Four staff members in the Division of Student Affairs presented at the NASPA Florida Conference Nov. 29–30.
Hannah Link presented alongside the New College of Florida. Their discussion titled, "Community service beyond break-trips: Implementing community engagement across student affairs," explored how to develop community engagement opportunities across campus that foster student learning, self-awareness, and stronger connections to the community.
Jaclyn Kuwik-Buttacavoli led the "Come on Ride the Train! Using Universal Design in Training Development" session, which reviewed the tenants of Universal Design and helped attendees develop learning outcomes and design a training to take back to their campuses.
Dr. Theresa Gallo's presentation, "Using engagement data to improve first-to-second year persistence," showed Lynn's work in student involvement and retention. She also provided practical and replicable models for engaging the under-engaged student, measuring involvement data and assessing the efficacy of campus programs.
Gallo, Kuwik-Buttacavoli and Dr. Anita Vorreyer also worked together to present pathways for student success through a student affairs curriculum.