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Publication Announcement! Going Digital in Student Leadership

Lisa Endersby and I are so excited to share that our co-edited publication, Going Digital in Student Leadership is released!! In addition to serving as the volume co-editor, I also authored one of the seven chapters. When we started this process in the spring of 2015, we had a vision for what this publication could be, […]

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Recruiting Participants: #HigherEd Digital Life

In what ways do higher education professionals utilize and participate in digital communication tools? What leadership characteristics are shared by staff who participate in digital communication tools? These are the research questions my colleague, Dr. Brian Bourke at Murray State University and I are exploring in #HigherEd Digital Life. The link for the survey is bit.ly/HigherEdDigitalLife. […]

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Going International | Presenting at ACPA 2016

Today kicks off ACPA’s Annual Convention, which went international to Montreal, Canada. I thought I would cut back a bit from last years convention – so instead of presenting seven sessions, I’m only doing six 😉  If you are at this conference – I’d love to see you at one of my sessions or even get a wave, hug […]

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Publishing Announcement: Going Digital in Student Leadership | New Directions for Student Leadership

Lisa Endersby and I are thrilled to announce we have been selected to serve as Co-Editors for an upcoming “New Directions for Student Leadership” (NDSL) sourcebook, to be published in Spring 2017, tentatively titled, “Going Digital in Student Leadership.” The book will cover a variety of topics including how technology impacts all stages of the […]

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Introducing Dr. Josie Ahlquist

Last week, on April 22nd at 4pm, I successfully defended my dissertation, “Developing Digital Student Leaders: A mixed methods study on student leadership, identity presentation and decision-making on social media.” The day was a blur, with everything finally sinking in as we drove away from campus.  The endless coding, analysis, writing and editing in one […]

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