Professional Development Autumn 2020 Calendar

Hello ACADAOS Members,

The Professional Development Committee has published their Autumn 2020 Professional Development Opportunities. Please add these sessions and workshops to your calendar and earn your professional development points. Any questions, feel free to reach out to Professional Development Committee Members. 

Looking forward to a great semester learning together!

Working with Students with ADHD

Please join us for the first Brown Bag Lunch event of the semester on Tuesday, September 24th, from 12:00pm-1pm in PAES A143. Tiffany Halsell, Graduate Student Services Coordinator from the College of Education and Human Ecology, will be facilitating the discussion. She is trained in coaching teens and college students with ADHD how to make positive life changes and will share ways we can better support our students with ADHD.

Please RSVP for the event if you can, so we make sure to have enough materials for everyone. RSVP at the following link: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8oykcYzAlwnvwnb.

Feel free to bring your lunch, and we hope to see you there!

Professional Development Committee

NACADA’s Virtual Conference: Building Community and Embracing Change: The Global Voices of Women in Academic Advising

Hello ACADAOS Members,

The Professional Development Committee is sponsoring a viewing of NACADA’s Virtual Conference: Building Community and Embracing Change: The Global Voices of Women in Academic Advising

Sessions begin each hour!

Tuesday., Sept. 10

Starting at 10am -5pm

Baker Systems 210E

Please register to attend:  24 Hour Conference

(Registration is not required, but helpful for planning purposes.)

Schedule of sessions at On NACADA’s Website

Please feel free to share this with others who might be interested.

The Professional Development Committee

Autumn 2019 Professional Development Opportunities

Registration for events is appreciated for preparation of materials and confirmation of location seating.

August – December Book Club: Teach Students How to Learn” by: Saundra McGuire

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  20

Please contact Lindsay Tolchin.6 if you would like to participate.

GoodReads discussions and polls: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/695150-acadaos-book-club

Tues., Sept. 10

10:00 AM-      5:00 PM

 

Virtual Conference: Building Community and Embracing Change: The Global Voices of Women in Academic Advising

Sessions begin each hour.  Attend as you can.  Sessions offered after 5PM may be viewed on Oct. 2.  Schedule of sessions at https://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Events/24hr-Virtual-Conference.aspx

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  10

Please register to attend at this link:    24 Hour Conference

Baker Systems 210E
Wed., Sept. 18

11:30 AM –  1:00 PM

Workshop:  Creating an Intentional Professional Development Plan

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  10

Please register to attend:  Create PDP Workshop Registration

Enarson 209
Tues., Sept. 24

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Brown Bag Lunch:  Working with Students with ADHD

Presenter:  Tiffany Halsell, EHE Graduate Student Services Coordinator

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  5

Please register to attend: Working with Students Brown Bag Registration

PAES A143
Thurs., Oct. 10

10:00-11:30 AM

 

ACADAOS General Body Meeting Mendenhall
Thurs., Oct. 10

1:00-4:00 PM

 

Conference:  OSU Advising Conference Mendenhall
Tues., Nov. 5

12:00 – 1:00 PM

and

Wed., Nov 6

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Brown Bag: NACADA National Conference Follow-up

Conference attendees will be sharing what they learned in 10-minute flash talks.

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  5

Please register to attend:  Conference Follow-up Brown Bag Registration

Nov. 5: Enarson 340

 

Nov. 6: Enarson 209

Thurs., Nov. 14

2:00-3:30 PM

 

Webinar: All I Need to Know (about Academic Advising) I Learned…

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  10

Please register to attend:  All I Need to Know…Webinar Registration

Open to all (ACADAOS membership not required to attend)

Denney 352R
Tues., Nov. 26

12:00-1:00 PM

 

Brown Bag Lunch: Webinar Rewind

If you are unable to participate in the live viewing on Nov. 14, join us to view the recording         of All I Need to Know (about Academic Advising) I Learned…

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  10

Please register to attend:  Webinar Rewind Brown Bag Registration

Derby  1186
Mon., Dec. 9

9:00-10:30 AM

 

Book Club: In Person Discussion of Teach Students How to Learn PAES A155
Wed., Dec. 11

2:00-3:30 PM

 

Webinar: Academic Advising & Trans Equity: Building Our Tomorrow

ACADAOS Professional Development Points:  10

Please register to attend:  Acad Adv & Trans Equity Webinar Registration

Open to all (ACADAOS membership not required to attend)

Denney 352R

Mentoring Program

Mentoring is an important aspect of one’s professional development. The ACADAOS Professional Development Committee is facilitating a Mentoring Program that will allow for new(er) advising professionals to be paired with a more experienced advisor at Ohio State.  On September 26, we will hold a training session for mentors and mentees to start a guided conversation around the mentees professional development. (Specific time and location TBD).  Please submit your application to be a mentee/ mentor by September 6th.  We will follow up with more after September 6th.

September 26             Training Session for Mentors and Mentees

September 6               Deadline to submit application to participate as a Mentor or a Mentee

Please complete the appropriate application below:

Mentee Application

Mentor Application

Brown Bag Lunch: Working with Student Athletes: SASSO Updates and Sharing Best Practices

We would like to thank our wonderful partners in SASSO for the great updates and information they shared with advisors at this months Brown Bag Lunch. This event was a great way for us to learn about ways we can better serve our student athletes, network with our colleagues, and get questions answered to help us better serve our student athletes. Here are some key takeaways:

  • SASSO Permission to Drop Letter. Student athletes must maintain full-time status in autumn and spring in order to remain active. However, dropping a course could also affect their percentage of completion towards their degree for eligibility and financial aid purposes. For this reason, if a student athlete comes to you to drop a class, they should have a SASSO approved drop letter to provide you. If you are unsure as to whether it is okay to drop a course for a student athlete, reach out to their SASSO advisor.
  • Encourage your faculty to complete the instructor feedback reports. Less than 30% are being completed at this time, and these reports help SASSO proactively support students before the end of the semester. This year, the feedback reports are being sent out in weeks 6 and 12.
  • If you ever have any questions when working with student athletes, please do not hesitate to reach out to the student’s SASSO advisor.