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  • 2013 DICSV Andrew J. Mauk
    Andrew J Mauk Professional Title Director of Student Affairs Assessment Research Planning Institution University of North Carolina Wilmington Background Experience Andy Mauk has coordinated assessment and research activities for the Division of Student Affairs at UNCW since August 2011 He is a graduate of the FSU Higher Education program earning his Ph D in 2011 His research interests include student engagement friendship and social networks of college students college student success and institutional research Abstract Higher education researchers have long declared that peer groups are important aspects of a student s experience in college While friendship is a ubiquitous feature in all social institutions and has been examined in various ways throughout history it has only been recently that studies investigated the specific role that friendship plays in educational environments This presentation will examine the findings of a study on the link between friendship and the college student outcomes of engagement achievement and persistence Important Question Explored How much do friendships matter in college student success Extension of Session Experience A goal of this session is that participants will gain a better understanding of the role that friendship may play in college student outcomes in particular how the various types

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/956-mauk (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Jon Dalton & Pam Crosby
    Emeritus of Higher Education Institution Florida State University Background Experience Jon Dalton served as dean of students at Iowa State and vice president for student affairs at Florida State He is former director of the Hardee Center for Leadership and founder co editor of the Journal of College and Character He helped to create the annual Institute on College Student Values and is a past president of NASPA Presenter Pamela C Crosby Professional Title Editor Institution NASPA Florida State University Background Experience Pam Crosby is co editor of the Journal of College and Character and chief editor of Character Clearinghouse She is a former high school teacher department chair and academic director Her advanced degrees are in philosophy and her research interests are philosophical ethics and historical perspectives in higher education Abstract This session will provide a discussion of the major themes and topics including social media that have been published in the Journal of College Character and Character Clearinghouse as well as publication opportunities and information for prospective writers Important Questions Explored What are the major trends in research and programs in the field of moral education of college students What are the publishing guidelines and expectations of authors

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/955-dalton-crosby-dicsv (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Andrew Lehr & Eric Gingerich
    has become an influencing factor in college students spiritual and faith development This session will explore the positive and negative developmental impacts of social media and connect them to student spirituality and faith development Participants will identify personal social media practices engage in creative ways to utilize social media to impact student spirituality and discuss assessment methods of spiritual development alongside social media involvement Important Question Explored In what ways

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/954-lehr-gingerich-dicsv (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Cecilia Finch
    her second year of graduate school studying college student personnel administration at the University of West Florida She is currently working with UWF housing and residence life as a graduate hall director and plans to continue a career in university housing after graduation Cecilia received a bachelor of science in aquaculture from Florida Institute of Technology in 2011 but her active involvement on campus led her to pursue a degree and career in student affairs A bstract Social media use has a large presence among college students as well as in the job marketing and recruitment field Students can easily find themselves at the bottom of a candidate pool because of a negative online identity Student affairs professionals play an important role in helping students to improve their identity online through connecting with students and teaching students about the importance of properly using social media This presentation will provide data regarding social media recruiting and will facilitate discussions and a brief activity on how to apply these data to assisting our students Important Question Explored How can I as a student affairs professional help my students to see the importance of creating a positive online identity and help them to

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/952-finch (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Brittany Philbert, LaFarin Meriwether, & Kimberly Kolk
    Housing Institution The Florida State University Background Experience Working in university housing has provided LaFarin Meriwether with a different classroom to teach and develop college students She received a bachelor s degree in agricultural economics and an additional degree in agricultural education communication and leadership from the University of Kentucky She has an M B A from the University of Cincinnati Presenter Kimberly Kolk Professional Title Assistant Coordinator University Housing Institution The Florida State University Background Experience Kimberly Kolk is a second year graduate student at Florida State University pursuing her master s in higher education with a concentration in student affairs She also serves as a member of the Florida State University Higher Education Student Association executive board Her areas of interest within higher education include hazing prevention social media alcohol education and working with students with disabilities Abstract The purpose of this presentation is to discuss how the millennial student the dominant user of social media utilizes social networking sites SNs as tools for social activism Today s college students have been characterized as ego centric self serving and apathetic However current literature on the subject of millennial social media usage suggests an alternative perspective This viewpoint emphasizes

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/951-philbert-meriwether-kolk (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Andi Witczak
    leadership story This story can then be used in resume building social media presentation and job interviews Important Question Explored Branding is a process of attaching an idea to an object service organization or person We have all encountered brands as a retail phenomenon cosmetic and superficial overhyped and purveyors of consumerism How do we as students and educators maintain integrity and authenticity when relying on branding principles to create Brand You Extension of Session Experience In the session participants will learn and practice two simple tools an associative word list and action statements which form the foundation for creating a complete personal mission vision values and leadership promise Past successful examples will be shown after the interactive portion to demonstrate how the process continues Handouts and worksheets with the full project assignment and project process will be shared so that participants can return to their home institution ready to use the project as is or modify it for their own context Title of Session The Story of Brand You Creating a Personal Mission Vision Values and Promise Presenter Andi Witczak Professional Title Director Center for Civic Social Responsibility Courtesy Faculty in Design and Communication Studies Institution University of Kansas Background Experience Prior to becoming the director of the Center for Civic Social Responsibility Andi Witczak worked 18 years as a graphic design professional and educator with a research interest in brand strategy and visual storytelling Since 2006 she has been translating and applying design thinking strategies to challenges related to social responsibility and leadership development Her current research focuses on imagination as an essential skill set for creating meaningful social change She holds a BFA and MFA in graphic design from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Abstract The presentation is an interactive experience and will take participants

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/950-witczak (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV David Howell & Kristin Shebesta
    Engineering Background Experience Kristin Shebesta teaches leadership and social science related courses to business engineering and nursing students Shebesta lives out her leadership knowledge by serving as chair of MSOE s Retention Committee and director for Rader School of Business summer programs for high school students Shebesta earned her M A in communication from Marquette University and B S in marketing management with a minor in technical communication from MSOE Abstract By looking at college instruction through the metaphysical perspective of Nishida Kitaro a philosopher who emphasizes action and experience an instructor can focus on engendering a rich learning process in which the student can lose ego in the learning process This experiential approach is in contrast to social media where media enable cognitive and physical distance between the learner and his her learning community Important Questions Explored What is the role of social media in classes that encourage high order thought process How do we define high order thought process And how does this definition play into the larger definition of learning from a meta cognitive perspective How does Nishida s pure experience theory overlap with high order thought process and reflective thinking in general What do we gain

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/949-howell-shebesta (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Annabel Brooks, John W. Frank, Elizabeth Gregg, & Matthew Richardson
    inception in 2003 She is a UNF Community Scholar with the Center for Community Based Learning and recipient of the Susan B Anthony award Presenter John F ank Professional Title Coordinator Academic Support Services Institute for Values Community and Leadership Institution University of North Florida Background Experience John Frank has served as chair of UNF s Values Integration task force and facilitates the senior leadership practicum He coaches students in reflective practice as they post co curricular experiences to their experiential learning transcript He also teaches a course in inter group dialogue incorporating values driven leadership grounded in the social change model of leadership development Presenter Elizabeth Gregg Professional Title Assistant Professor Department of Leadership School Counseling and Sports Management Institution University of North Florida Background Experience In addition to her teaching duties in sport management Elizabeth Gregg serves as the academic program director for UNF s leadership program She completed two master of science degrees in sport administration and higher education administration with a focus on student affairs She went on to attain a doctor of philosophy with a concentration in sport management at Indiana University Presenter Matthew Richardson Professional Title Consultant Background Experience Matthew Richardson is a recent graduate of UNF and the UNF Leadership Program He graduated with a BA in communications Abstract The context of this presentation is student leadership development Through engaged pedagogies that stimulate learning outcomes impacting authenticity higher education can empower students as they discover their true selves and their leadership capacity therein Student affairs plays a critical role as it advances that quest The presenting team will demonstrate how they have advanced the transformation of higher education by creating an intentional learning environment built upon synergy with the academic core of the university Important Question Explored Student affairs professionals play a key

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/948-frank-brooks-gregg-richardson (2015-06-03)
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