Lessons from the field: Reflections on principles and practices to set your team up for success
recorded: Friday, July 23, 2021 12pm-1:30 pm eastern

Join former colleagues in a dialogue about the work we do, how to be good stewards, cultivating agency and potential, and build strong supervision relationships.  Then, building upon their work together, they share insights in leading from their sphere of influence, creating change, and building solid foundations in different spaces, including tips and resources you can use now.

Presenters

  • Carolyn J. Harris (she/her), Associate Director, Student Leadership and Involvement, Johns Hopkins University
  • Dr. Danielle Morgan Acosta (she/her), Associate Dean of Students, Clark University
  • Josh Kinchen (he/him), Director, LGBTQ+ Resources Center, George Mason University

A Conversation on Identity-Conscious Supervision with Dr. Craig Elliott
recorded: Friday, June 25, 2021 12pm-1:30 pm eastern
(content ends at the 54:05 mark)

Roundtable discussion on return ro campus plans and the impact on mid-level professionals
recorded: May 21, 2021

Using Institutional Data to Catalyze Change: a how to for the mid-level Student Affairs Professional
April 2021

But the Student Said Not to Say Anything–a Conversation about training for our Title IX reporting staff
recorded: February 2021

How does whiteness show up in racist harm response work? A literature analysis and framework for student affairs practice
recorded: December 2020

We showcase one of our sponsored programs from ACPA 20—sorry no recording available at this time
recorded: November 2020

Open Call with Mid-Level professionals (varied topics)–not recorded
October 2020

Supporting Entry Level Workaholics: A Mid-Level Manager’s Guide
recorded: September 2020

Queers Need Resources
recorded: May 2020

Queerness at the Mid-level

Supervising the “current generation”: Millennials & Generation Z!

Parenting at the Mid-Level-a Panel Discussion

From Convention to Practice: taking what you learned at convention and implementing it on campus

The ACPA Strategic Imperative for Racial Justice and Decolonization at the Mid-Level

Managing work, life, and everything else from the Middle-Mid-Level Community of Practice

How To Manage Your State While Walking on Fire- handling stress at the Mid-Level

Changing functional areas in Student Affairs: does it make sense for my career?

Assessing Ourselves. Co-sponsored by the Commission for Assessment and Evaluation and Mid-Level Community of Practice