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  • Welcome to Character Clearinghouse
    College and Character This project is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at The Florida State University We invite college and university faculty administrators graduate students practitioners in student services and campus ministry as well as others engaged in research and practice in moral education to submit program descriptions information links and various media that will help to further the discussion and research about moral and intellectual development of college students The Madison Collaborative Jessica Mestre Michigan State University The Madison Collaborative Ethical Reasoning in Action is an educational initiative at James Madison University JMU that seeks to develop the ethical reasoning skills of the entire student body The Madison Collaborative MC is specifically guided by the mission of prepar ing enlightened citizens who apply ethical reasoning in their personal professional and civic lives Read more The Red Flag Campaign Josh Davis Florida State University A metaphorical red flag serves as an early indicator of impending danger It can also provide a message for bystanders communicating that someone needs care and support Capitalizing on this metaphor The Red Flag Campaign utilizes tangible red flags as a symbol to increase awareness of warning signs for dating

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php (2015-06-03)
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  • Welcome to Character Clearinghouse
    College and Character This project is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at The Florida State University We invite college and university faculty administrators graduate students practitioners in student services and campus ministry as well as others engaged in research and practice in moral education to submit program descriptions information links and various media that will help to further the discussion and research about moral and intellectual development of college students The Madison Collaborative Jessica Mestre Michigan State University The Madison Collaborative Ethical Reasoning in Action is an educational initiative at James Madison University JMU that seeks to develop the ethical reasoning skills of the entire student body The Madison Collaborative MC is specifically guided by the mission of prepar ing enlightened citizens who apply ethical reasoning in their personal professional and civic lives Read more The Red Flag Campaign Josh Davis Florida State University A metaphorical red flag serves as an early indicator of impending danger It can also provide a message for bystanders communicating that someone needs care and support Capitalizing on this metaphor The Red Flag Campaign utilizes tangible red flags as a symbol to increase awareness of warning signs for dating

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/ (2015-06-03)
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  • About CC
    degree in Higher Education at Florida State University Josh G Davis This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it serves as the Associate Editor for the Character Clearinghouse He is a graduate stud ent pur suing a Mast e r s of S cience in Higher Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs at Florida State University His graduateassistantship is in the Center for Leadership Soci a l Change working with the Character Clearinghouse Prior to attending FSU Josh graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bac helor s of Science in Psychology and a minor in Computer Technology and Application Contributing Editors Amanda L Bonilla This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it currently serves as the Assistant Director for Social Justice Education at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis IUPUI Amanda s career in student affairs began through her involvement and activism as a student leader during her undergraduate years As first generation women of color Amanda s personal story of navigating a Predominantly White Campus cultivated her passion for assisting underrepresented students on college campuses in effort to create a more understanding and inclusive campus environment Since completed her masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University Amanda has been involved in a variety of leadership roles including serving as the Associate Director of Multicultural Programs and Services at Clemson University She has also been a committee member of the NASPA Latino Knowledge community as the South Carolina state representative as well as a Cluster Facilitator for LeaderShape LaToya E Eaves This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it recently completed the PhD in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies at Florida International University Prior to pursuing the doctorate she worked in Housing Residence Life at UNC Chapel Hill and Florida State University and Undergraduate Admissions at North Carolina State University She also served as National President of Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority Inc 2007 2009 She received her M S in Higher Education from Florida State University in 2007 and holds a B A in English Language and Literature and a B A in Communication Theatre Concentration from North Carolina State University Jessica Mestre This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it is a graduate student pursuing a Master s of Arts in Student Affairs Administration at Michigan State University She is the graduate assistant for student affairs in MSU s Honors College Jessica has been involved with the MSU Office of Study Abroad as a practicum student and an on site program assistant for Culture and Sustainable Development in Cuba Prior to MSU Jessica graduated from Amherst College Amherst MA where she studied psychology and Spanish and then worked for three years as a full time professional in Amherst s Dean of Students Office Chandra Myrick This email address is being protected from spambots

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  • Resources
    with Us Twitter Facebook Resources This section provides resources that address topics related to moral and civic education of college students Below is an initial list of valuable resources for higher education Social Media Bibliographies Featured Books Creeds and Covenants

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  • CC Readings
    ICSV Announcements Submissions Connect with Us Twitter Facebook Readings In this section we highlight various readings pertaining to college student development written by Character Clearinghouse affiliates We encourage individuals to review the material below and use the literature as a resource to analyze daily practices and teachings Leadership Profiles CC Best Practices Outside the US From Students Student Newspapers What Makes a Life Significant More Than Coursework Diversity in Higher

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  • Jon C. Dalton ICSV
    Jon C Dalton Institute on College Student Values is an annual conference for student affairs professionals educators campus ministers graduate and undergraduate students interested in character development in college students Click below to find out more about the presenters of the Institute as well as early Institute archives To see program schedule and registration info go to studentvalues fsu edu Keynote Speakers 2015 Keynote Speakers 2013 Keynote Speakers 2012 Keynote

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  • Announcements
    concurrent session presenters will include leading scholars and practitioners who have studied college student character development This annual event allows some of the most respected scholars in the field of student affairs and higher education to share their thoughts on the methods which colleges and universities can use to actively encourage moral and civic commitment ethical behavior and the process of character development Keynote speakers will be in residence for

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  • Submissions
    of Submission Consideration is based on ways and extent the submission has potential to enrich the discussion and research about moral development of college students Manuscripts will be submitted for double blind review Among other criteria reviewers will primarily evaluate manuscripts on the basis of the relevance to the purpose of the Character Clearinghouse which is to provide research curricula and other forms of media that relate to the moral development of college students clarity quality of scholarship timeliness and accessibility originality and usefulness to the broader audience Authors must not self identify within the text or references Accept The manuscript is deemed worthy for publication on the Character Clearinghouse Conditionally Accept with Minor Modifications Manuscripts are considered worthy of publication pending successful completion of the minor revisions noted by the reviewers The editors will review the final manuscript with revisions submitted to ensure that authors have addressed the suggestions appropriately Authors will submit a revised draft for a second round of review within two weeks of receiving the reviewed manuscript The resubmission and second review does not guarantee acceptance Conditionally Accept with Major Modifications The manuscript has potential for publication however it must be revised before the publication can

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