Leadership


Bridging the New Student Transition with Leadership Education & Development
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/ Jennifer Granger, Lasell College
Molly Dugan, Xavier University
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference
Louisville, KY, November 2017

Bridging the New Student Transition with Leadership Education & Development


Inheriting & Changing a Student Staff Team Culture
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/ Alma Hidalgo, Kansas State University
John Gettemeyer, Indiana State University
Tyler Paul, Marian University
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference
Louisville, KY, November 2017

Inheriting & Changing a Student Staff Team Culture 


NODA Leadership & You
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/ Korrin Anderson, Florida International University
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference
Louisville, KY, November 2017

 
Embracing Civility

Amy Gildemeister, Graduate Assistant for Sexual Assault Prevention & Student Conduct
Kansas Student Affairs Confer
ence
Wichita, KS, October 2017

 
Exploring the After Dark
Zackary Shinkle, Graduate Assistant for Student Activities & Special Events
Kansas Student Affairs Conference
Wichita, KS, October 2017


Living, Learning, and Leading Through L3: A First-Year Leadership Learning Community
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
NASPA: Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education - Student Leadership Programs Knowledge Community Webinar, September 2017

Living, Learning, and Leading Through L3 - A First-Year Leadership Learning Community


Focus o Self & Others: Reframing Peer Leadership in Orientation
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Returning Orientation Leader Institute
Dallas, TX, March 2017

Final - ROLI - Focus on Self & Others 


Beyond the Student Staff Polo & Nametag
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/ Dr. Teresa Clounch, Baker University
Becky Peterson, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Region IV-West/East Conference
St. Louis, MO, November 2016

 

Cultivating an Innovative Spirit in Student Affairs
Dr. Keegan Nichols, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Title IX Coordinator
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
NASPA: Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education Region IV-West/East Conference
St. Louis, MO, November 2016
 

 
Midlevel Managers' Supervisory Learning Journeys
Keegan Nichols, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
Lisa Baumgartner, Associate Professor, Texas A & M Univeristy
College Student Affairs Journal, 2016


Cultivating Leadership Potential in New Students
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/Randy Flowers, Baker Univeristy
NODA Region IV Conference
Tulsa, OK, February 2016
 

Advancing Civility Through a University Honor Code
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
Holly Weiss, Graduate Assistant for Learning Communities & Student Life
John Gettemeyer, Graduate Assistant for Transition Initiatives & Student Conduct Outreach
Kansas Student Affairs Conference
Hays, KS, September 2015

 Advancing Civility through a University Honor Code


   
Parliamentary Procedure 101
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
National Association for Campus Activities Student Government-East Institute
Norfolk, VA 2013

     Parliamentary Procedure 101

 
Legislative Advocacy
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
National Association for Campus Activities Student Government-East Institute
Norfolk, VA, July 2013


Leadership at Play and Make Your Meetings a Masterpiece
Edie McCracken, Assistant Director, Memorial Union
NACA Central Region Conference, 2011

Leadership as defined by Student Affairs Professionals, The Interchange, ACPA Commission of Student Involvement, December 2010 Newsletter

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