NASPA
2019 NASPA Annual Conference

Virtual Ticket

Our 2019 Virtual Ticket Sessions have been posted! See below the pricing grid for the Live Streaming schedules and OnDemand sessions!

Can't make it to the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference? Want to relive sessions which changed your life? Well, you’re in luck…we've got your virtual conference!

From the comfort of your office or home—and with nothing but your laptop or iPad—you can experience the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference thanks to the NASPA Virtual Ticket!

  • Access the best of the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference from around the world.
  • Missed a session? Watch it when you get home with the Virtual Ticket!
  • Gain quality professional development for those on a budget.
  • Receive a certificate of participation.
  • With on-demand options, you can bring the best learning back and easily build a series of professional development events at your institution.

NASPA members can also register for NASPA Features - a stream of the featured speakers and SA Speaks presentations on March 11 and 12, 2019 - at no cost (the registration fee for non-members is $49).

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Virtual Ticket Programs

NASPA Live and OnDemand Fast Pass
$249*
$295 for non-members | $195 when added to a member in-person registration
  • Live streaming featured speakers presentations on Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12, 2019
    • Featured speaker content that will only be available to watch live
    • Live streaming of the SA Speaks presentations
  • Live streaming breakout presentations
    • NEW for 2019: Two streaming breakout rooms to choose from
  • On Demand six (6) months streaming access
    • Over 80 select sessions
* NASPA member prices
NASPA Live and OnDemand Season Pass
$299*
$349 for non-members | $249 when added to a member in-person registration
  • Live streaming featured speakers presentations on Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12, 2019
    • Featured speaker content that will only be available to watch live
    • Live streaming of the SA Speaks presentations
  • Live streaming breakout presentations
    • NEW for 2019: Two streaming breakout rooms to choose from
  • On Demand twelve (12) months streaming access
    • Over 80 select sessions
  • One (1) additional login
* NASPA member prices
NASPA Live and OnDemand USB Works
$349*
$395 for non-members | $295 when added to a member in-person registration
  • Live streaming featured speakers presentations on Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12, 2019
    • Featured speaker content that will only be available to watch live
    • Live streaming of the SA Speaks presentations
  • Live streaming breakout presentations
    • NEW for 2019: Two streaming breakout rooms to choose from
  • On Demand twelve (12) months streaming access
    • Over 80 select sessions
  • One (1) additional login
  • All files on a USB flash drive
  • BONUS: 2018 NASPA Conference Season Pass
    • 55 additional 2018 sessions
* NASPA member prices

Included in Fast, Season, and Works Packages
All live streaming times are Pacific

Day 3: Monday, March 11

  • 8:00 am to
    8:50 am

    Going Mobile: Lessons Learned and the Road Ahead (ID 22)

    Jason Saucier, Eddie Howard

    Going Mobile: Lessons Learned and the Road Ahead (ID 22)

    Presenters from Southern Maine Community College and Youngstown State University will examine their experience with implementing a mobile strategy on campus. Presenters will share lessons learned, successful strategies, and how they have identified disengaged students at their campuses. Additionally, they will examine the future of being mobile and how it will impact higher education going forward.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    8:00 am to 8:50 am

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Jason Saucier, Director of Residential Life and Student Involvement, Southern Maine Community College
    Eddie Howard, Associate Vice President for Student Experience, Youngstown State University

  • 10:10 am to
    11:00 am

    Don’t Hurt Yourself: Identifying, Addressing, and Understanding the Imposter in the Room (ID 73)

    Martina Martin, Chelsea Fricker, Ana Gutierrez-Gamez

    Don’t Hurt Yourself: Identifying, Addressing, and Understanding the Imposter in the Room (ID 73)

    Have you ever felt like you didn't belong in a certain role, avoided showing confidence, or witnessed students discounting their success? Many people experience a sense of imposter syndrome sometime in their lives. Don't hurt yourself or allow students (first-generation, in particular) to do the same. In this session, participants will learn how to call out imposter syndrome through self-authorship and develop strategies to alleviate its effects.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    10:10 am to 11:00 am

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Martina Martin, Associate Director, Student Services Center, University of Kentucky
    Chelsea Fricker, Assistant Director, University of Dayton
    Ana Gutierrez-Gamez, Program Coordinator, STEM Center, Skyline College

  • 11:15 am to
    12:05 pm

    “I Matter:” Sense of Belonging in Community College Students (ID 124)

    Kayoko Mathews, Julia Buchans

    “I Matter:” Sense of Belonging in Community College Students (ID 124)

    Sense of belonging is a fundamentally important human need and motivation for behavior, and is relevant to students as they pursue their educational goals within higher education. The presenters will provide information on the definition and importance of sense of belonging, with specific attention placed on community college students, who are more likely to have historically marginalized and underrepresented identities. The presenters will examine programs at Seattle Central College that engender sense of belonging, and encourage participants to identify programs or activities at their own institutions that can help support community college or transfer students' sense of belonging.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    11:15 am to 12:05 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Kayoko Mathews, Assistant Director, Advising & College Transfer Center, Seattle Central College
    Julia Buchans, Manager, Information Central, Seattle Central College

  • 1:15 pm to
    2:05 pm

    Greek Life Reform Initiatives Post-2017 (ID 173)

    Ainsley Carry, Kurt Keppler, Damon Sims, Monroe Gorden

    Greek Life Reform Initiatives Post-2017 (ID 173)

    Academic leaders are working to balance benefits of the Greek life experience against its human costs. Participation in Greek-letter organizations produces benefits such as a sense of belonging, loyalty to the institution, philanthropic support, and professional development. Paradoxically, it is also the site of repeated hazards resulting in student deaths and injuries. Universities' inability to intervene leaves new students vulnerable and institutions liable. Eliminating harm is imperative, yet evidence-based solutions remain illusive. The presenters will share new harm-reduction initiatives.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    1:15 pm to 2:05 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Ainsley Carry, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, University of Southern California
    Kurt Keppler, Vice President for Student Affairs, Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
    Damon Sims, Vice President for Student Affairs, Pennsylvania State University-University Park
    Monroe Gorden, Interim Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs, University of California-Los Angeles

  • 2:30 pm to
    3:20 pm

    The new CAS Cross-Functional Framework for Advancing Health and Well-Being

    Gina Abrams, Stacy Andes

    The new CAS Cross-Functional Framework for Advancing Health and Well-Being

    CAS has released its new cross-functional framework to move beyond functional area standards and to approach particular areas of interest and concern that span multiple departments and roles at an institution. The new standards on preventing high-risk behaviors and building healthy campuses are of particular relevance to professionals who are charged with facilitating a process for creating communities in which all members are thriving. The presenters will review the new framework, standards, and ways this new tool can inform the process of health promotion.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    2:30 pm to 3:20 pm

    Where

    402 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Gina Abrams, Assistant Professor, International Institute for Restorative Practices
    Stacy Andes, Director of Health Promotion, Villanova University

  • 3:40 pm to
    4:30 pm

    Stars in the Constellation: National Research on the First-Year Experience as a Collection of High-Impact Curricular and Cocurricular Initiatives (ID 259)

    Jennifer Keup, Dallin Young

    Stars in the Constellation: National Research on the First-Year Experience as a Collection of High-Impact Curricular and Cocurricular Initiatives (ID 259)

    The First-Year Experience has been a philosophy for improving first-year student transitions for nearly four decades. High quality FYEs are comprehensive, integrated, inclusive, and advance student engagement and learning outcomes. The presenters feature evidence from the 2017 National Survey of The First-Year Experience to describe the most common initiatives used in the first year, identify their structural features and educational characteristics, and examine the connections between these initiatives to create a system of FYE interventions.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    3:40 pm to 4:30 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Jennifer Keup, Director, National Resource Center for FYESIT, University of South Carolina
    Dallin Young, Assistant Director for Research, Grants, and Assessment

Day 4: Tuesday, March 12

  • 8:00 am to
    8:50 am

    Hurricane Harvey Crisis Response: What Happens When Online Students Need Help? (ID 304)

    Peggy Holzweiss

    Hurricane Harvey Crisis Response: What Happens When Online Students Need Help? (ID 304)

    The growth of online learning is having an impact on more than just technology. When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas in 2017, 80% of one institution's online student enrollment resided in the impact zone and was in danger of dropping out, risking both persistence and the financial health of the campus. The presenter will share how the institution responded, how students reacted, and what was learned about the academic and personal needs of online students during a crisis.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    8:00 am to 8:50 am

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Peggy Holzweiss, Associate Professor, Sam Houston State University

  • 10:10 am to
    11:00 am

    #WhatTraining: Supervising Professional Staff in Student Affairs (ID 355)

    Aja Holmes

    #WhatTraining: Supervising Professional Staff in Student Affairs (ID 355)

    Training around supervision of professional staff members in student affairs is extremely limited but is a crucial piece of a staff member's experience. The presenter will reflect on the training, experiences, and best practices around professional staff supervision.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    10:10 am to 11:00 am

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Aja Holmes, Senior Associate Director, Residential Life, California State University—Sacramento

  • 11:15 am to
    12:05 pm

    A Semicolon Not a Period: Moving Beyond LGBTQ+ Inclusivity Rankings to Affect Institutional Change (ID 405)

    Christopher Jorgenson

    A Semicolon Not a Period: Moving Beyond LGBTQ+ Inclusivity Rankings to Affect Institutional Change (ID 405)

    The presenter will share their experience as a student affairs professional working in a mid-sized, public institution in the Midwest repeatedly ranked nationally for its LGBTQ+ inclusivity. Using professional experience working amidst a tumultuous institutional environment, this presenter examines the role institutional inclusivity rankings play in efforts to recruit and retain -and ensure the persistence of- LGBTQIA+ students. Attendees will examine and critically assess their own institutional obstacles to LGBTQIA+ inclusivity, and will leave the presentation with several strategies and ideas for supporting LGBTQIA+ students while helming institutional change.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    11:15 am to 12:05 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Christopher Jorgenson, Director, Gender & Sexuality Resource Center, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire

  • 12:20 pm to
    1:10 pm

    Swipe Up: Stories, Insights, and Recommendations from a Student-Driven Social Media Team for Residential Life (ID 453)

    Paul Mendoza, Ruth Murai, Emily Perkins Rock, Owen Weitzel, Rachel Tu

    Swipe Up: Stories, Insights, and Recommendations from a Student-Driven Social Media Team for Residential Life (ID 453)

    Residential campuses are full of incredible stories that can empower, educate, humanize, and diversify the entire student body. How might we amplify those stories and build meaningful connections among the incoming classes of Generation Z? Introducing Media Team, a groundbreaking student-driven content initiative from UCLA. Join our presenters as we highlight our creative work, reveal key performance metrics from @uclahousing social media, and share our best practices to engage with students in a dynamic digital landscape.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    12:20 pm to 1:10 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Paul Mendoza, Graphic Designer & Copywriter, University of California—Los Angeles
    Ruth Murai, Media Team Social Supervisor, UCLA
    Emily Perkins Rock, Media Team Video Supervisor, UCLA
    Owen Weitzel, Media Team Photo Supervisor, UCLA
    Rachel Tu, Media Team Design Supervisor, UCLA

  • 1:25 pm to
    2:15 pm

    Modeling Civic Engagement as Student Affairs Professionals (ID 504)

    Jill Dunlap, Byron McCrae, Quineshia Peterson, Denny Bubrig

    Modeling Civic Engagement as Student Affairs Professionals (ID 504)

    Part of a student affairs professional's role is to encourage students' civic leadership and democratic engagement. Why, then, do we not also practice this important behavior? The session's panelists will focus on their experiences as leaders mirroring civic engagement as part of the 2018 NASPA Hill Days event in Washington, DC. Presenters will additionally discuss ways that practitioners can promote advocacy and activism on a city, state and national level.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    1:25 pm to 2:15 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Jill Dunlap, Director for Research and Practice, NASPA
    Byron McCrae, Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students, Davidson College
    Quineshia Peterson, Admissions Coordinator, University of Alaska Fairbanks
    Denny Bubrig, Assistant Vice President for Student Life, University of Southern Mississippi

  • 2:30 pm to
    3:20 pm

    The Cultural Context of Consent (ID 554)

    Barbara LoMonaco, Laura Johnson

    The Cultural Context of Consent (ID 554)

    Despite considerable scholarly and media attention, the concept of consent on college campuses is still misunderstood and murky. In this session, the presenters explore some of the contemporary cultural trends that construct notions of consent among college students. We then discuss how consent is presented in our institutional response policies, and the ways in which some of our practices are in direct contradiction to the very concept of consent. The session wraps up with a review of effective programming models and a discussion of how participants are currently teaching consent on their campuses.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    2:30 pm to 3:20 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Barbara LoMonaco, Vice President for Student Affairs, Salve Regina University
    Laura Johnson, Title IX Coordinator, Baylor University

  • 3:40 pm to
    4:30 pm

    Preparing for the Post-College Transition: Supporting Homeless, Emancipated, Orphaned, and Other Independent Students (ID 603)

    April Perry, Carrie Hachaduriam, Sophia Calhoun

    Preparing for the Post-College Transition: Supporting Homeless, Emancipated, Orphaned, and Other Independent Students (ID 603)

    The post-college transition can be full of stress and anxiety as one engages in the job search process, addresses financial concerns, and plans for the future. Additional challenges present themselves for independent students (homeless, emancipated, orphaned) who do not have parental or familial support. In this session, presenters will share research and strategies to best support this student population for the post-college transition from three perspectives: a formerly independent student, a career center practitioner, and a faculty member.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    3:40 pm to 4:30 pm

    Where

    304 ABC
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    April Perry, Program Director and Assistant Professor, Western Carolina University
    Carrie Hachaduriam, Student Development Coordinator, Center for Career and Professional Development, Western Carolina University
    Sophia Calhoun, Graduate Assistant; Department of Campus Activities, Western Carolina University

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Day 3: Monday, March 11

  • 8:00 am to
    8:50 am

    Developing Short-Term and Cost-Effective Cohort Based Career Development Programs Customized for Underrepresented Student Groups (ID 23)

    Diana Valdivia, Myra Fernandez

    Developing Short-Term and Cost-Effective Cohort Based Career Development Programs Customized for Underrepresented Student Groups (ID 23)

    Two student affairs professionals at different public research institutions will present this session. The presenters will share career development programs that can be customized and cost-effective for underrepresented student groups including undocumented students, transfer students, students of color, LGBTQ+ students, veteran students, foster youth and more. The presenters will highlight strategies and challenges in the implementation of career development programs, while acquiring tangible tools and resources that are inclusive of all students.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    8:00 am to 8:50 am

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Diana Valdivia, Undocumented Student Services Coordinator, University of California-Santa Barbara
    Myra Fernandez, Career Specialist, University of California-Merced

  • 10:10 am to
    11:00 am

    Higher Education Policy Update: Federal & State Priorities for Student Affairs Professionals (ID 74)

    Diana Ali, Teri Hinds

    Higher Education Policy Update: Federal & State Priorities for Student Affairs Professionals (ID 74)

    Many of the issues occupying the minds of public policymakers around the United States are directly related to the day to day work of student affairs professionals. The presenters will provide a broad overview of the federal and state policy landscape with a special focus on issues that align to the NASPA Public Policy Agenda. The presenters will provide information on financial aid, costs, and student debt; sexual assault prevention and response; equity and inclusion for trans students, immigrants, and veterans; guns on campus; and campus free speech.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    10:10 am to 11:00 am

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Diana Ali, Assistant Director of Policy Research and Advocacy, NASPA
    Teri Hinds, Director of Policy Research & Advocacy, NASPA

  • 11:15 am to
    12:05 pm

    Building a Culture of Evidence Over Time (ID 125)

    Rohan Thakkar, Kathleen Evans, Abbygail Langham, Judd Harbin

    Building a Culture of Evidence Over Time (ID 125)

    Most of us can share anecdotes of how our work benefits students, but can we present data-informed evidence of our impact on student success? Can we prove our initiatives in student affairs are "effective and contribute significantly to [our] institution's ability to reach its stated goals and fulfill its mission?" In this session, attendees will review relevant literature, share their own campus' assessment culture, and hear from a panel of senior leaders' journeys to build a culture of evidence.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    11:15 am to 12:05 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Rohan Thakkar, Consultant, Campus Labs
    Kathleen Evans, Assistant Vice President for Student Development, SUNY College at Oswego
    Abbygail Langham, Director, Assessment and Strategic Planning, Auburn University Main Campus
    Judd Harbin, Executive Director of Strategic Planning and Assessment, University of Nevada-Las Vegas

  • 1:15 pm to
    2:05 pm

    How to Best Serve a Diverse Set of Identities that Experience Generalized Anxiety Disorder (ID 174)

    Rima Maldonado, Troy Polnitz, Veronica Aguilar

    How to Best Serve a Diverse Set of Identities that Experience Generalized Anxiety Disorder (ID 174)

    The presenters will share information on the diverse identities of college students that experience Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). The theme of this presentation will be centered on "peeling back the layers" of the student experience in correlation with this often overlooked psychological disability. The audience will receive counseling tools on how to work with a diverse set of identities with GAD as well as a deepened perspective of this unique student experience.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    1:15 pm to 2:05 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Rima Maldonado, Alternate Media Coordinator, California State University—Fresno
    Troy Polnitz, Disability Management Specialist, California State University—Fresno
    Veronica Aguilar, Services for Students with Disabilities Program Assistant, California State University—Fresno

  • 2:30 pm to
    3:20 pm

    Self-Care and Healing as Campus Change Agents: Renew, Rejuvenate, and Recommit (ID 214)

    Kathy Obear

    Self-Care and Healing as Campus Change Agents: Renew, Rejuvenate, and Recommit (ID 214)

    Feeling exhausted? Still deeply committed to creating greater equity, inclusion, and social justice on campus yet finding yourself at times too weary or overwhelmed to make meaningful change? We all deserve spaces to heal, refuel, and recommit to our vision and goals. In this engaging, supportive session participants will explore the roots of their stress and burnout and deepen their capacity to rejuvenate, re-energize, and retool themselves as powerful campus change agents for social justice.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    2:30 pm to 3:20 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Kathy Obear, President, Social Justice Training Institute

  • 3:40 pm to
    4:30 pm

    Leaning into Conversations: Facilitating a Transparent and Inclusive Policy Revision Process in an Age of Unrest and Skepticism (ID 260)

    Matt Clifford, Adam Goldstein

    Leaning into Conversations: Facilitating a Transparent and Inclusive Policy Revision Process in an Age of Unrest and Skepticism (ID 260)

    In Fall 2016, Wake Forest University began a two year student conduct code revision process that prioritized comprehensiveness, transparency, and inclusivity in the midst of a tumultuous time on campus and in our nation. The context of the revision process included protests, polarizing speakers, increasing distrust of leaders and institutions, and fear that expression would be limited. Instead of rushing the changes from behind closed doors, we engaged the community openly and invited them into the policy review process.

    When

    Monday, March 11
    3:40 pm to 4:30 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Matt Clifford, Associate Dean of Students, Wake Forest University
    Adam Goldstein, , Dean of Students, AVP Campus Life, Wake Forest University

Day 4: Tuesday, March 12

  • 8:00 am to
    8:50 am

    Influencer Marketing in Student Affairs (ID 305)

    Megan Rolfs, Josie Ahlquist, Levester Johnson, Sarah Aguilar

    Influencer Marketing in Student Affairs (ID 305)

    The #YourRedbirdLife Student Influencer program is the heartbeat of the Division of Student Affairs marketing and outreach efforts at Illinois State University. Student influencers activate their personal networks, allowing the Division to engage with new communities on campus. As a result of this program, the Division's social media audiences increased by 113%. The presenters will share the legitimacy of digital influencers in social media strategy and review the influencer program in practice at Illinois State.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    8:00 am to 8:50 am

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Megan Rolfs, Director of Marketing and Communication, Illinois State University
    Josie Ahlquist, Research Associate, Instructor & Leadership Speaker, Florida State University
    Levester Johnson, Vice President for Student Affairs, Illinois State University
    Sarah Aguilar, #YourRedbirdLife Social Media Influencer, Illinois State University

  • 10:10 am to
    11:00 am

    You Are Not Alone: Steps and Strategies for Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Prevention and Postvention on Campus (ID 356)

    Katherine Bender, Carrie Kortegast, Suzanne Degges-White, Brooke Ruxton, Angela Kaminski

    You Are Not Alone: Steps and Strategies for Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Prevention and Postvention on Campus (ID 356)

    Responding to a student death by suicide is one of the hardest things student affairs administrators have to face. Given that suicide is the second leading cause of death among college-age individuals, campuses must be prepared to develop a comprehensive suicide prevention approach. Comprehensive suicide prevention programs include having plans and resources in place following a completed suicide of a campus community member. Presenters will provide examples for developing collaborative approaches to suicide prevention; guidelines for appropriately reporting on death by suicide in a safe way; suggestions for preventing suicide clusters and copycat suicides; and best practices to assess suicide prevention efforts.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    10:10 am to 11:00 am

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Katherine Bender, Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State University
    Carrie Kortegast, Assistant Professor of Adult and Higher Education, Northern Illinois University
    Suzanne Degges-White, Professor and Chair, Northern Illinois University
    Brooke Ruxton, Executive Director, Northern Illinois University
    Angela Kaminski, Outreach Coordinator, Northern Illinois University

  • 11:15 am to
    12:05 pm

    International Student Integration: Using Theory and Practice to Prepare the Next Generation of Student Affairs Professionals (ID 385)

    Kerrie Montgomery Orozco, Ken Guan

    International Student Integration: Using Theory and Practice to Prepare the Next Generation of Student Affairs Professionals (ID 385)

    Through the lens of international student support, the presenters will review the traditional theories of student engagement, involvement and integration, and the new Culturally Engagement Campus Environment (CECE) model, that were used in their recent research. Presenters will share findings related to the application of the theories in best supporting the needs of international students. The goal of the presentation is to generate conversation regarding best practices that support the evolving roles of new, mid-level, and senior-level leaders, and to prepare these professionals to effectively respond to the needs of a growing student population.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    11:15 am to 12:05 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Kerrie Montgomery Orozco, Director of Campus Life BBC, Florida International University
    Ken Guan, Indiana University-Bloomington

  • 12:20 pm to
    1:10 pm

    Like a Boss: Shaping Student Employability through Co-Curricular Learning and Involvement (ID 454)

    Kalyn Cavazos, Candice Lott

    Like a Boss: Shaping Student Employability through Co-Curricular Learning and Involvement (ID 454)

    Have your students sought out efforts in helping them prepare for job interviews, internships, or other endeavors in their desired academic fields and beyond? Do you struggle with incorporating employability into your advisement? Hit pause and learn to apply reflective practices in your advising that can help enhance students' employability for their future. The presenters will describe tangible practices to utilize at your institution to effectively incorporate into advising student organizations and leaders and discuss state initiatives centered on enhancing marketable skills.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    12:20 pm to 1:10 pm

    Where

    306 AB

    Presented by

    Kalyn Cavazos, Student Development Specialist III, Texas A&M University
    Candice Lott, Associate Coordinator, Texas A&M University

  • 1:25 pm to
    2:15 pm

    On the Edge of Burnout: Understanding Compassion Fatigue in Student Affairs (ID 505)

    Steven Jubert, Karen Jubert

    On the Edge of Burnout: Understanding Compassion Fatigue in Student Affairs (ID 505)

    The presenters will seek to provide a sound understanding of Compassion Fatigue. They will highlight variables that can lead to such stress as well as strategies to cope with the pressures of the “new work” that is now Student Affairs.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    1:25 pm to 2:15 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Steven Jubert, Associate Dean of Campus Life/Director of Residence Life, Pomona College
    Karen Jubert, Counselor

  • 3:40 pm to
    4:30 pm

    Lighting Voices and Igniting Action: Addressing the Invisibility of Asian American College Women (ID 604)

    Julie Van, Emily Ding

    Lighting Voices and Igniting Action: Addressing the Invisibility of Asian American College Women (ID 604)

    Many depictions of Asian American students still rely on the model minority myth, which mark the challenges of this student population as invisible. Presenters will utilize available research to depict the genuine experiences of Asian American women in higher education, who occupy the intersections of race and gender. This group not only navigates racism, but also sexism and stigma that persist both in and outside of Asian American communities. Presenters will facilitate a discussion about what actions can be taken to increase campus inclusion.

    When

    Tuesday, March 12
    3:40 pm to 4:30 pm

    Where

    306 AB
    LA Convention Center

    Presented by

    Julie Van, Graduate Assistant, Office of Student Success, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    Emily Ding, Student Life Intake Coordinator, Dean of Students Office, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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FAQ

  • What is the Virtual Ticket?

    The Virtual Ticket provides online access to portions of the NASPA Annual Conference. The Virtual Ticket allows more of the NASPA community to experience the Annual Conference and use the high-quality program presented in their professional development throughout the year. The Virtual Ticket includes two components: a live stream of our general session room, and OnDemand educational sessions. The Virtual Ticket is available to those who are attending the conference in Los Angeles and those who are unable to attend.

  • How long will I have access to the OnDemand sessions?

    Your login credentials will be valid for 12 months from the start of the conference or until March 10, 2020.

  • When will I receive my login information?

    We will begin sending login information to registrants approximately one week before the conference. You will receive an email from a representative of Playback Now, which will include your username and login, as well as the sites you will need to visit to watch both the live stream and the OnDemand recordings.

  • Does the OnDemand session include video and audio?

    Approximately 25 of the OnDemand sessions will include video of the presenter conducting their presentation (those that are also live streamed). The remaining presentations will be audio over PowerPoint. This change has allowed us to record more presentations at the conference, vastly increasing the number of sessions included in the Virtual Ticket. Additionally, you will be able to download the materials they are speaking to, a companion guide for the session (if provided by the presenter), and the audio-only of the presentation.

  • Do you provide a certificate for viewing a session?

    The registered attendee can receive a certificate of participation if they have viewed more than 60% of the session. Certificates are available upon request and can only be issued in the name of the registered participant. Virtual Ticket registrations are not transferable.

  • Can I share my login with my colleagues?

    We encourage you to view the sessions as a team to support professional development of student affairs professionals on your campus. However, your registration provides you with a single log-in (the Season and Works packages give you the option of adding one additional login to your registration). The platform where the sessions are hosted can detect and will prevent simultaneous logins. In addition, certificates of participation can only be issued to the registered participant and are not transferable. Therefore, sharing the login will prevent the system from keeping an accurate record of your individual participation.

  • Are the sessions transcribed?

    The live streaming featured presentations will include live CART captioning. Additional captioning (of either the live streaming rooms or the recorded sessions) and any transcriptions will be made available upon request. If you need any other accommodations, please contact jkirschner@naspa.org.

  • I am not a NASPA Member. How much will each of the Virtual Ticket sessions cost me?

    Non-member prices for the Virtual Ticket packages are:

    • Fast Pass: $295
    • Season Pass: $349
    • USB Works: $395
    • Featured Speakers: $49
  • What do the streaming channels A and B correspond to?

    This year, we are offering two live streaming channels which you will be able to switch between during the conference, in addition to the Featured Speaker room. That means that at any time, you will have two options of sessions to watch.

    The streaming channels are available for the Fast Pass, Season Pass, and USB Works packages.

  • If I've already registered to attend the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference in person and would like to add the Virtual Ticket to my registration, how do I do this?

    If you would like to add the Virtual Ticket to your existing registration, follow these easy instructions.