a quarterly online publication that connects ACPA members to current trends, issues, and scholarship in higher education and student affairs. ACPA is seeking applications for the following Editorial Board positions: Associate Editor for Series The Associate Editor for Series is a senior member of the Editorial Board and is responsible for working with potential Series sponsors and...

Statement on Events in Ferguson, Missouri

From the President's Desk

"This year we commemorate 50 years since the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and yet we are sadly reminded of the disparities and injustices that still permeate our society today. The recent events in Ferguson, Missouri are a testament to the fact that we clearly we have much important work left to do. As Student Affairs educators, it is incumbent upon us to persist in our efforts to...
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Doreen Hettich-Atkins - Member of the Week

I have been involved with the profession of student affairs since being selected as an RA my sophomore year of college at the University of Pennsylvania. As a person whose masters-level training was not through a traditional student affairs program, I have found it sometimes challenging to connect with peers and to build a professional network of colleagues. When I moved to New York State for my...

Introducing the ACPA Tell Us Forum

From the President's Desk

In my previous blog post, "Reflections on Intent and Impact," I wrote that ACPA must take some concrete steps to affect change in the Association. Among the ideas for change that I shared in my post was our intent to launch a community dialogue forum in a visible place on the ACPA website. At this time, I am excited to tell you that the community forum on ACPA's website has gone live! Thank you...