A focused plan on professional development. Learn more…
Training and development of Professional Staff at Bridgewater State University starts in July for the upcoming academic year. Bridgewater has held an important and unique value that professional, GA, and student staff should not open the halls and start the school year exhausted. Training is thorough and fun, but allows time for staff to rest and re-energize so they are able to open the halls with optimal energy.
Do you need to rethink your relationship with parents?
Includes sample August RA Training Schedule…
Bridgewater State University Office of Residence Life and Housing is a featured program. “Through the Office of Residence Life and Housing, Bridgewater seeks to provide resident undergraduate housing that is safe, clean, comfortable and conducive to student learning. Our students enjoy living-learning environments where there is an appreciation of diversity, a respect for individual rights [READ MORE]
Get your RAs engaged over the summer…
Learn about use of the MyHousing web suite for returning student room selection…
Bridgewater State University Office of Residence Life and Housing is a featured program. Overview: Learn about Bridgewater State University and the Office of Residence Life and Housing Employment Profiles: Job opportunities at Bridgewater State University Focus on Hot Topics: It’s Time to Change our Views on Parental Involvement Focus on Supervision: Professional Development Planning and Strength Based [READ MORE]
Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Residence Life Office is a featured program. Overview: Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Focus on Leadership Development: REAL Conversations: Thought-provoking topics generating meaningful conversations for our students Focus on Programming: Beer Pong with a Twist…Can You Say Zombie Pong? Rewarding Student Participation in Programming Through the “Wool Bucks” Program Hotel _____(Hall [READ MORE]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Department of Residence Life is a featured program. Overview: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the Department of Residence Life Employment Profiles: Opportunities with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the Department of Residence Life Focus on Technology: Student Staffing in the Residence Life Management Information Office at the University of Wisconsin [READ MORE]
Western Connecticut State University Housing and Residence Life is a featured program. Overview: Western Connecticut State University and their Housing and Residence life Program Employment Profiles: Opportunities at Western Connecticut State University Focus on Assignments and Billing: Priority Points Focus on Programming: Promoting Positive Behavior: iMatter CULTURE program Academic Resources Mentors (ARMs) and Peer academic [READ MORE]
An article I recently read noted that the wealthiest places on earth are neither the oil fields of the Middle East nor the diamond mines of South Africa. Rather, the wealthiest places are the cemeteries. “Buried in the ground are businesses that were never formed, songs that were never sung, books that were never written, potential that was never realized, and dreams that never came to pass.”
I confess. At times, I procrastinate. I credit my college experience for the continuation of this sometimes stressful habit. College was awesome for me – an extrovert who loved to socialize. There were so many wonderful “distractions” to keep me occupied.
American novelist Ray Bradbury once said, “There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them.” According to the American Booksellers Association, 58% of Americans will never read another book after they graduate from high school. Shocking? It was to me. For someone who grew up with a love of books and reading, I found this statistic to be most startling.
O.K… I admit that telling someone to “wing it” – you know, carry out some type of task, program or event with little to no planning – may not sound like great advice. But sometimes, especially in the world of higher education, a little “winging it” every now and then could do us a lot of good.