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NASPA Western Regional Conference
Portland, OR / November 3-6, 2010

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CONCURRENT SESSION I, 10:30 AM - 11: 30 AM — Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
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General Session #2 Follow up

Presented By:
Larry Roper
Salon A
WISA Panel of Listeners

Presented By:
WISA KC Region V & VI reps
Salon B
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Moving Towards Alignment: Strategies for Organizational Congruence

Presented By:
Dean Kennedy, CSU Monterey Bay
Salon C
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Critical Mixed Race and Multiracial Identity on Today's Campus

Presented By:
Kimberly McAloney, Oregon State University
Heather Montes Ireland, Oregon State University
Shannon Seaver, Oregon State University
Salon D
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Preparing Professionals to Serve 21st Century Students: Using Theory in Student Affairs

Presented By:
Angela Locks, CSU Long Beach
Anna Ortiz, CSU Long Beach
Angela Tuan, CSU Long Beach
Salon G
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Changing Landscapes in Higher Education: Students' Technology Use, Psychosocial Well-Being, and Sense of Social Belongings

Presented By:
Sara Henry, UC San Diego
Salon H
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Enrollment Management Essentials

Presented By:
Nancy Youlden, WSU Vancouver
Salon I
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Commuting Means More Than Just Taking the Drive-Thru

Presented By:
James Donnelly Azusa Pacific University
Portland
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Connecting Pathways: A Cross Division Collaboration Among Academic and Student Affairs

Presented By:
Tracy Rollins, University of British Columbia
Sally Hermansen, University of British Columbia
Eugene
NASPA and ACPA Consolidation Dialogue

Presented By:
Elizabeth Griego, University of the Pacific
Kari Ellingson, University of Utah
Ken Kelly, CSU Long Beach
Columbia
CONCURRENT SESSION II, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM — Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
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Progressive Pathways to Community

Presented By:
Sheryl Eyster, University of Oregon
Paul Shang, University of Oregon
Greg Rikhoff, University of Oregon
Karen Hyatt, University of Oregon
Carolyn McDermed, University of Oregon
Jackson Hite, University of Oregon
Salon A
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Academic Coaching: Peers Paving Pathways to Personal and Academic Progress

Presented By:
Susan Foster-Dow, Gonzaga University
Debbie Stevenson, Gonzaga University
Salon B
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Generations in the Workplace: Building and Sustaining Effective Teams

Presented By:
John Duncan, University of Oregon
Annie Carlson, University of Oregon
Timothy McMahon, University of Oregon
Salon C
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Family Programs and Latino/a Student Retention

Presented By:
Amber Garrison, University of Oregon
Robin Holmes, University of Oregon
Paul Shang, University of Oregon
Salon D
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Reclaiming Wellness: A Pathway to our Student Affairs Professional Legacy

Presented By:
Pat Fabiano, Western Washington University
Salon G
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Demonstrating High Performance in Student Affairs: Beyond Accreditation Standard

Presented By:
Kenneth Gonzalez, University of San Diego
Marissa Vasquez, University of San Diego
Eva Mejia, University of San Diego
Salon H
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The Raider Creed: Our Journey from Yesterday's Traditions to Today's Needs

Presented By:
Ryan Green, Southern Oregon University
Rush Johnson, Southern Oregon University
Salon I
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Funding Student Affairs: The Influence of Student Government in Referenda Process

Presented By:
Charity Agomuo, UC Santa Barbara
Brian O’Donnell, UC Santa Barbara
Portland
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Engaging Student Affairs Professionals in Division-Wide Assessment

Presented By:
Lisa Garcia-Hanson, University of Washington Tacoma
Diane Waryas, College of Southern Nevada
Charlotte Tullos, Central Washington University
Eugene
CONCURRENT SESSION III, 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM — Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
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When Leadership Meets Learning: A Progressive Approach to Developing Student Leaders

Presented By:
Amber Dehne Baillon, Pacific Lutheran University
Eva Johnson, Pacific Lutheran University
Jeff Olsen Krengel, Pacific Lutheran University
Jen Thomas, Pacific Lutheran University
Salon A
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Balancing Multiple Paths: Professional, Parent, PhD

Presented By:
Leslie Webb, Boise State University
Jenna Hyatt, Central Washington University
Salon B
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The Path Less Traveled: Empowering Students to Shape Their Conduct System

Presented By:
Jenn Crowder, Lewis & Clark College
Celestino Limas, Lewis & Clark College
Charlie Alqhuist, Lewis & Clark College
Salon C
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Veterans' Transition Pathways: Creating Supportive Campus Communities

Presented By:
Rafael Lozano, Evergreen State College
Art Constantino, Evergreen State College
Abby Kelso, Evergreen State College
Salon D
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New Professionals Making Progressive Pathways

Presented By:
Jeff Rosenberry, MSU Billings
Travis Mears, University of Puget Sound
Terry Howell, University of Hawaii Manoa
Salon G
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Progressive Pathways to the Genius in You!

Presented By:
Ronni Sanlo, UCLA
Barbara Milner, Barbara Milner & Associates
Salon H
Policy presentation

Presented By:
Kandy Salas, CSU Fullerton
Salon I
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Pathway to Strategic Co-Curricular Learning Assessment

Presented By:
Lea Jarnagin, CSU Fullerton
Serena Cline, CSU Fullerton
Portland
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Creating a Meaningful Fall RA Training Experience

Presented By:
Dean Kennedy, CSU Monterey Bay
Eugene
CONCURRENT SESSION IV, 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM — Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
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Adding to the Larger Social Fabric: Student Civic Engagement Initiatives as a Pathway to Progressive Change

Presented By:
Chris Hutchison, Chapman University
Justin Koppelman, Chapman University
Salon A
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Diversity Courses as a Tool for Student Development: From Research to Practice

Presented By:
Sonja Daniels, CSU Northridge
Emily Caviglia, University of Southern California
Wendy Stewart, San Diego Miramar College
Salon B
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Students of Concern: Identifying a Response for Your Campus

Presented By:
Sandra Rhoten, CSU Fullerton
Kandy Salas, CSU Fullerton
Gail Pakalns Naruo, CSU Fullerton
Salon C
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Progressive Pathways: Anatomy and Aftermath of a Racial Incident

Presented By:
Penny Rue, UC San Diego
Cynthia Davalos, UC San Diego
Salon D
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Professional Dispositions: Our Guideposts Along New Pathways

Presented By:
Jonathan O’Brien, CSU Long Beach
Salon G
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The Power Place - It's Why We Live Here!

Presented By:
Timothy McMahon, University of Oregon
Curt Kochner, Montana State University Billings
Salon H
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Sustainable Staff:  How Can We Support The Whole Professional?

Presented By:
Courtney Young-Law, Mills College
Salon I
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Enhancing Student Success: Establishing a Campus LGBTQ Resource Center

Presented By:
Shannon Timm, Portland State University
Casey Payseno, Portland State University
Portland
DREAM Act Update & Immigration Forum - Discussion on supporting students and an update on the DREAM Act

Facilitated By:
Joel Perez, George Fox University
Eugene
CONCURRENT SESSION V, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM — Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010
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First Year Service Programs: Improving Retention Rates and Helping The Environment

Presented By:
Nicholas Rothacher, University of Utah
Salon A
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College Success Courses - Progressively Shifting the Paradigm to Retention and Persistence

Presented By:
Stephanie Fujii, Estrella Mountain Community College
Laura Dulgar, Estrella Mountain Community College
Salon B
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Assessment for Improvement and Progress: Do you know how to do it?

Presented By:
Debra Geller, UCLA
Salon C
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Creating Pathways for Reducing Campus Violence with NASPA's Enough is Enough Campaign

Presented By:
Steven Jacobson, University of the Pacific
Sabrina Sanders, Long Beach City College
Salon D
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So, You Want to Write?

Presented By:
Susan Longerbeam, Northern Arizona University
Salon G
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An Examination of the Job Satisfaction of Mid-Level Managers

Presented By:
Jessie Grant, University of Alaska Southeast
Salon H
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What Student Affairs Need to Know About the Mental Health Issues for Women Students at the University of Utah (Region V/WISA Research Grant Winner)

Presented By:
Elizabeth Proemmel, University of Utah
Salon I
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Completing the Cycle: Holistic Development for First-Generation Students

Presented By:
Raja Bhattar, University of Redlands
Koby Rodriguez, University of Redlands
Portland
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Assessing Student Leadership Through Learning Outcomes

Presented By:
Jeff Mackay, Linfield College
Dan Ferguson, Linfield College
Eugene
NASPA and ACPA Consolidation Dialogue

Presented By:
Elizabeth Griego, University of the Pacific
Kari Ellingson, University of Utah
Ken Kelly, CSU Long Beach
Columbia
CONCURRENT SESSION VI, 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM — Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010
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Alumni of Foster Care in Higher Education: The Culture, Resources and Innovative Practices

Presented By:
Lisa Predovich, College Success Foundation
Jennifer Shoen, University of Washington
Salon A
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Great Expectations: Preparing First Year Students to Expect the Bes

Presented By:
Shavette McGhee, Lewis & Clark College
Rachel Orlansky, Lewis & Clark College
Salon B
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Developing Student Veteran's Cultural Competencies

Presented By:
Michelle Cyrus, Central Washington University
Delores Cleary, Central Washington University
Katrina Whitney, Central Washington University
Peter Schmidt, Edmonds Community College
Salon C
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Exploring Individualism, Collectivism, and Epistemology in Asian American College Students

Presented By:
Tu-Lien Kim Nguyen, UCLA
JoeAnn Nguyen, UC Riverside
Salon D
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Creating Innovative Pathways to Assist Veterans

Presented By:
Camille Consolvo, Eastern Oregon University
Jackie Blazer, Portland State University
Ron Kincad, Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs
Salon G
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Supporting the Transition to College for Students with Learning and Attention Challenge

Presented By:
Laurel Mason, University of Arizona
Lupe Thompson, University of Arizona
Salon H
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The Four Components of Increasing Student Success: A Focus on Student Persistence

Presented By:
Kenneth Gonzalez, University of San Diego
Marissa Vasquez, University of San Diego
Eva Mejia, University of San Diego
Salon I
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Impact Abroad: Student Learning and the Ethics of International Service

Presented By:
Faith Kazmi, Stanford University
Jon McConnell, Stanford University
Portland
Innovative Programs Award winners Region V & VI

Region V: “Residential Engagement Coordinator Program” by Grant Flygare, Utah Valley University
Region VI: “Pacific One Word Project” by Kristina Juarez and Daniel Shipp
Eugene


 
Registration Information
Early Bird Fee
NASPA Member $250
Non-Member $325
Student Fee $150

Registration deadline - 10/8/2010

Regular Deadline
NASPA Member $300
Non-Member $375
Student Fee $200

Registration deadline - 10/22/2010
 
Late Registration
NASPA Member $350
Non-Member $425
Student Fee $250

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