Site Update: October 16, 2017
Black vs. Ghetto: A Perspective on University Programming from an African American Student Attending a Predominantly White University
A staff member responds to an event that equated African American culture to the ghetto.
How do we confront? Is it really a skill?
Steps to follow when handling situations that involve confrontation with residents.
Does It Matter? You Bet It Does: Helping Resident Assistants Explore GLBT Issues
Finding teachable moments for our residents surrounding GLBT issues.
Late Night Fun with Army Men
To have fun in the workplace…you must be creative and be able to work on a tight budget. Knowing these things, I made a trip to the Dollar Store. Can you say “search and rescue”…
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The Judicial Educator Service is affordable and easy to manage. Two dozen modules are designed to help educate students on topics including alcohol, marijuana, smoking, fire safety, dating violence, harassment, vandalism, civility & respect, bystander education, academic integrity, anger management, conflict mediation, online citizenship, living with a roommate, residence halls, and off-campus life.