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  • 2011 DICSV Sandy Murphy, Daniel Robinson, and Rebecca Welch
    a campus minister and co facilitates the college s service trips program She has witnessed and supported many students as they search for a sense of purpose in light of powerful service experiences that expose them to the many needs in the world around us Murphy is also a certified spiritual director and has worked with many students in their search for purpose Presenter Daniel Robinson Professional Title Director of Center for Community Service and Learning CCSL Institution St Norbert College Background Experience Daniel Robinson is the director of St Norbert College s Center for Community Service and Learning CCSL The CCSL connects students faculty staff and alumni with local community agencies building relationships of mutuality and supporting service efforts on campus The center s creation is rooted in the mission of the institution and is impacting the way that students understand their call to respond to the needs of the local community Presenter Rebecca Welch Professional Title Assistant Director of the Program of Faith Learning Vocation Institution St Norbert College Background Experience Rebecca Welch is the assistant director of the Program of Faith Learning Vocation Her department s work supports the vocational exploration of students faculty and staff through workshops book discussions and study groups retreats and a team of peer ministry students The department consistently highlights the role of the community in understanding our own personal callings Session Experience This is a highly interactive session Participants are invited to draw upon their own experiences and apply the information in the presentation to their own institutions and departments Important Questions Explored How can a higher learning community help students understand their call by exploring its own institutional call How can students more fully understand their purpose by connecting with the wider community Extending the Experience After the session participants

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/576-murphy-robinson-welch (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Blake A. Allan and Elizabeth M. Bott
    the overlap between positive existential and counseling psychology especially in the area of career calling Presenter Elizabeth M Bott Professional Title Graduate Student Institution University of Florida Background Experience Elizabeth Bott M A has researched career development especially as it relates to at risk high school populations More specifically she has looked at the effectiveness of specialized programs in the development of interest in STEM careers She has also served as a teacher and counselor to diverse groups of high school students and is currently a counseling psychology doctoral student at University of Florida Uniting both presenters is their leadership positions among college students and their interest in positive psychology and career development Furthermore they both work under a leading researcher in the area of career calling Session Experience This session focuses on the exciting new area of career calling The goal of the presentation is to engage participants in understanding the definition and theoretical background of career calling while integrating findings from current literature Participants will develop an understanding of the significant relationships between career calling and career and well being variables such as career decidedness life satisfaction and life meaning Additionally participants will have an opportunity to reflect on their own career paths as they relate to career calling In combining knowledge of current literature with self reflection participants will be invited to discuss applications of their learning to their work roles with college students The ultimate aim of this session is to equip participants with tools to support college students who are in early stages of career development Important Question Explored What research findings can help practitioners and faculty formulate a new approach for increasing college students callings Extending the Experience After the session participants will continue the process of self reflection on the meaning and prosocial

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/575-allan-bott (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Aaron Einfeld, Kyle Heys, and Annie Mas-Smith
    Presenter Kyle Heys Professional Title Resident Director Background Information After a few years as a high school teacher Kyle Heys learned he loved the learning that happens in a variety of traditional and non traditional contexts This realization led to grad school in student affairs at Michigan State and positions at Michigan State Calvin College and the National Outdoor Leadership School Presenter Annie Mas Smith Professional Title Resident Director Institution Calvin College Background Information During her junior year at Calvin Annie Mas Smith discovered her passion for student affairs after attending a NODA conference as a student leader Following graduation she took a job working in New Student Orientation and now serves as a resident director She is currently finishing up her master s degree in student affairs at Grand Valley State University Session Experience Participants can learn about four programs and practices that help students develop lives of purpose and the theories that address purposeful contexts in which students can grow Student quotes and photos enliven the presentation along with times to ask questions and discuss other effective practices Important Question Explored What are four programs and practices that help students to develop lives of purpose Extending the Experience

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/574-aaron-einfeld-kyle-heys-and-annie-mas-smith (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Jennifer Discher, Lee Krähenbühl, and Carol Schwartz
    leadership from Wayne State University She is currently a doctoral candidate in higher education administration at the University of Toledo She has taught Christian leadership social analysis of education homelessness medical ethics and service learning courses Discher has also been involved in mentoring community migrant outreach and multiple social justice projects Presenter Lee Krähenbühl Professional Title Director Community Health Education Onstage Institution Mercy College of Northwest Ohio Background Experience Lee Krähenbühl PhD is a communication professional and adjunct faculty member at Mercy College of Northwest Ohio He has taught communication ethics and public communication for the past 24 years Krähenbühl is founding director of Community Health Education Onstage a program that provides continuing education for healthcare professionals He holds the master s degree in theology and the arts from Pacific School of Religion and doctoral degree in speech theatre from the University of Oregon Presenter Carol Schwartz Professional Title Doctoral Candidate Institution University of Toledo Background Experience Carol Schwartz is an educator with a passion for and commitment to the creation of effective learning experiences for students She has a master s degree in education theory and social foundations from the University of Toledo and is currently a doctoral candidate in higher education administration at the same institution As an adjunct faculty member Schwartz has taught courses in educational leadership educational theory curriculum design and instruction and instructional technology She regularly works in professional development for faculty and staff members Session Experience Presenters argue that there is refreshing power in recalling personal experiences of calling that period in which each person crossed the threshold between past lives and professional vocation For some this experience happens in a single moment of clarity for others this experience is a series of events that more gradually bring vocational direction into focus Important Question

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/573-discher-kraehenbuehl-schwartz (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Blaine J. Fowers and Laura Cohen
    be encouraged in higher education Extending the Experience After the session participants will have learned ways to apply Aristotle s theory through two extended examples one in an undergraduate course on character that he teaches and the other in career development practices on benevolent purpose in college student be encouraged in higher education Abstract Aristotle s ethics focuses on eudaimonia flourishing as the fulfillment of core human characteristics centrally our social and rational nature Purpose is essential to the good life because rational beings require reasons to support actions Benevolence is indispensible because social beings require stable trustworthy relationships and communities to flourish Benevolence and purpose are vital in the formative stage of emerging adulthood focused on work and relationship choices This theory seamlessly integrates development education and moral action Title of Second Session Benevolent Purposive Activities and Well Being in College Students Three Investigations With Co Presenter Laura Cohen Professional Title Doctoral Scholar Institution University of Miami Background Experience Laura Cohen is a first year student and Barbara Marks Scholar in the Counseling Psychology Ph D program at the University of Miami She earned a B A in Psychology at Florida Atlantic University in 2007 After graduating she spent three years working in Clinical Psychology research at the University of Miami Her early research focused on positive psychology health related quality of life in individuals with chronic illnesses and psychosocial developmental outcomes in young deaf children with cochlear implants Laura s primary research interests include goal pursuit well being cross cultural psychology health psychology and measure development Session Experience The second session will present a data informed view of purpose meaning and well being among college students summarizing the essential results of three studies These studies are unique in their way of directly and examining Aristotle s theory of

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/572-fowers-cohen (2015-06-03)
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  • 2011 DICSV Lisa Liseno and Patrick Heaton
    Liseno who teaches courses in the Academic Center for Excellence and Department of Philosophy at The Florida State University has implemented these strategies in the undergraduate classroom context Presenter Patrick Heaton Professional Title Assistant Dean of Students Director for New Student Family Programs Institution The Florida State University Background Experience Patrick Heaton chairs the FSU One Book One Campus book selection committee and implementation process Session Experience Presenters Lisa Liseno and Patrick Heaton provide a description of the shared book program They show how assignments based on the selected book can be incorporated to assist college students in their pursuit of purpose and passion Liseno and Heaton cover ways that various types of academic institutions can implement this type of shared book program and share specific examples of assignments based on these books and student s responses to these assignments Participants engage in interactive dialogue regarding lessons learned implementation challenges innovations and feedback about successful strategies for creating meaningful classroom discussion and assignments Important Question Explored How can student assignments and projects incorporate the shared book program Extending the Experience After the session participants will have ideas relating to successful strategies for creating meaningful classroom discussion and assignments Abstract Creating

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters/571-lisa-liseno-and-patrick-heaton (2015-06-03)
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  • Student Submissions
    being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Topics should be ONE of the following Significant influences on personal moral values and beliefs during college The moral conflicts experienced as a student in college Colleges experiences which help to develop more awareness and commitment to ethical values and conduct Approaches that should be or not be done to encourage moral development in college students Personal experiences reflections

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/submissions/types-of-submissions/230-student-submissions (2015-06-03)
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  • Videos
    that pertains to the moral development of college students Sound must be clear articulate and absent of feedback To meet accessibility requirements videos must be submitted with a transcript Creativity is encouraged and videos may range from spoken word presentation to short films Format For optimal results MPEG4 Divx Xvid format at 1080p or 720p resolution with MP3 audio is recommended Language Media should have inclusive language free of disrespect

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/submissions/types-of-submissions/1098-videos (2015-06-03)
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