Zachary Clark, director of Student Activities and Assessment for the Student Cooperative Association, will present two educational sessions at the upcoming National Association for Campus Activities national convention in Baltimore, Maryland, from February 18 through 21. NACA is a leader in higher education and provides educational opportunities and resources to support student activities and campus life at American colleges and universities.
The first session, titled “Closing that Loop: Effective Assessment in Student Activities,” will provide participants with an overview of assessment and evaluation in student affairs, as well as best practices for meaningful assessment measures in student activities and programming.
The second session, titled “When Two Become One: A Story of Two Programming Boards, Campus Climate, and Shrinking Resources,” discusses the merging of The Entertainment Network (TEN) and the Black Emphasis Committee (BEC) to form the Student Activity Committee (STATIC), IUP’s new campus-wide programming board, focusing on the history of programming at IUP and the mitigating factors precipitating the merger.
Clark is a 2007 graduate from Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in history education, and a 2009 graduate from IUP, where he earned his master’s degree in student affairs in higher education. He has 13 years of experience in student activities management, and is currently celebrating his eighth year at the Student Cooperative Association.
For more information on Clark’s presentations, please contact him at 724-357-1393 or firstname.lastname@example.org.