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Institution NameCurrent ApproachThings You Need Help WithContact NameEmailPhone
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American UniversityEmail, Zoom, Phone, FaceTime for someStaying engaged with students, activities they can do remotely. How to support from a far? Is there a such thing as over communicating during this time?Ashley Wallaceawall@american.eduCell: 860-965-1198
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Bridgewater CollegeEmail, Zoom, Maxient No conduct tab so I am leaving this here - working to keep students accountable without utilizing holds or other extreme methods, keeping students engaged in the process even when not on campus, getting creative in sanctioningAlex (Costner) Johnsonacostner@bridgewater.edu540-212-9759
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Cardinal Stritch UniversityEmail, Social Media, Microsoft teams, professional development (free webinars, online certifications, books, etc.), working on presentations for the futureHow to keep students and student organizations engaged, ideas for virtual programming, proactive ways to use leftover budgetAndy Rezapreza@stritch.edu580-574-9250
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Clark UniversityEmais and social mediaPlanning and rethinking events, especially end of the year celebrations and graduationsAmina Gomezamgomez@clarku.edu
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Concordia University Ann ArborEmail and ZoomDeciding what virtual events students would like to see and how to get them involved.Alisha Andersonalisha.anderson@cuaa.eduCell: 734-649-1692
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Dickinson State UniversityEmail, Social Media, Zoom, phonestudent engagement, staying connected in a Student Affairs Role, virtual eventsJen Withersjennfier.withers@ndus.edu701-483-2029
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Elon UniversityEmail, social media, Slack, Microsoft Teams, web-based platforms (Zoom, Go To Webinar, WebEx), virtual office hours for student employeesHow to address cancelled programming - creative avenues to deliver leadership education virtually? Moving in person events to virtual. Helping student organization leaders with basic org needs - transitions, elections, inductions. Dana Pursleydpursley@elon.edu336-278-5317
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Gallaudet Universityemail, videophone, Zoom, social media,virtual programming ideas to keep our communities engaged, virtual office setupCarl Pramukcarl.pramuk@gallaudet.edu202 250 2533 (VP)
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Indiana UniversityEmail, Skype, and Zoom, What's App, FaceTimeSetting up the Zoom platform, Setting up a virtual ceremony Patrick Smithsmithpd@indiana.edu
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Ithaca College care for students, staff and remote connection for spring semE. Tomlinetomlin@ithaca.edu607-274-3136
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Metropolitan State University (St. Paul, MN) - Student Life & Leadership Development E-mail, Zoom, Skype, CISCO Jabber, engage.metrostate.edu, Microsoft Teams, Google Docuemnts, Virtual Programming/Office hours (https://bit.ly/2J0Xl64), Canva, Q&A info sessions for programming such as Orientaiton/Commencement/Activities Board/Leadership Workshops, letter writing campaign where students submit their names/addresses and my team sends them snail mail, online gaming tournaments, Earth Day planting kits, TikTok hand washing game/tournament, Zoom 1x1s and Team Meetings, Keeping my personal Zoom link open in case any student or prostaff need to check in/want to talk, Student Org and Advisor E-mail (https://bit.ly/33woVBD), sending skype/zoom messages to check in with other staff (just a daily hello/check-in/need anything?), creating larger to-do/projects list, beginning planning for fall programming/events Ideas to help staff be more comfortable wtih using technology (ex. Google Docs/Teams/Zoom, etc.), self-care and workspace accommodations when working from home Heather C. Louheather.lou@metrostate.edu3108030889
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Milwaukee Institute of Art & DesignEmail, Google Hangouts, Social Media, Phone Calls, Text MessagesSupporting students remotely concerning academic performance, connecting with instructors and leadership, reviewing midterms, welllness checks for students feeling isolated, working to create online modules for advisorsAlea Crossaleacross@miad.edu414.339.5180
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MiraCosta CollegeFocus on virtual student engagement and use any other time available (for front line staff who are working remotely) find opportunities for professional development to tap into their skills to support program review and assessments/ plan for 2020-2021 academic year engagementChelsea Kottckott@miracosta.edu760-634-7806
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Nazareth CollegeWill continue remote meetings with students via Zoom and offer phone appointments.Supporting accommodations for students with disabilities. With the use of virtual meetings and videos, how are other institutions handling the increase of need for remote transcription and captioning needs? Making the most of virtual resources and free apps to increase academic supports.Erika Hessehess6@naz.edu585-389-2498
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Penn State Lehigh ValleyEmail, social media, zoomsupporting students remotely, selecting the best ideas for onlilne programing, how to help students feel connected and engaged; continuing to plan for fall programsPam Fleckpaf5197@psu.edu610-597-7633
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Portland State University
(Intensive English Language Program)
Email, Google Hangouts, Zoom-Organizing remote activities for international IEP students: what other tools are available for sychronous and asynchronous program planning?
-Recreating a much-loved/used student lounge virtually; what other tools are available?
-Helping/engaging students who may be isolated/don't have a support network
Ella Barrettebozigar@pdx.edu
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Portland State University Undergrad AdmissionsEmail, Google Hangouts, Zoom, Text, Youcanbook.meAccessibility for Zoom/webinars - how do we know we're being inclusive? Also, how do we ensure remote work hours for our student staff and keep them accountable for leadership's satisfaction?Erin Jenseneaj2@pdx.edu
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Rochester Institute of TecnologyEmail, Text, Social MediaHolding virtual events, Google Classroom for holding content. How do we keep folks engaged when we can't meet face to face, setting up a virtual ceremony for seniorsIvy Colonidcddi@rit.eduCell: 347-623-3267
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Ryerson UniversityEmail, Zoom, Google Hangouts, social mediaDan Cantillerdancan@ryerson.ca416-346-6949
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Salem State UniversityEmails and Social Media. Potentially e-sports for Intramural Sports programmingBest practices for keeping students engaged. We're a large commuter base of students as well, so this would be helpful even post-working remotely.Stephen Monettesmonette@salemstate.edu978-621-6480
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Salem State UniversityZoom, emailHelping students feel like they are still having a collegiate experience during this timeKeli Howekhowe@salemstate.edu781-635-7663 remote
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Salem State UniversityEmail, Social Media, setting up CanvasStudent Engagement, staying connected in a Student Affairs Role, virtual eventsAnnmarie Bedardabedard@salemstate.edu978.880.8619
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Seminole State College of Florida, Oviedo campusEmails, text messaging, social media, researching, any work that wouldn't require a printerAny additional ideas I can help support students from the Student Life lensAllison J. Walkerwalkeraj@seminolestate.edu; ajw987@gmail.comOffice: 407-971-5033; cell: 727-505-8987
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Slippery Rock UniversityUsing Zoom for virtual meetings, including student organization, student government, programming board, fratenrity & sorority councils, etc. We are working on a unified student affairs calendar and six-week plan for events and programs, so students are not overwhelmed with emails and social media posts. Engage will serve as the student engagement hub during this time, so students know that all events, programs, resources are in one place. Programming and marketing strategyLauren Moranlauren.moran@sru.edu724-737-2697
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St. Edward's UniversityEmai. Zoom, Google Hangouts, ScreenoMatic for recording videosWe need assistance with programs, ideas, resources to support them during this time. What other campuses are doing in regards to virtual events and prizes? Are you spending money? Is your intent to save money? Are you hosting Zoom sessions for student leaders to virtually meet like office hours? Shantia Reesesreese1@stedwards.edu512-448-8428
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Stevens Institute of Technology (Diversity Education)Email, instagramHelping students/staff get over the hurdle of transitioning from in-person to online. Helping students not "give up" on programming/engagement opportunities and stay motivated to be engaged. Staying connected to my team.Liliana Delmanldelman@stevens.edu201-216-5624
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Stevens Institute of Technology (Residential Education)Stacy Flowerssflowers@stevens.edu
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Stevenson UniversityEmail, BlueJeans, Google Voice, Social Media, Online Scheduling platform - TutorTracEngaging students in virtual academic support services (tutoring, workshops, etc.)Sarah Longwellslongwell@stevenson.edu
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SUNY Old WestburyEmail, Microsoft Teams, and ZoomFinding successful balance between work and being home and finding ways to be purposeful in the workAndrew Cranecranea@oldwestbury.edu516-876-3079
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Teachers College, Columbia UniversityEmail, Google platforms, Zoom, Social MediaTransitioning planned events (Student Organizations [conferences, cultural offerings, etc.], Graduate Student Appreciation Week, Student Awards Banquet) to virtual/remote platforms. Struggling with the scramble to redesign our programming especially when food and socialization were the key aspects (coffee breaks, murder mystery dinner, BINGO night). Whitney Hedgepethweh2116@tc.columbia.edu212-678-3002
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The College of WoosterStaff all if able are to telecommute. Using email and microsoft teams, and have moved to all online instruction for classes.Being a student activities professional how to engage students virtually, but what do our jobs look like now that we aren't meeting regularly with student organizations with programming since all scheduled programs have been canceled. What work still needs to be done but is it enough to fill a 40 hour work week?Sarah Tobystoby@wooster.edu
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The University of Tennessee, KnoxvilleEmail and ZoomGuiding student affairs departments in adjusting assessment plans, strategic initiatives, KPI data, etc. Melissa Brownmabrown@utk.edu817-718-7914
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The University of Wisconsin La CrosseEmail, teams, zoomHow to provide food pantry services to our students when our building is closed. How to program and keep students engaged virtuallyKelsi Grubisich kgrubisich@uwlax.edu815-545-9182
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Tri-County Technical CollegeEmail, Google phone, REMIND appKeeping staff engaged; supportng under-resourced students in an online environment;non-academic support; accessibility; staff accountabilityErin Smithesmith52@tctc.edu864-646-1596
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Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas)Development and distribution of FAQs relevant to student organization leaders; early plans for online synchronous/asynchronous delivery of student leader training; early ideas for reinventing in-person program(s)1) Continuity of student support services (everything from student leader training, student organization elections, officer transitions, etc.) during this time of transition for students; 2) getting the attention of students in need; 3) effectively delivering services we know they need or will need (or might help create a sense of normalcy/routine for students).Jamie Thompsonjamie.thompson@trinity.edu210-999-8820
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UC Davis (student involvement)email, zoomvirtual programming and workshops, how to keep students involvedVanessa Talaveravtalavera@ucdavis.edu5307524944
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UNC Charlotte (Student Involvement)WebX meetings with students and staff. Viritual programming ideas. Email. Google Hangout, Virtual FAQ and guides, Student Org trainings"work/life balance" from home, viritual programming/access for students, sense of community when all online or isolatedEmily Teitelbaumeteitelb@uncc.edu
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University of LynchburgProactive outreach through email and other media, weekly or more meetings with students who express concerns, Ideas for keeping our students engaged in the online environment, retaining them and encouraging them. Julia Timmonstimmons.j@lynchburg.edu434-544-8687
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University of Missouriplanning way ahead, new ideas, professional developmentDanielle Palomopalomod@missouri.edu
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University of Nebraska - LincolnEmail, Zoom, Facebook MessengerEngaging students who do not have support systems at home, recognizing students accomplishmentsJD McCownjd.mccown@unl.edu402-547-3205
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University of the Virgin IslandsZoom, Email, Social Media, BannerKeeping the students engaged virtuallySophia Johnsonsophia.johnson@uvi.edu340-227-1540
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University of VirginiaTeams, email, social media, zoom, google docs (students are on google, fac/staff on microsoft)options for engaging and supporting students, programming virtually while avoiding students being burnt out on virtual optionsAshley Hollandah8hm@virginia.edu434-924-6279
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University of West GeorgiaEmail, Google Hangouts, Social MediaCelebrating graduating seniors without being able to hold ceremonies or graduation on campusTaylor Brandtrec-tbrandt1@westga.edu
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UW Madison (student gov)email, webex, microsoft teams, phone, text, my two most frequent student contacts use FaceTime to meet with me.How to get students to regularly check their emails. Using things like GoToWebinar would be really helpful! Is that a free service? It would be great for Student Government to meet remotely (raising hands, etc.)KM Steiglederksteigleder@wisc.edu515-559-4637
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Warren Wilson CollegeEmails, texts, web conferencing, Gchat, making use of "downtime" by working on planning and projectsMaking sure that we can continue to help people feel "in community" and help those who already felt isolated have some connection. Our campus is open but most offices are closed, and services are mostly online. Most of our students are tranditional college-aged, and many have social anxiety and already have greater comfort with technology than with in-person, one-on-one communication. But, they also are prompted by many social cues to come see up in person. Now that they will have less of that, there will be a greater onus on them to reach back out to us. How can we best encourage that.Debra Penberthydpenberthy@warren-wilson.edu828-771-3073
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Washington & Jefferson CollegeWe use Microsoft Teams and Sakai for both co-curricular and academicsCreating engaging virtual programmingKellin Cavanaughkcavanaugh@washjeff.edu802-236-9057
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Western Oregon UniversityGoogle Hangouts for meetings. Brainstorming virtual events and offerings for spring term. Using Engage and new webpage as hub for all things virtual engagement on campus. social media.Programming and marketing strategy, resources for student orgs, collaboration across campusKelly Welchwelchk@wou.edu
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Worcester State UniversityEmail, Social Media, ZoomSupporting students remotely in terms of programming, maintain engagement, sense of hope, pride, etc...Dean Bowendbowen2@worcester.edu508-365-7992
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Wright State Universityemail, web conference, social media, phone calls and textsvirtual programming and workshops, moving awards ceremony onlineJeremy Keller, Gina Keucher, Courtney Mullinsjeremy.keller@wright.edu gina.keucher@wright.edu, courtney.mullins@wright.edu937-775-5570
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Shasta CollegeZoom, email, social media, google voice, Canvas, Office 365 and Microsoft TeamsVirtual graduation, virtual events,virtual campus tours keeping student groups connected and engagedRyan Loughreyrloughrey@shastacollege.edu(530) 242-7623
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Seton Hill UniversityGoogle Hangouts for meetings with staff and students. Canvas Conferences for online classes. GroupMe for student organization text communicationvirtual orientation and connection with admitted students over the summer. Rethinking august orientation weekend to include summer orientation registration days that are now canceled. Matthew S. Zlelinskimzielinski@setonhill.edu724-830-1101
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Instemail, zoom, webex, online classes through end of termtips for a successful virtual graduationLea Fraserlfraser@whoi.edu508-289-2225
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