The Department of Residence Life is excited to host the first On-Campus Housing Inclusion Week! From January 23-29, there will be events occurring almost every night in residential living spaces across campus. Please see advertising for specific details! If you do not live in the hall that a program is occurring, please make sure you
Brandon Carlson awarded an Aggie Green Fund Grant totaling $18,500 for interior recycling and recycling signage for each residence hall on campus in 2016. Dustin Grabsch, Carol Binzer, Blanca Flores, Kyle McCracken, & Craig Rotter awarded the Division of Student Affairs College Completion Grant totaling $25,000 over two years beginning in 2016.
Angela Calise-Latino was a co-publisher on Male Ethnic Subgroups: Patterns in College Enrollment and Degree Completion New Directions for Higher Education Special Issue: College Completion for Latino/a Students: Institutional and System Approaches Volume 2015, Issue 172, Pages 59 – 69 Winter 2015
Dustin Grabsch Co-Presenter (2016) Assessing and addressing cultural competence in agriculture: Agricultural background as a social identity. Poster presentation at Texas A&M University’s Student Research Week. College Station, TX. Dustin Grabsch Co-Presenter (2016) Outcomes for a dialogue about diversity in a graduate learning community in agriculture. Poster presentation at the NACTA Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI.
Brandon Carlson presented “Sustainability Blueprint: A Residence Life Perspective on Sustainability Education” at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) National Conference in October 2016. Dustin Grabsch Co-Presenter (2016) Increasing Intentionality of Policy Internships: Shaping a Student’s Experience. Program presented at the NASPA Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Conference. Indianapolis, IN.
Sara Harrison McCoy named Co-Chair of the SWACUHO Newsletter Committee in 2016 Angela Calise Fish Camp Namesake 2016: Camp Calise Session A Yellow Sara Harrison McCoy T-Camp Namesake 2016 Gennie Lynn graduated with her doctorate from Stephen F. Austin in December 2015. Dissertation: “Grounded Theory of Caring Behavior in Student Affairs Mentoring Relationships”. Kelly Gilton