Speakers encourage others to ‘Rise Up, Take Action’ on MLK Day

Second year SAHE student, Jaelyn Coates, was invited to kick-off the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. community march on Jan. 15th in Old Town Square.  After moving through town, the march finished at the Lory Student Center at CSU, where keynote speaker Rev. Jamie Washington addressed those in attendance.  Read more about Jaelyn's message, and watch a short video ... Read More

Global Perspectives in Student Affairs: Student Perspectives Day 9 and 10

In our second day in Incheon we were able to visit University of Utah –Asia Campus and SUNY Korea, which consists of a partnership with Stonybrook University and the Fashion Institute of Technology. These campuses are within the Incheon Global Campus, a campus recently built by the Korean government to invite internationally competitive universities to provide a unique and attractive … Read More

Global Perspectives in Student Affairs: Student Perspectives Day 6

Today we had the opportunity to attend a performance of Nanta.  Nanta is one of the most widely attended performances in Korean history and combines acrobatics, acting, comedy, and cooking!  Having no context for what to expect when entering the performance hall, I quickly found myself swept away by the show’s percussive music, talented acrobatics, and audience engagement.  I was … Read More

Global Perspectives in Student Affairs: Student Perspectives Day 2 and 3

On day 3 of our trip in South Korea, I am reflecting on the hospitable and welcoming environment. Everyone had been so generous; and then we went to Sookmyung Women’s University. The Dean, administrators, and students made today one of my favorite parts of this trip thus far. We started the day with a presentation by the Dean where we … Read More

Global Perspectives in Student Affairs 2018

Student Affairs professionals must be prepared to work with an increasingly culturally diverse student, staff, and faculty population; respond to students who study or travel abroad and the transitional challenges of returning from international experiences; work with a growing population of international undergraduate and graduate students, and respond to the increasing demands from the federal government and educational associations to … Read More

Going LIVE with SAHE!

This fall, the Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) program provided an opportunity for the SAHE community, across the country and world, to engage in informational and research presentations occurring on campus.  Using Facebook Live as the platform, the SAHE community was invited to participate in the Access and Research Dialogue Series, hosted by the Division of Student Affairs at … Read More

SAHE Highlights

Check out the latest news from NASPA IV – West, where Josh Alvarez, instructor in the SAHE program, and current graduate student Bailey Dunn-Phillips are featured. “The Positive Impact of Higher Education” – Josh Alvarez Graduate Student Spotlight – Bailey Dunn-Phillips