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  • 2012 DICSV Marianne Magjuka
    seven key characteristics of the Millennial Generation special sheltered confident team oriented conventional pressured and achieving These characteristics have significant implications for the design and delivery of student life programs and services Lowery 2004 p 87 As student affairs professionals we must form a cohesive plan for student development that integrates academic content character development and co curricular experiences As noted in Keeling 2004 Learning is a complex holistic multi centric activity that occurs throughout and across the college experience p 7 and Learning development and identity formation can no longer be considered as separate from each other they are interactive and shape each other as they evolve p 10 Students face distinct challenges in each year of the collegiate experience At Wake Forest we have implemented a comprehensive holistic multi year approach to student growth and development called My Journey which engages students in intentional activities and provides critical guidance and direction at appropriate times throughout the college experience Each year is marked by a theme and corresponding activities services and programs In the first year called Awakenings we focus on transitions with an emphasis on personal responsibility and citizenship During the Sophomore INventure we challenge students to look inward exploring aspirations vocational interests hopes and dreams During Junior Connections this exploration continues with an outward focus through international service study abroad and internships Finally the senior year returns to a focus on transitions celebrations and closure In this presentation we will share the challenges that we have faced in our implementation of My Journey and engage participants in a discussion about how they could best implement similar plans on their campuses Extending the Experience Participants will discuss obstacles and setbacks that we have experienced and share strategies that we have employed to overcome these difficulties We will discuss

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/786-marianne-magjuka-2012 (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Melissa Paulsen
    Mendoza College of Business University of Notre Dame and a BA in English and philosophy from Assumption College in Worcester Massachusetts Session Experience What are the best business models for the microentrepreneur What does the microentrepreneur need to know in terms of marketing accounting finance and management for the venture to achieve financial sustainability Microenterprise development programs attempt to answer these and other questions through technical assistance and start up programs The reality however is that many microentrepreneurs are deficient in terms of the tools and skills necessary to fully exploit market opportunities and grow their businesses This is especially apparent as entrepreneurs move beyond the homogeneous start up issues to the more heterogeneous geography and industry specific challenges faced post launch This workshop will articulate what the University of Notre Dame has done to engage business and non business undergraduate students in a curricular program designed to provide technical assistance and mentoring to low income entrepreneurs at the post launch stage of their businesses We have demonstrated that university students can and should play a role in microenterprise development and will share learnings from our work over the past four years both our successes and challenges in the hopes that other universities will adopt and adapt our program Our program allows for a community based service learning experience This approach is characterized by reciprocity of value and shared learning application of academic skills in a real world context and an experiential process that provides a useful service to the community while enhancing the student s skills In addition we desire to engage the audience in a problem solving activity by presenting one of the program s principle challenges that the microentrepreneurs while enterprising have built flawed business models Our students are building business in a box models rooted in

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/790-paulsen-2012 (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Elana Karshmer, B. Lee Hobbs, Victoria Anyikwa, Trish Parrish, & Shannon Farris
    School of Education and Social Services Institution Saint Leo University Presenter Shannon Farris Professional Title QEP Administrator LEAD and Annual Contract Faculty for Psychology Institution Saint Leo University Background Experience All presenters are members of the Saint Leo University Faculty Fellows group and have taught for the university Our presenters represent fields as diverse as English social work education psychology and librarianship and are at varying stages of their careers Session Experience Because our panel is comprised of faculty members from across the disciplines and of various levels of experience and authority our session will provide an interesting cross section of perspectives The panel is made up of faculty members and administrators participating in our institution s first Faculty Fellows program a group of faculty members selected to work with QEP administrators to create a rubric and accompanying exercise that could be used in a variety of courses in order to both teach and assess critical thinking skills based on our university s core values The Faculty Fellows group is a lively bunch of faculty members who have been working together since August 2011 We know each other well and have a lot of experience to draw on in terms of working as a team and using positive methods to address differences of opinion our panel discussion will address many of these experiences and provide insight into both forming a similar group and enhancing critical thinking opportunities across the disciplines Extending the Experience The varying experiences of our panel and the many disciplines our presenters represent will ensure that participants in the session will be able to take away at least one perspective that might help facilitate discussion or engender interest back at their home campuses It is our hope that the many backgrounds and experiences our panelists have will

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/788-karshmer-et-all (2015-06-03)
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    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters?start=15 (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Dena Register and Andi Witczak
    degree program and clinical training sites for Mahidol University College of Music in Bangkok Thailand Register continues to work with this program as a consultant and international educator taking students abroad to provide services to various underserved populations Presenter Andi Witczak Professional Title Director of the Center for Service Learning Institution University of Kansas Background Experience Andi Witczak is director of the Center for Service Learning at the University of Kansas and holds a courtesy appointment in communication studies leadership studies minor A graphic designer by experience and education Witczak s teaching and research have focused on the design and delivery of a social change framework and process that generates space for innovative interdisciplinary collaboration across change contexts combining adaptive leadership theory and analysis design thinking theory and tools and civic leadership competencies Session Experience Presenters will draw on live music experiences and audience participation to illustrate ways to find common ground in a diverse group to use as a basis for furthering academic experiences and knowledge Participants will explore and discuss each of these four components and the role they play in rich educational experiences Important Question Explored What are some useful strategies for assessing and making visible the

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/589-register-witczak (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Michael Hebbeler
    an M A in theological studies at the University of Dayton where he also studied as an undergraduate After college he served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps as an advocate for homeless families at New Life Community in Cleveland OH His master s thesis The Sister Karamazov Dorothy Day s Encounter with Dostoevsky s Novel explores how a story can inform and shape a truthful life Session Experience The aim of the presentation is to provide educators with an approach to cultivating a sense of purpose in their students lives This session will explore An emphasis on the need for students to unplug in order to create the necessary space for reflective thought A framework through which students can approach vocational discernmentResources in the Christian tradition that help students cultivate an interior life A response to the interior call through action using one s talents to meet the needs of the world Important Question Explored What kinds of resources in the Christian tradition can help students cultivate an inner life Extending the Experience After the session participants will have a framework that can help student approach vocational discernment Abstract In the Christian tradition the notion of vocation refers to one

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/580-hebbeler (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Jessica Gosnell
    as part of the Center for Teaching Excellence at St Ambrose University Session Experience Through discussion the session offers opportunities for individuals to share with and learn from civic engagement practitioners and others and focuses on mediation as a practical application of theoretical perspectives of justice Important Question Explored What are ways that best integrate real life skills into theoretical courses for student enrichment Extending the Experience After the session

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/578-gosnell (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Kellie Gerbers and Jordan Merrick
    with leadership development programs and mentored NCAA athletes Presenter Jordan Merrick Professional Title Director FSU Challenge and Camp Flastacowo Institution The Florida State University Background Experience Jordan Merrick earned a BS and MS in recreation and leisure services administration at The Florida State University Prior to working with FSU Campus Recreation Merrick worked with Project Adventure building and evaluating challenge courses all over the United States Session Experience The session will be highly participatory Not only will there be an active exchange of ideas but participants will physically engage in group activities Presenters guarantee that the presentation will incorporate a rubber chicken at some point because those in the field of recreation like to play The focus of the presentation is on creating partnerships on campus We ll discuss how various departments within the field of student affairs can utilize outdoor recreation programming challenge courses adventure trips outdoor spaces etc to strengthen students understanding of their own knowledge skills and values Important Question Explored What are some examples of partnerships between outdoor recreation programs and other areas of student services that help students to identify their values strengths and interests Extending the Experience After the session participants will take with

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/577-kellie-gerbers-and-jordan-merrick (2015-06-03)
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