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Research and Awards Committee posted on 10:43 AM, September 23, 2015
This new committee will focus on the development of a Research Strategy for CACUSS, including priorities for funding Canadian student affairs research. The committee also executes the Awards, Member Recognition, and Grants program.
Consultant to Develop Canadian Student Affairs Professional Learning Framework/Professional Development Plan posted on 8:37 AM, September 23, 2015
CACUSS is seeking proposals to develop a professional learning framework, set of Canadian Student Affairs competencies to help support the development of an association professional development plan. We...
NCHA Webinar for Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions posted on 8:08 AM, September 23, 2015
Are you interested in finding out more about the National College Health Assessment (NCHA)?
Call for Research/Special Project Grant applications posted on 11:38 AM, September 22, 2015
CACUSS has invested an additional $15,000 per year for the next 3 years to support Canadian research in student affairs and services. As such, we have added a fall “Call for Applications” for Research and Special Project grants. Members will be invited to apply for research/special project funding by October 15, 2015 and/or February 15, 2016. For details on the awards/grants click here.
Integrated Academic and Professional Advising CoP Survey posted on 7:50 AM, September 22, 2015
The purpose of the new Integrated Academic and Professional Advising CoP is to bring together advising professionals from across a range of common roles, such as academic, career, learning support, admissions, financial, student life, and student success advising.
Acknowledging the Whole Student Webinar posted on 5:47 AM, September 3, 2015
Much of our understanding of leadership theory is based on hierarchical systems and is grounded in research from business settings. Although researchers have presented more collaborative, relational leadership models for post-secondary students, these models have not been widely applied....
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