Fall 2010 BreakDrink Conference
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By: Jess Pettitt, I am…Social Justice As we become comfortable with the Lesbian and Gay plight on our college campuses and in the workplace, we continue to overlook Bisexuals and silence Transgender populations. Trans folks are courageously coming forward and identifying as such more and more often. Be a leader by identifying the needs, (including [...]
By: Jeff Jackson, BreakDrink.com / San Antonio College & Heather Roundtree, Loyola University New Orleans Webutation Curriculum PowerPoint
By: Licinia Kaliher and Kyle Grittith, University of Delaware The force is strong in this one”. Do you have leaders with all the potential, yet no internal motivation to contribute to the organization? Are they motivated by friendship or by a sense of citizenship to the larger campus residential community? As advisers, we often lay [...]
By: Tom DiCato, George Mason University & Brad Popiolek, University of Texas at Austin In recent years many student affairs professionals have adopted social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc. in educationally relevant ways. Now that you’re utilizing social media tools, what can you do with them? Do you need a strategy? How [...]
By: Ed Cabellon, Bridgewater State University Social Media is not a fad, but a fundamental shift in the way we communicate with one another, especially with our students. Student Affairs professionals need to build a better understanding around Social Media and learn ways to use it mirror the work they do in person, online. Participants [...]
By: Licinia Kaliher and Samanta Lopez:, University of Delaware New generations of students are entering higher education, more diverse and talented than ever before. Latin@s are increasingly attending higher education institutions and have unique needs that require the development of unique service strategies. This program will explore the characteristics of latin@ students, how current practices [...]
By: Cindy Kane, Bridgewater State University Bridgewater State University’s Office of Student Involvement and Leadership has explored a number of online teaching and training options through the course of the past five years. This presentation will review our programs in the areas of online leadership education, training of student leaders in office policies and procedures, [...]
By: Sean Cook, Higher Ed Career Coach Get ready for interview season with advice on how to get into a job-seeker mindset and effectively prepare for job interviews.
By: Theresa Hitchcock, Indiana University Money is a major obstacle to student success. Helping students develop strategies for overcoming financial obstacles is a very important aspect of retention. We can provide students with many valuable tips and strategies to make it through the financial issues of college. This session will offer practical information to use [...]
By: Kevin Cleary, The University of Arizona The presentation will briefly review various forms of technology/social media. The presenter will then discuss current research in the area of student engagement and technology. The presenter will then review current ways in which campuses are utilizing technology to increase student engagement both in and outside of the [...]
Well that is all up to you listeners! Nominations are currently being accepted (until September 30th) for the 7th Annual Podcast Awards. BreakDrink has experienced tremendous growth the last few months with the addition of several area specific podcasts and over 25,000 listens (that’s right 25,000). Your support is very much appreciated, and we are [...]