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You can register for a single webinar or several at a time. A registration link is displayed on each course page. This will bring you to one of two separate registration pages containing a listing of either all UPCOMING webinars or all ARCHIVED replays.

** Please read our FAQ Section for general information about our webinars including System Requirements and recommended Compatibility Check.

UPCOMING WEBINARS (listed by date)

109. Substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders among college students
Date/Time: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 1pm EST
Instructor: Jonathan Beazley & Paige Hover
Duration: 1 hour | Price: $98

101. A Comprehensive Four-Tiered Leadership Model: Theory to Practice
Date/Time: Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 2pm EST
Instructor: Dr. Hank Parkinson
Duration: 1 hour | Price: $98




WEBINAR REPLAYS

All Webinar Replays are priced at $98 or $108 depending on the length of the session.

110. Welcome Home: Residential Impact on Student Persistence & Revenue Indicators

107. What to do to Address Binge Drinking on College Campuses

106. Investigating Sexual Misconduct: from Allegation to Finding

105. Supporting Identity Development among Multiracial Students to Increase Institutional Connectedness

104. Gratitude on Campus: A simple practice to improve resiliency and well-being

103. Communication Skills: Dealing with difficult topics

102. Motivational Interviewing: A model for behavioral change

100. Boosting Athletic Attendance (without resorting to bribes)

99. Necessary Steps: Roadmap to First Generation College Student Success

98. Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Investigations: An Introduction

97. The Glass Ceiling: Where are the Black Student Affairs Professionals?

96. Building Assessment Into Your Daily Work in Student Affairs

95. Win the Lawsuit & Save a Life - Real Talk about Greeks & Hazing

94. Cyber Grieving: Social Media In Addressing Grief and Loss and Inspiring Well-Being in Students

93. Students with Autism/Aspergers: Information for Student Affairs Professionals

92. Students with Autism/Aspergers: Information for Faculty

91. Students with Autism/Aspergers in the Residence Halls

90. Emerging Identity Theories in Student Affairs Practice

89. Introduction to Using Developmental Theory in Student Affairs Practice

88. Serving Student Veterans in Higher Education Ė Part II

86. Predicting Attrition: A new look at retention

85. Tools for Supervision III: Managing Conflict, Staff Development and Team Performance

84. Investigating Sexual Misconduct: from Allegation to Finding

83. Tools for Supervision II: Supervising Early-Career Professionals

82. Communication Skills: Dealing with difficult topics

81. Tools for Supervision I: Supervising Student Employees, Peer Educators, and Graduate Students

80. Motivational Interviewing: A model for behavioral change

79. Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Investigations: An Introduction

77. High Impact: Increasing the Persistence of At-Risk Students (Using Programs You Likely Already Have)

76. 5 things to start doing and 5 things to stop doing to increase school spirit on your campus

75. When Grief Hits Campus: Strategies and Interventions to Support Grieving Students

74. The Glass Ceiling: Where are the Black Student Affairs Professionals?

73. Win the Lawsuit & Save a Life - Real Talk About Greeks & Hazing

71. Student Inclusion in Interactive Alcohol Education Initiatives

70. Organizing Time, Tasks and Teams

69. Engaging Introverts on Campus

67. Using Residence Life Staff to Assess Engagement and Aid in Student Retention

66. Budget Basics for Student Affairs Professionals

64. College Cyberbullying: The Virtual Bathroom Wall

63. Prescription Drug Abuse on Campus: A View from the Trenches

61. Feeling the Spirit: Cultivating School Spirit for the Millennial Generation

60. Developing Creative Reporting Mechanisms That People Will Actually Use

59. Building Assessment Capacity in Student Affairs

57. Commuter Students: Balancing Work, Family, and Academics

53. Facilitating Inclusion Training Sessions: Critical Doís and Doníts, Tips, and Tools

52. Designing Inclusion Workshops: Key Principles and Potential Traps

51. Inclusion 101 Workshop Activities - A Training Guide

41. Another Survey?!? Alternative Assessment Data Collection Methods

39. Identifying Success Markers: Creating Possibilities for Commuter Students

04. The Pragmatics to Developing Multicultural Competency



** Please read our FAQ Section for general information about our webinars including System Requirements and recommended Compatibility Check.