Student Professional Development Committee2018-05-23T11:51:01+00:00

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Student Professional Development Committee

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PositionFirst NameLast NameDesignationCompanyEmail
ChairWilliamBoucherThe University of Alabamawaboucher@ua.edu
ConsultantJeanMcClellan-HoltOld Dominion Universityjholt@odu.edu
MemberJustinAndersonUniversity of Virginiajla8x@virginia.edu
MemberAdrienneAnselBowling Green State Universityaansel@bgsu.edu
MemberRyanFetzerSan Francisco State Universityrfetzer@sfsu.edu
MemberJustinFletcherAshland Universityjfletch1@ashland.edu
MemberLeighFoutsArmstrong State Universityleigh.fouts@gmail.com
MemberJarrellGarciaUniversity of California-Santa Barbarajarrell.garcia@recreation.ucsb.edu
MemberDemitriLahanasVirginia Commonwealth Universitylahanasdm@mymail.vcu.edu
MemberJennyRodgersClemson Universityjennyr@clemson.edu
MemberNicoleSwankFlorida Atlantic Universitynswank@fau.edu
MemberScottWoodamanSpringfield Collegeswoodaman@springfieldcollege.edu
MemberMikeDominguezUniversity of California-Davismddominguez@ucdavis.edu
MemberAnthonyKreitzerTexas A & M University- Kingsvilleanthony.kreitzer@tamuk.edu
NIRSA Headquarters MemberKristenGleasonNIRSA HQkristen.gleason@nirsa.org

2018-2019 NIRSA Board Appointed Committee Charges

Description: The Student Professional Development Committee works to connect NIRSA student members to the professional resources they need to succeed. This committee’s primary function is to coordinate and conduct the annual J. Michael Dunn Student Professional Development Pre-Conference workshop.

NIRSA’s mission, vision, and strategic values guide the “how” and “why” for our professional development offerings, networking opportunities, and resources, as well as all strategic priorities.  NIRSA committees are expected to fulfill their charges, operate the committee, and make decisions and recommendations consistent with NIRSA’s values and in support of NIRSA’s mission, vision, and strategic priorities.

2018-2019 Charges:

  1. In consultation with the NIRSA Professional development staff, design a student professional development (SPD) pre-conference workshop for the 2019 NIRSA Conference. This work will include:
    • Reviewing the session evaluations from the 2018 SPD pre-conference workshop, consider modifications to improve as needed.
    • Identify topics, speakers and an overall schedule for the preconference workshop
    • Provide recommendations to the NIRSA Professional Development Department as a budget is developed for this event.
    • Communicate with the Student Leadership Team to invite them to present a session or be involved in some aspect.
  2. When requested by regional or state workshop hosts or program committee members, suggest and recommend presenters, speakers, and topics for the Regional Student Lead on and NIRSA Annual Pre-Conference workshop, and general Conference
  3. Collaborate with the CSC Committee to assist with career enrichment initiatives for students at national, regional, and state events.

Committee Chair Responsibilities:

The chair of the committee is to-

  1. Orchestrate the work of this committee. This includes creating any necessary subcommittees and delegating work.
  2. Ensure that a program proposal for the workshop is submitted as a preconference submission during the call for proposal process (Spring 2018). This proposal should include a basic program description (finalized description will be due closer to the event date)
  3. Submit a final program description, including a summary of anticipated content and learning objectives is due to NIRSA consultant by September 1, 2018.
  4. Conduct debrief meeting/solicit feedback via email or survey from the committee
  5. Write and submit a debrief report 60 days post-event. Your consultant will provide a template for this report.

Additional charges may be presented to the committee, or by the committee, during the year as new initiatives arise.

Professional Involvement Credit Value (PIC): Please consult the PIC Value Chart for PIC value

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