Professional Development Committee

The Student Affairs and Advancement Professional Development Committee provides opportunities and resources to enrich the professional growth of student affairs staff members through a wide range of development opportunities including: professional presentations and webinars, technology training, book discussion group, and the rotating bi-annual Professional Development Day and Technology Day conferences.

 

Upcoming Events

Reanne Madison

Social Justice Lecture Series: Raeanne Madison

  • Nov 07, 2014 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Luncheon
  • Alumni Lounge

Raeanne Madison Public Health Scholar and Educator Raeanne Madison (Ojibwa, Dutch, German) is a Master of Public Health candidate at Michigan State University and a 2012 Michigan Tech graduate from the program in Scientific and Technical Communication. Raeanne uses her training in research, writing, and Public Health to advance the health of American Indians and people with Diabetes through policy change, advocacy, and community health education. Raeanne currently completes projects . . . [read more]

Daymond Glenn

MLK Banquet: Dr. Daymond Glenn

  • Jan 19, 2015 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
  • Memorial Union Building, Ballroom

The 26th annual MLK Banquet guest speaker will be Dr. Daymond Glenn, Vice President for Community Life and Chief Diversity Officer Warner Pacific College, Portland, Oregon DR. DAYMOND GLENN is the Vice President for Community Life and Chief Diversity Officer at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon. In his role as Vice President for Community Life & Chief Diversity Officer, Dr. Glenn oversees Student Affairs, Campus Ministries, and the Office . . . [read more]

Tallie

Social Justice Lecture Series: Mariahadessa “Ekere” Tallie

  • Apr 03, 2015 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
  • Memorial Union Building, Ballroom B

Writer – Educator – Herbalist – Mother Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie is a writer, educator, and performer. She has been a featured speaker at universities, festivals and events throughout Europe and North America. She is the Poetry Editor of the literary magazine African Voices. Her work deals with silence, sexism and racism and it has been published in Crab Orchard Review, BOMB, Paris/Atlantic, Go, Tell Michelle (SUNY), Listen Up! (One World . . . [read more]