Our next conference will take place in 2019. Please check back in November for more information.
Vice President Lorena Checa captured this snapshot of all of this years attendees!
This year’s theme was "We are all Educators" and we focused on the co-curricular model. Our morning keynote speaker was Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik, Professor, ARPE, at San Diego State University. She gave an interactive presentation on Co-Curricular Learning and Assessment.
Following our morning group session, we listened to our student panels speak on the impact of intentional co-curricular learning initiatives.
We attended two breakout sessions this year that expanded on the co-curricular model and how it affects all of us at CSUSM.
Below are the Power Point Presentations for some of our sessions for your reference. Thank you all for making this years conference a success and we look forward to next year!
Morning Keynote - Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik
Understanding the Co-Curricular Model - Jennie Ruiz and Jason Schreiber, Dean of Students
Data Essentials: Evidence Based Culture & Decision-Making at CSUSM - Cameron Stevenson, Assistant Director Institutional Planning & Analysis
We are all Cougar Care Network (CCN) – Jennie Ruiz, Leslie Rockwell, Bonnie Campbell, Jill Flaa – Dean of Students Office
Help Them Connect or Watch Them Go! - Ericka Paez, Associate Director, Veteran Services
This year’s theme was "We are Diversity" and we had a great line up of experts who shared their knowledge with us throughout the day. Our morning presenter was Chris Nayve, Chris Nayve Bio.
Following our morning group session, we were pleased to offer a variety of small group break-out sessions that covered topics such as Critical Race Theory, Wellness in the Workplace and Building Multi-Cultural Competency.
In response to last year’s conference feedback we also added a fourth break-out session to allow for additional and a more diverse range of topics.
Of special note, we were very pleased to have the following two presenters join us.
Maricela Amezola, Esq. offered two sessions on providing support to AB 540 students and the legal implications that impact what support is possible.
Kandy Salas, Ph.D. offred two sessions for staff to share information about our new professional development program and how to use our Student Affairs competencies assessments to develop a personal professional development plan.
Below are the Power Point Presentations for all of our sessions for your reference. In addition we also have three sessions available to view using the YouTube links below. Those sessions are AB540 Students, Investing in You for Staff and Investing in You for Managers. Thank you all for making this years conference a success and we look forward to next year!
Thank you for attending the 1st Annual Professional Development Day! Below you'll find a list of presenters and the materials they provided during their sessions. We look forward to next year!
Power Point Presentations