Calhoun to co-present two sessions at ACPA Convention
Daniel Calhoun, Ph.D.
Daniel Calhoun, Ph.D., associate professor in the Dept. of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development will presenting two sessions at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Convention to be held March 26-29. The first session will be co-presented with COE Graduate Advisor Ben Wentworth entitled “So You Think You Can Teach? New Practitioner Teaching Tips.” The presentation is designed for graduate students, new professionals, and others in student affairs who are granted the chance to teach First-Year-Experience (FYE) courses, Resident Advisor preparation classes, or similar seminars but often have received little or no training.
For the second session Calhoun will co-present with fall 2016 COE doctoral graduate Jami Hall, Ed.D. The session, entitled “Professional Competency and Self-Awareness: When Perception meets Reality.,” is based on Hall’s dissertation research that focuses on student affairs practitioners’ self-awareness of their level of professional competency, particularly when they are not as self-aware as they think.
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