October Division Update

Our Division’s new Strategic Plan is complete and now the real work begins. Find out how we’re shaping the future of our university each and every day.

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Message from the VP

Gage Paine, Vice President for Student Affairs

Gage Paine, Vice President for Student Affairs

“No matter how gorgeous the view books, that’s never the full picture of a campus. Even more than the architecture, it’s the people – the energy of students who hurry or meander across campus, the sounds in the hallways as classes change…” read on

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Division News

Did you make it to Healthyhorns Fest? Did you know this is Relationship Violence Awareness Month? Learn the latest about what’s happening across the Division right here.

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Student Affairs Standouts

Hemlata Jhaveri, Justin Jaskowiak, Jonathan Gonzales & Floyd Hoelting

Hemlata Jhaveri, Justin Jaskowiak, Jonathan Gonzales & Floyd Hoelting

Find out who’s just been honored with the Hoelting Team Player Award or will soon serve as the host director of an upcoming international conference here among our Student Affairs Standouts.

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New Hires and Promotions

We have over a dozen new faces around the Division this month. Find out who they are and who just received a promotion for the great work they do every day.

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Mark Your Calendar

Division of Student Affairs Student Job & Volunteer FairFrom flu shots to the Division of Student Affairs Student Job and Volunteer Fair, October’s going to be a busy month. Keep up by knowing what’s coming up.

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“In the News”

Want to know how we help students manage stress or develop professional skill sets? You’re in luck, because those are just a few of the stories going around this past month about the many ways we help students succeed.

 

 

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