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  • 2013 DICSV Sam Tang
    of South Carolina Background Experience Sam Tang received his undergraduate degree in writing literature and publishing from Emerson College While there he discovered the expansive and complicated world of higher education mainly through his work with orientation and student organizations He is currently in the higher education and student affairs program at the University of South Carolina His assistantship is in the Office of Student Conduct as the graduate assistant for civility where he is responsible for developing and implementing a campus wide civility campaign Tang is in the process of training for his first triathlon Abstract This session will cover the nature of viral trends that are propagated by the Internet by examining certain popular videos twitter campaigns and other viral efforts By analyzing what is popular participants will develop a working knowledge of viral media Participants will also examine the sometimes violent and otherwise inappropriate nature of online viral trends and the effect these trends can have on the development of student s ethics Important Question Explored What makes something viral Extension of Session Experience By attending this workshop participants will develop a brief history of viral videos trending campaigns and other popular social media elements Participants will

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/947-tang (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Amy VanDerWerf, Tim Ferret, & Josiah Hatfield
    a first year hall Interests include mentoring popular culture student leadership blogging and spending time with his wife and cat Abstract In the midst of students extensive and ubiquitous use of social media practitioners must provide students spaces to critically reflect on their use of these media and provide tools to help students present themselves genuinely as they bridge the physical and virtual worlds Students need to be specifically challenged to be mindful of how they communicate when engaging in civil dialogue The presenters will share insights gained from student participation in a program on their campus directed toward use of social media and civil dialogue Important Question Explored Is your institution department helping encourage students towards thoughtful civil dialogue when engaging with social media Extension of Session Experience Participants will be exposed to current statistics and research about social networking site use of college students with specific attention given to current thoughts about civil dialogue related to social media They will also be introduced to a program which was designed to help students reflect on social media use related to civil dialogue Through the presentation and guided discussion participants will be provided with ways to identify positive and poor use of civil discourse among college students Throughout the session participants will be given the opportunity to share with colleagues concerns and observations made from their own campuses as well as efforts they have made to address these situations Media http www pennlive com editorials index ssf 2011 07 what happened to civil dialogu html Amy VanDerWerf Tim Ferret Josiah Hatfield 2013 Jon C Dalton Institute on College Student Values Session Presenters Title of Session Watching the News Feed Critical Reflection on the Contemporary Use of Social Media as It Relates to Identity Congruence and Civil Discourse in College Students Presenter Amy VanDerWerf Professional Title Director of Residence Life Institution Messiah College Background Experience Amy VanDerWerf holds a B S in human resources from Northwestern College MN and a M A in higher education from Geneva College PA She has spent the past sixteen years working with college students as an admissions counselor a residence director and most recently as director of residence ife at Messiah College PA She is passionate about learning outcomes assessment documenting life by taking posting a photo a day all things Minnesotan and chips salsa Presenter Tim Ferret Professional Title Residence Director Institution Messiah College Background Experience Tim Ferret is in his sixth year of residence life with an undergrad degree from Northwestern College MN and a M Ed in student affairs from Regent University VA He has worked with college students in a variety of non residence life settings as well including backpacking trips international trips summer camps and urban exposure trips Professional interests include leadership development mentoring and student discipline Presenter Josiah Hatfield Professional Title Residence Director Institution Messiah College Background Experience Josiah received a B A in international business and M A in higher education and student development from Taylor University Upland

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/946-vanderwerf-ferret-hatfield (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Rebecca A. Kennedy & Holly Widick
    within Higher Education Baylor University Poverty Summit November 2008 Living Missionally in the 21st Century Baylor University Chapel October 2008 Ordinary People Leading from the Middle Association of Christians in Student Development National Conference 2006 and A Strengths Based Approach to Helping Students Discover a Sense of Calling Dalton Institute on College Student Values National Conference 2006 Presenter Rebecca A Kennedy Professional Title Coordinator for Student Missions Institution Baylor University Background Experience Prior to joining the Baylor Missions staff in 2011 Holly Widick focused on creating managing and assessing strategic public relations and social media campaigns both in higher education and the non profit sector As a part of her current role in Baylor Missions she plays an active role in creating both physical and virtual environments that allow for students share their photos videos reflections and stories about their global service experiences throughout our programs Abstract Baylor University Missions utilizes social media to facilitate informed engagement within the university s discipline specific mission program Faculty and students actively participate in and reflect on the intersection of faith learning and service The use of social media is an opportunity to reflect on transformational experiences a gateway to inspire student participation

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/944-kennedy-widick (2015-06-03)
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    Twitter Facebook 2013 DICSV Session Presenters Filter Title Filter 2013 DICSV Annette T Schmeling and Dennis Thomas O Connor 2013 DICSV Jodi RB Eastberg Donna Engelmann Jennifer Geigel Mikulay 2013 DICSV Amma Marfo 2013 DICSV Amy Chasteen Miller John Bishop Staci Cox Joshua Duplantis 2013 DICSV Jake Grohs Analise Adams Ryan Brock 2013 DICSV Paul Gordon Brown 2013 DICSV Perry L Glanzer 2013 DICSV Jake Frasier Kari Roberts 2013 DICSV

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters?start=15 (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Jon Craig Barch
    As an undergraduate student at NMU working on a BS in psychology he was a student participant in the SLFP 1997 99 He went on to earn an MS in experimental psychology and is currently in the final stages of finishing his dissertation for a PhD in educational psychology from the Psychological and Quantitative Foundations of Education Department at the University of Iowa He teaches a leadership theory and practice course to SLFP participants and has taught research methods among several other courses to both undergraduates and graduate students in the Department of Psychology at NMU Session Experience I will provide an overview of the Student Leader Fellowship Program SLFP including its purpose main components foundational theory and talk about how the program was started and how it has evolved over the past 21 years I will share several examples of how we help students explore the ethic of social responsibility discover their personal values and develop their leadership by acting congruently with their passions beliefs and encouraging others to get involved In an effort to engage the session participants in as much discussion as possible I will share some brief video testimonials from program graduates One point of productivity I hope to spend some extra time on is the importance of strong mixed methods assessment strategies Extending the Experience After the session participants will have an open invitation for further communication about the SLFP I will make all programmatic materials available to those who want them promotional items surveys inventories application syllabi purpose goal statements etc I will propose and welcome some new ideas to initiate collaboration between my students and students from other university leadership programs Media This website serves as a newsletter for the program with stories updated monthly and sometimes weekly There is a 5 minute

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/824-barch (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Jon C. Dalton and Pamela C. Crosby
    is former director of the Hardee Center for Leadership and Ethics at Florida State University and is co editor of the Journal of College and Character sponsored by 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 sponsored by NASPA and chief editor of Character Clearinghouse sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at FSU Her advanced degrees are in philosophy and her research interests are philosophical ethics and historical perspectives in higher education Session Experience We will be presenting a critique of some of the problems with the contemporary college extracurriculum and offering suggestions on strategies for enhancing student affairs leadership in designing and leading student activities that can be integrated with the academic and moral mission of colleges and universities The Journal of College and Characte r and Character Clearinghouse are sponsoring this session Extending the Experience This presentation is based on a working paper that will be published as a From the Editors article in the August 2012 Back to School issue of the Journal of College and Character along with articles by invited authors

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/822-daltoncrosby2012 (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV D. Craig Filar, Cadence Kidwell, Laura Osteen, and Kathleen Shea Smith
    s online portal for global opportunities Prior to her current position Kidwell was the director for FSU s Center for Teaching and Learning In addition to her Ph D in English from Florida State University she holds a M S in clinical counseling psychology She has participated in intercultural exchanges in Cuba Turkey and Costa Rica Presenter Laura Osteen Professional Title Director Center for Leadership and Civic Education Institution Florida State University Background Experience Laura Osteen is director of Florida State University s Center for Leadership Civic Education a campus wide endeavor to develop responsible citizens and effective leaders Osteen teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in the higher education department and the Undergraduate Leadership Studies Program She received her doctorate of philosophy degree from the University of Maryland in the field of college student personnel with an emphasis in leadership development and organizational change Her master s degree is in student affairs and higher education from Colorado State University and her bachelor s degree is in speech communication from Indiana University She is a member of the Leadership Identity Development research team Presenter Kathleen Shea Smith Professional Title Associate Director Advising First Institution Florida State University Background Experience Kathleen Smith serves as the associate director of Advising First the network of academic advisors within the Division of Undergraduate Studies at Florida State University Prior to serving in this role Kathleen developed and led the Advising First Center for Exploratory Students a program that places passion and purpose at the center of educational decision making The center was recognized as a 2011 Outstanding Academic Advising Program by the National Academic Advising Association NACADA Smith is a regular presenter at national and regional advising conferences and launched the NACADA Research Symposium initiative a program that supports academic advisors with scholarly research activity

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/820-filaretal (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Anne-Marie Turnage
    MountainServe Center for Global Citizenship Institution Lock Haven University Background Experience Anne Marie Turnage is the director of the MountainServe Center for Global Citizenship at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania USA She coordinates co curricular service learning partnerships locally nationally and globally Turnage has presented on service learning best practices at Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar Senegal Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Zacatecas in Zacatecas Mexico the International Partnership for Service Learning Conference in Chiang Mai Thailand the National Conference on Volunteering and Service SUNY Binghamton Morehead State University the Appalachian Studies Association the Pennsylvania Council for International Education and the Pennsylvania Campus Compact She has authored articles on rural community development Session Experience With its focus on international service learning the session offers participants to engage in a dialogue about program development the service learning experience and challenges as well as best practices in such partnerships Extending the Experience After the session participants can continue the dialogue and learn more about our work beyond the conference through MountainServe s Facebook page and Wiki Abstract Lock Haven University is an institution committed to international education It is also home to allied health professional fields of academic study that have a

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/785-turnage2012 (2015-06-03)
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