"Readying Student Affairs Staff for Program and Campus Change"

Recorded November 15, 2018 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 EST

$329/institutional webinar connection; $25 per each additional connection

Flux is the new constant. Ready your student affairs staff and faculty to respond with a positive and flexible approach.


Learning Outcome

Webinar attendees will be able to apply models and strategies to effectively prepare student affairs staff for programmatic and campus change.


As a student affairs leader, your job is to maintain high quality student services and programming while navigating a rapidly changing campus environment. This fine balance requires high-level skills in managing changes to your program or office and preparing your staff and faculty for change in a way that encourages positive and flexible responses.  In this webinar, our expert speaker will address:

  • Anticipating changes that will affect your program
  • Readying staff and faculty for potential changes
  • Creating a change plan with your staff in mind
  • Effectively presenting plans to your staff
  • Anticipating and dealing with negative reactions
  • Advocating for your staff: tips

Webinar Facilitator


Linda Kuk, Chair of the Higher Education Leadership Program and Associate Professor, School of Education, Colorado State University

Linda has held numerous positions in higher education including the Vice President of Student Affairs at CSU, Rochester Institute of Technology and State University of New York College at Cortland; Dean of Students at Marquette University; Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs at Iowa State University. Highly respected for her focus on students, she received the 2014 NASPA Outstanding Contribution to Higher Education Award, recognizing work in programs, policies or research have made a national impact and contributed to the broad research of higher education. She has contributed more than 40 publications to student affairs literature, including a recent book Positioning Student Affairs for Sustainable Change, in which she addresses the organizational and structural challenges currently facing institutions.



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