Student Affairs in Higher Education Graduate Students Present at National Conference

Posted on 3/29/2010 3:28:56 PM

Several graduate students from the Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education presented educational programs at the annual convention of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) in Boston on March 20–24, 2010.

Brynn Cunningham copresented “Service-Learning as Professional Development” with Pete Mather of Ohio University. Jared Hammond joined Margaret Hammond in a presentation of her thesis research, “Faculty Perceptions of Student Affairs’ Role in Student Learning.” Jason Lee presented on his thesis research, titled “Debt Management and the First Generation Student: Thinking Beyond Access.” And David Tiscione presented his thesis research, “Attitudes, Behaviors, and Possible Effects of a Lower Drinking Age.”

ACPA is one of the two leading professional associations serving over 8,500 student affairs practitioners, graduate preparation faculty members, and graduate students in the student affairs profession.