iv or ct ct es A ire iti od of s an ts ed D Pr Use n uc Pl at e io el at n t A n -r rn ia io C ts o oc t S lte ia ss S or C r/A oc A ep ss to A R A ec ir D American College Health Association (ACHA) None Reported Facilitated Training Session at Annual ACHA Conference None Reported An experimental program has been developed to use the student learning Association of College Honor and development outcomes for an ACHS will promote honor society standards and Societies (ACHS) evaluation instrument for Chair of Adult Program Standards Committee - A meeting is undergraduate research standards at the 2008 ACHS Annual undergraduate student research. planned to meet at Penn State to evaluate draft standards. Council Meeting. 1) Actively linked ACPA experts to standards development and review process 2) Komives was a Keynote speaker at October Symposium ACPA: College Student Educators 3) Komives was newly elected CAS President-Elect International 4) Komives attended CAS Strategic Planning August session and is chairing Strategic Planning Committee 5) Dunn is chairing review of Research and Assessment Standard None Reported 6) Dunn is chairing CAS Research Committee None Reported Dan Bureau will become the next AFA Director to CAS. He Association of Fraternity Advisors AFA spent this past year seeking a new Alternate Director that will begin his duties now and start attending meetings in the (AFA) None Reported will become the AFA Director to CAS in 2009. fall of 2008. 1) Participated on a review team at Webster University whose College Union Standards: Initial conversation about revised internal review was based on the CAS College Union and Standard held at ACUI Summer Leadership meeting in July. Association of College Unions Campus Activities Standards Sessions reviewing and improving the Standards scheduled at International (ACUI) 2) Referenced the CAS Campus Activities Standard as a potential five regional conferences this fall and a session at the Annual None Reported resource during a peer review at Carleton College Conference in March 2008. 1) Attendance at CAS Board meetings followed by written report Association of Higher Education to AHEAD Board liaison and Executive Director. and Disability (AHEAD) 2) Summary of last fall's CAS Conference presented to MD None Reported Disability Higher Education Network - November 2006 None Reported Canadian Association of College The CACUSS Board has voted to fund an appointed Director to and University Student Services CAS for the next 2 years. The individual is Dr. Heather Lane (CACUSS) Vetere (Former President of CACUSS). Heather is the Executive None Reported Director of Student Housing Services at University of Guelph. None Reported iv or ct ct es A ire iti od of s an ts ed D Pr Use n uc Pl at e io el at n t A n -r rn ia io C ts o oc t S lte ia ss S or C r/A oc A ep ss to A R A ec ir D 1) Served as Chair of the "Campus Activities Programs Standards and Guidelines" revision committee. The revised standards were Still in the early stages of developing as a professional approved at the Fall 2006 meeting organization. CiVSA is growing rapidly now with over 200 2) Elected as a Member-At-Large to the CAS Executive Board at member institutions and will continue to be an active and Collegiate Information and Visitor the Spring 2007 meeting contributing member of the CAS Directors. Additionally, it is Services Association (CiVSA) 3) Began serving as Chair of the "College Union Standards and anticipated that discussions will begin to revise and update the Guidelines" revision committee. "Campus Information and Visitor Services Standards and 4) Attended CAS Strategic Planning Retreat and Executive Board Guidelines" at the Spring 2008 CiVSA Conference at None Reported Meeting in August 2007 California Polytechnic University - Pomona. Served on NACA Professional Development Committee that 1) Currently NACA is piloting the Characteristics document translated the CAS Characteristics of Excellence document into with refinement. In the future, the 360 degree tool will be National Association for Campus campus program specific knowledge and skills. Then the marketed further. Activities (NACA) committee created a 360 degree evaluation tool to use with the 2) The Director will attend the Northeast regional conference None Reported Characteristics of Excellence in Campus Activities. and present two workshops (November 2007) With the approval (hopefully) of the new Auxiliary Services National Association of College Standards, NACAS will undertake a marketing campaign to Auxiliary Services (NACAS) None Reported See "Conventions, Workshops, and Meetings" inform the membership of the new Standards. 1) Sam Ratcliffe served on two NACE Task Forces revising the NACE Professional Standards for Career Services and developing self-study and external review protocols to help ensure effective use of the new standards. The new NACE standards closely parallel the CAS Standards for Career Services National Association of Colleges and are intended to be complementary. and Employers (NACE) 2) Sam Ratcliffe was the lead co-presenter at the Virginia Association of Colleges and Employers Annual conference for a session entitled Student Learning Outcomes: Demonstrating NACE leaders will continue to explore the best ways for Career Services Contributions to Student Success. Participants NACE and CAS to interact regarding updating of standards were strongly encouraged to purchase and use the CAS and information referral to practitioners seeking assistance in None Reported publications related to Professional Standards and FALDOs. office reviews and learning more about the use of standards. The NACS Education Committee served as a SME review National Association of College team for the final draft of the Auxiliary Standards from the Stores (NACS) None Reported None Reported college store perspective. iv or ct ct es A ire iti od of s an ts ed D Pr Use n uc Pl at e io el at n t A n -r rn ia io C ts o oc t S lte ia ss S or C r/A oc A ep ss to A R A ec ir D 1) Attended November 2006 and April 2007 CAS meetings; participated in November 2006 CAS Symposium 2) Solicited suggestions for LAP revisions from NADE members and association leaders 1) Maintain affiliation with CAS National Association for 3) Served on two standards revisions committees: Learning 2) Provide information about CAS to NADE members Developmental Education Assistance Programs and Recreational Sports 3) Promote CAS products through information provided to (NADE) 4) Served on NADE Certification Council, which endorses use of members via web-site link, conference materials, newsletter CAS materials are referenced during CAS Standards and Guidelines for Learning Assistance Programs articles by NADE Director, discussion with NADE leaders NADE Certification Training Institute, in self-studies by programs seeking NADE Certification 4) Engage actively involved in revision of LAP Standards and and programs are encouraged to use 5) Recommended name of NADE contact for CAS Technology Guidelines these materials in coordination with Standards development 5) Incorporate use of CAS Standards into NADE NADE Guides when completing 6) Provided information about CAS for NADE officers and CertificaitonTraining Institute program self-studies members 6) Offer session at NADE on use of CAS Standards Responded to member request for NAFSA: Association of more information on CAS and how to Education Abroad leader attended CAS workshop in November Including CAS Standards in overall review of association International Educators obtain SAGs. 2006 in the stead of NAFSA CAS Director. standards. 1) CAS products were included and 1) The new CAS Standards for Commuter and Off-Campus promoted in all the workshops Living Programs will be promoted and presented in NCCP presented by the NCCP staff workshops and consultations. 2) NCCP staff utilized and promoted 2) The NCCP is developing a learning outcomes worksheet as National Clearinghouse for CAS products through their part of a Commuter Perspectives issue on learning outcomes Commuter Programs (NCCP) consultations with numerous for members that are primarily based on the newly released institutions across the country 1) The Director, Scholar, and Coordinator of the NCCP promoted CAS FALDOs. 3) CAS products are featured in the and used CAS materials in consulting activities. 3) The NCCP uses CAS materials as an advocacy tool to help assessment packet distributed to NCCP 2) NCCP Coordinator used CAS materials in on-site tours of the our members attract resources and support for commuter members NCCP. students. National Council on Student Used as part of annual conference pre- Development (NCSD) conference workshop Attended CAS Meetings None Reported Doug Franklin, the new in-coming NIRSA representative to the CAS National Intramural and Board, used the CAS Standards in his Dixie Bennett presented a training session at the national Recreational Sports Association doctoral dissertation and will have conference entitled, "Understanding and Using Standards in Association will roll out a marketing campaign for the newly (NIRSA) extensive information to share with the Program Assessment and External Comprehensive Program revised Recreational Sports Standards upon their approval at Board. Review." the October Board meeting. National Orientation Directors To market directly to higher education institutions at all Association (NODA) None Reported None association functions. gs ns tin io ee at ,M ic bl ps Pu n tio ho S ia ks A oc C or ss of W A g s, in n t io ke nt ar ve M on C American College Health ACHA Annual Meeting Association (ACHA) - San Antonio, TX (5/29-6/2) None Reported 1) ACHS exhibited at the Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council in Fall 2006 and distributed honor society Association of College Honor standards and undergraduate research Societies (ACHS) standards 2) ACHS used the honor society standards to rescue an ACHS member society from complete breakdown of administration None Reported 1) Pre-Conference workshop at ACPA/NASPA Joint Meeting ACPA: College Student Educators 2) Convention program with NASPA and International ACPA Directors and CAS President and 1) Advertised CAS Symposium in ACPA Developments Executive Director 2) Advertised new Blue Book and FALDOs in ACPA 3) Attended and reported at ACPA Executive Developments Committee and ACPA Commissions Chairs 3) Advertised Miller Award in ACPA Developments 1) Annual Conference - Presented a session on "CAS: All You Wanted to Know." Association of College Unions 2) Summer Meeting: Met with the Education International (ACUI) Council chairs to review and make suggestions for the Auxiliary Services and Recreational Sports Standards. Input was also solicited from the Central Office and the CAS publications are sold at the ACUI Bookstore on-line and ACUI Leadership Team on both Standards. at the annual conference. Association of Fraternity Advisors AFA publicized the new CAS publication in its newsletters, e- (AFA) None Reported mail messages, and other publications. 1) Annual Conference - Charlotte, NC (7/2007) Association of Higher Education 2) Numerous trainings, audio-conferences in and Disability (AHEAD) various locations throughout the year 3) AHEAD Annual Report (2006): 1) Flyers on tables at conferences http://ahead.org/about/report/index.htm 2) Mentioned in Executive Director's monthly newsletters gs n s tin io ee at ,M ic bl ps Pu n io ho S t ia ks A oc C or ss of W A g s, in n t io ke nt ar ve M on C 1) CACUSS Annual Conference - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (6/2007) @ University of Canadian Association of College Saskatchewan and University Student Services 2) 2008 Conference (CACUSS) - St. John's, Newfoundland (6/2008) @ Memorial University of Newfoundland None Reported Collegiate Information and Visitor June 2007 - Presented status of CiVSA Services Association (CiVSA) Director to CAS Board to general membership at CiVSA National Conference at Distributed CAS promotional materials via the CiVSA Notre Dame University in South Bend, IA quarterly newsletter The Welcomer 1) NACA National Conference National Association for Campus - presented two sessions (Feb. 2007) Activities (NACA) 2) NACA Mid-Atlantic region - presented two sessions (Oct. 2007) Article in Programming Magazine , September 2007 Jeff Pitman and Pat Perfetto will be presenting at the upcoming NACAS Annual National Association of College Conference (late October 2007) on using self- Auxiliary Services (NACAS) assessment tools in Auxiliary Services. The We made mention of CAS publications and products several CAS Standards and SAGs will be featured times at regional meetings, at professional development events prominently. and on the NACAS list serv. 1) Annual Conference National Association of Colleges - New York City (May 29 - June 1, 2007) and Employers (NACE) 2) Management Leadership Institute - San Antonio, TX (July 9 - 13) None Reported Tony will be partnering with a long-time member of NACS/NACAS from The College of Wooster to present a session on self- National Association of College assessment and the CAS Standards at the Stores (NACS) 2008 CAMEX ("Igniting Collegiate We have begun internal discussions about marketing CAS Retailing") in materials to our membership through our NACS Store starting San Antonio, TX - February 29 - March 3 2008 when the Auxiliary Services Standards are available. gs ns tin io ee at ,M ic bl ps Pu n io ho S t ia ks A oc C or ss of W A g s, in n t io ke nt ar ve M on C Provided information to NADE members about CAS Standards, products, and Learning Assistance Program Standards under review via NADE Newsletter, NADE 2007 Conference participation, and consultation with NADE leaders as follows: 1) Met with NADE Board to discuss CAS focus and initiatives National Association for 2) Sent LAP Contextual Statement and draft Developmental Education of LAP Standards and Guidelines under (NADE) revision to NADE leaders (chapter presidents, special interest group and committee chairs, 1) Provided CAS brochure for all NADE 2007 conference Certification Council members, and Executive attendees Board) for input 2) Provided LAP Contextual Statement, LAP draft revisions, 3) Solicited input on LAP revisions from and CAS brochures for attendees at NADE 2007 at the NADE NADE members during NADE 2007 information exhibit conference 3) NADE provided link between its web-site and CAS web-site 4) Represented NADE at CAS meetings in and referred to CAS on NADE web-site at www.nade.net November 2006 and April 2007 and CAS 4) Provided CAS information to NADE members via NADE Symposium in November 2006 Newsletter articles NAFSA: Association of International Educators None Reported None Reported The NCCP promoted CAS and distributed CAS publications at the following conferences and workshops: - ACPA Annual Convention - a) Commuter Students and Adult Learner Roundtable National Clearinghouse for b) Conference Session: More Than A Place to The NCCP markets CAS publications and products in the Commuter Programs (NCCP) Park: Successful Programs for Commuters following ways: (100 + attendees) 1) All new NCCP members receive a CAS brochure in their c) Conference Session: Commuter Programs welcome packet and the Council for the Advancement of 2) The NCCP homepage links to the CAS website and Standards: Applying the Standards and Standards for Commuter and Off-Campus Living Programs Learning Outcomes to Practice 3) The revised Standards, SAGs, and FALDOs are highlighted d) ACPA Convention Resource Fair in all issues of Commuter Perspectives gs ns tin io ee at ,M ic bl ps Pu n io ho S t ia ks A oc C or ss of W A g s, in n t io ke nt ar ve M on C 1) NCSD Annual Conference - Tacoma, WA (10/22-10/24) - Pre-Conference Workshop on Outcomes Assessment (CAS Standards Used) 2) Board Meetings in Tacoma, WA National Council on Student (10/20/06-10/21/06) & in Tampa, FL Development (NCSD) (4/14/07) 3) Several members attended CAS Symposium in DC (11/06) Reports on CAS Meetings are included in every NCSD 4) Next Annual Conference Newsletter. Other announcements have gone to membership - Savannah, GA (10/21/01-10/23/07) electronically soliciting input on new and revised standards. 1) Development of a new section on the NIRSA website, devoted to Higher Education Associations and relationship to NIRSA National Intramural and 2) Direct link to CAS website Recreational Sports Association 3) Announcement of Ted K. Miller Award selection process in (NIRSA) October Newsletter and on Website 4) Planned rollout and renewed emphasis on advertising the National Conference - Minneapolis CAS Blue Book pending approval of proposed Recreational (April 18-21) Sports Standards in October 1) Presented on CAS at the NODA Conference - Salt Lake City, UT (10/2006) 2) Presented on CAS at the Institute for the National Orientation Directors Study of Transfers Association (NODA) - Forth Worth, TX (2/2007) A PowerPoint presentation was used in each presentation as 3) Presented on CAS at the NODA Region IV well as handouts provided that listed the CAS Website, and all Conference publications. Also, the handouts provided by CAS were - El Paso, TX (3/2007) distributed.
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