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Members of the Division of Student Development frequently present their work at national, regional, and local conferences and publish articles in various journals in order to help advance the field of Student Affairs and showcase our programs and initiatives that significantly contribute to students' educational experiences and help prepare them for life beyond Denison.

Spring Semester 2014

  • Johnston Welliver, H. (2014). Sophomore explore!-Identifying and supporting the developmental needs of sophomore students. Presentation delivered at the OCPA Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Johnston Welliver, H. (2014). Without the space: Coordinating a tutor program. Presentation delivered at the National Tutoring Association Conference, Tampa, Florida.
  • Kennedy, L.B. & Tucker, J.M. (2014). More than a hunch: Assessing and evaluating a medical amnesty policy’s effectiveness. Presentation delivered at the Midwest Alcohol Policy Summit, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Kennedy, L.K. & Tucker, J.M. (2014). More than a hunch: Assessing and evaluating a medical amnesty policy’s effectiveness. Presentation delivered at the OCPA Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Pariano, N.K. & Vetter, M. (2014). Balance this!: Rethinking student involvement on campus. Presentation delivered at the OCPA Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Pariano, N.K., Cimino, J., & Young, K. (2014). More than words: Integrating the lessons of LeaderShape into daily leadership. Presentation delivered at the NACA National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Pariano, N.K., Cimino, J. & Zito, J. (2014). Networking 101: Making connections that matter. Presentation delivered at the NACA National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Tucker, J.M. (2014). Stop asking students to “strongly agree:” Let’s actually measure learning. Presentation delivered at the OCPA Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

Fall Semester 2013

  • Farley, E.S. (2013). Black Greek Letter Organizations: Incubators for future scholar-activists (Panel). Presentation delivered at the Great Lakes Colleges Association Students of Color Leadership Conference, Granville, OH.
  • Johnston Welliver, H. J. & Vestal, J.G. (2013). Sophomore explore: Identifying and supporting the developmental needs of sophomore students. Pre-conference workshop delivered at the National Conference for Students in Transition, Atlanta, GA.
  • McCaulay, M., Linden, A., Vanzant, C., Waugh, P., and Goettsch, J. (2013). Women centers' strategic responses to changing demographics, institutional structures, and campus climate. Presentation delivered at the Women's Center Committee Pre-Conference at the National Women's Studies Association Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Pariano, N.K. & Cimino, J. (2013). College can last forever: Pursuing a career in Student Affairs.  Campus Activities Programming, 46(4), 10-13.
  • Pariano, N.K. & Cimino, J. (2013). The main event: Your organization’s core values. Presentation delivered at the NACA Mid America Conference, Peoria, Illinois. 
  • Pariano, N.K., Cimino, J. & Zito, J. (2013). Networking 101: Making connections that matter. Presentation delivered at the NACA Mid America Conference, Peoria, Illinois.
  • Pariano, N.K. & Cimino, J. (2013). Can’t we just vote on it? Exploring consensus. Presentation delivered at the NACA Mid America Conference, Peoria, Illinois.
  • Pariano, N.K. & Cimino, J. (2013). More than words: Integrating the lessons of LeaderShape into daily leadership. Presentation delivered at the NACA Mid America Conference, Peoria, Illinois.
  • Phlegar, G. & Levy, D. (2013). Restorative justice at Denison: Paving a new pathway. Presentation delivered at the Association for Student Conduct Administration Drive in Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Powell, K.I. (2013). ACE is the Place: Partnerships between Alumni Relations and Career Development. Presentation delivered at the CASE V Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Summer Semester 2013

  • Collingwood, B.,Pavol, Z., & Powell, K (2013). Learning outcomes, programs, and career pathways: How two institutions leveraged data for positive results. Presentation delivered at The Ohio State University Student Affairs Assessment and Research Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Farley, E.S. (2013). Building capacity for cross-cultural understanding. Presentation delivered at Capital University’s Orientation Leaders’ Summer Training Institute, Columbus, OH.
  • Powell, K.I. (2013). Engaging students from beginning to end. Presentation delivered at the Midwest ACE Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Powell, K.I. (2013). Small organizations and BIG NUMBERS: Leveraging relationships with impact. Presentation delivered at the NACE Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Tucker, J.M. (2013). Stop asking students to “strongly agree:” Let’s directly measure learning. Presentation delivered at the NASPA Assessment & Persistence Conference, Denver, CO.

Spring Semester 2013

  • Arceño, M.A. (2013). Food, culture, get a taste of both: New opportunities to reflect on self, other, and community on a small, liberal arts college campus. Presentation delivered at the Eastern Sociological Society Mini-Conference on Food Studies, Boston, MA.
  • Hausman, K., LaPidus-Mann, C. & Thurlow-Collen, M. (2013). Sexual misconduct: A community's approach. Presentation delivered at the ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Johnston Welliver,  H. J.  & Vestal, J.G. (2013). SOS! Supporting our sophomores: Implications for faculty advising. Presentation delivered at the Ohio College Personnel Association Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Kennedy, L.B. (2013). Public policy issues for small colleges and universities. Facilitator of the dial-in conference hosted by NASPA.
  • Kennedy, L.B., Farley, E.S., & Pariano, N.K. (2013). Finding comfort with discomfort. Listening as an instrument of change. Presentation delivered at the Ohio College Personnel Association Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • LaPidus-Mann, C. (2013). CSMART: Establishing protocol for campus sexual misconduct tesponse. Presentation delivered at National ThinkLuv Web Symposium.
  • McGravey, M.E. Steckbauer, B.L. (2013). Data, dialogue & development: Situating learning in the student staff experience. Presentation delivered at the ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Pariano, N.K Young, K. (2013). Laying the groundwork for sustaining leadership programs on campus. Presentation delivered at the NACA National Convention, Nashville, TN.
  • Pariano, N.K. Young, K. (2013). More than words: Integrating the lessons of LeaderShape into daily leadership. Presentation delivered at the NACA National Convention, Nashville, TN.
  • Pariano, N.K., Kennedy, L.B. & Farley, E.S. (2013). Finding comfort with discomfort: Listening as an instrument of change. Presentation delivered at the NACA National Convention, Nashville, TN.
  • Phlegar, G., Goldstein, A., Stimpson, M., Green, M., Overton, T., & Vasquez-Barrios, C. (2013). Celebrating progress: Program/learning outcome assessment in student conduct administration. Full-Day Pre-Conference Workshop delivered at the Association for Student Conduct Administration International Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  • Powell, K.I. (2013) First-year students and career development: Why it matters. Presentation delivered at 32nd Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience, Orlando, FL.
  • Tucker, J.M., Thurlow-Collen, M., Champagne, C.J. (2013). Letting data be your guide to developing wellness initiatives. Presentation delivered at the ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.