why watch webinars alone in your room when you can watch with friends? check out the "watch Parties" for the naspa webinars below.

A series of NASPA webinars will be viewed in a classroom setting to allow students to learn together! Snacks and trivia prizes will be available. Please note that each of the webinars will begin at 3 p.m., but plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early to get settled in, and there will be time for questions/discussion afterwards. Seating available on a first come, first serve basis. If you are unable to attend the watch parties, you may still register for the NASPA webinars by clicking on the titles. To view all of the webinars offered by NASPA this month, click here.


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2013 | 2:45-4:15 P.M.  (Classroom and Business Building, Room 106)

(NASPA Webinar Watch Party) Register by tweeting @UH_DSA with #WWP1.
Student affairs professionals are usually the front-line staff members responsible for providing programs, services, and initiatives that serve diverse populations of college students and have the potential to transform the college experience.  Want to find out if Student Affairs might be a good fit for you? Join NASPA for a webinar to kick-off Careers in Student Affairs Month. During this hour-long webinar, panelists will share their journeys through the profession and provide information and advice about how you can start yours!

Panelists for this year's webinar include:

  • Dr. Sue Borrego, Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, California State University-Dominguez Hills
  • Dr. Tiffany J. Davis, Teaching Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University
  • Dr. Jim Hoppe, Dean of Students, Macalester College
  • C.J. Mathis, Academic Counselor TRiO Student Support Services, Austin Peay State University
  • Viraj Patel, Community Director, Georgetown University

Hosted by: De'Awn Bunch, Marketing and Communications Manager, Student Affairs and Enrollment Services

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2013 | 11:30 A.M. - 1 P.M.
(Lynn Eusan Park)

The mission of UH Cougar Resource Fair is an opportunity to connect with 30+ departments on-campus to find out about services, programs and opportunities for students to get connected to student success.


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2013 | 2:45-4:15 P.M. (Classroom and Business Building, Room 106)
(NASPA Webinar Watch Party) Register by tweeting @UH_DSA with #WWP2.
Are you on the verge of your first professional job in higher education? Are you looking to potentially further your education with a masters or doctoral degree? Are you looking to switch positions after a bad job fit? Come to this dynamic session with five new professionals who share their confessions, job searching tips, and hard-earned lessons from their first few years.
Hosted by: Nora Bayly, Social Media Manager, University Career Services


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2013 | 9:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. (College of Education, Farish Hall, KIVA Room 101)
Want to get a first-hand look at Student Affairs at UH? Interested in a career in Student Affairs but not sure about your options? UH staff, faculty, and graduate students within the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services will lead two panel discussions that aim to educate attendees on the field of student affairs. For more information and to register, click here. Please register by Monday, October, 7, 2013.

Panelists for this year's conference include:

  • Brian Mills, Assistant Director of Intramural Sports, Campus Recreation, UH
  • DuJuan Smith, Assistant Dean of Students, Dean of Students Office, UH
  • Dr. Thomandra Sam, Psychologist and Outreach Coordinator, Counseling and Psychological Services, UH
  • Tara Boyle, Director of Prospective and New Student Programs, Admissions, UH
  • Branston Harris, 2nd year Higher Ed master’s program student
  • Jonathan Shirley, 2nd year Higher Ed master’s program student
  • Kristen Ernst, recent Higher Ed graduate, Activities Coordinator, Center for Student Involvement, UH
  • Esmeralda Valdez, recent Higher Ed graduate, Executive Director of Auxiliary Services, UH


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 | 2:45-4:15 P.M.  (Classroom and Business Building, Room 106)

(NASPA Webinar Watch Party) Register by tweeting @UH_DSA with #WWP3.
Have you been considering a career in student affairs or are you looking for a job until something opens in your chosen career field? Has someone recently mentioned to you that you could do student affairs work as a career and you don’t know what options you have?  Regardless of what has brought you to this fork in your career road, this webinar will allow you to think about and hear results of a research study from people who have faced these same decisions about whether to attend graduate school right away or to try and work in the field until you know for sure this is your preferred career path. You should come away with a better idea of what it means to work in student affairs without a graduate degree, the options and opportunities available for you.  You also will have an idea about what graduate school in student affairs or other disciplines involves and the options and choices of careers you may have by choosing this path.
Hosted by: Christen Egge, Admissions Program Coordinator


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 | 2:45-4:15 P.M. (Cougar Place Media Room)
(NASPA Webinar Watch Party) Register by tweeting @UH_DSA with #WWP4.
The Placement Exchange (TPE) —"the place to be for student affairs job placement" is a partnership among professional associations ACUHO-I, NACA, ASCA, NODA, AFA, and HigherEdJobs. As it enters its 6th year, TPE is offering this CSAM webinar so you can hear from panelists from the various association fields, including residence life, student activities, student conduct, orientation, fraternity and sorority life, and what makes their area unique.
Hosted by: Terence Turner, a.k.a. Mister T., Cougar Place Residence Life Coordinator


ENTIRE MONTH Class session availability TBD by Drs. Horn and McKinney

Wondering what a graduate class in higher education administration looks like? Take advantage of this preview into the life of a M.Ed. graduate student by sitting in on a class. Various times, locations, and courses are available.