SALT 2011

1. Penn Student Affairs Conference 2011- One Global Campus: Student Affairs Makes the Difference

 
May 19-20, 2011
May 19th - Afternoon Keynote and Networking Reception
May 20th - One Global Campus: Student Affairs Makes the Difference Conference Schedule
Registration (8:30am-9:30am)
Session 1 (9:30am-10:20am)
Session 2 (10:30am-11:20am)
Session 3 (11:30am-12:20pm)
Lunch & Keynote - Embracing the Changing Demographics of the Penn Student Body(12:30pm-1:50pm)
Session 4 (2pm-2:50pm)
Session 5 (3pm-3:50pm)
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1. Please complete your demographic information.
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2. With which student population(s) (e.g. graduate, undergraduate, international, etc.) do you work?
3. What are you hoping to gain from this conference?
4. Are you planning to attend the Keynote and Reception on Thursday afternoon starting at 4PM?
5. Are you planning on eating breakfast at the conference on Friday May 20th?
6. To assist us in assigning the proper rooms, please select your top 6 choices of programs in which you have interest. To read the corresponding conference abstracts, cut and paste <http://tinyurl.com/4etwx4y> into a new browser.
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Preparing Students for International Experiences
When Culture Meets Learning Style
Your Career at Penn
True Colors
Supervision
Tiger Cubs: Cultural Factors in Student Mental Health
The Responsibilities of Leadership
Five Years of Academic Support: Members of the College's CaseNet team reflect on what has been learned
The Differences between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault
Managing Intercultural Conflicts Effectively
Communication Across Campus Organizational Subcultures
The Evolving Culture of Student Affairs
It's All GREEK to Me: Everything I needed to learn about Penn fraternities and sororities I learned at this conference
Where in the World are Penn Undergraduates Why Should You Care?
How to be an Ally: Working with LGBT students at Penn
Transgender 101: Understanding and Serving Transgender Students
Penn Study Abroad: Where, Why, and How
Student Intervention Services: Current Model and Practices at Penn
Immigration 101: Understanding the World of International Students
Sex Matters: Sexual Mores and Norms within Penn's Polycultural Campus
Beating the Odds: Implications of the Success of Five Non-Traditional Black Females at an Ivy-League Institution
Managing Difficult Cases
Multi-disciplinary Approach to Behavioral Management
Building Intercultural Communities for Penn Students
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