Professional Development

Professional Development (PD) allows us to assess and support our growth and development as educators, leading to increased ability and efficacy in serving students. (Roberts, 2005)

Creativity + Technology = Access

In our remote environment and sensitivity to the pandemic, planned opportunities have pivoted to be more accessible and accommodating. The list of options available is vast! Check back here regularly for updates..

Evergreen has great options for PD

Washington Center for Improving Undergraduate Education

This public service center on Evergreen's campus offers summer institutes, workshops, learning communities and more.

Webinars allow for networking and external perspectives

October 13- How the University of Pittsburgh is Bridging Academic and Student Affairs

Hear about co-curricular and experiential opportunities, frameworks, and how technology plays a role in the student experience. Registration is free!

October 13- It Takes a Village: Institutional Cultures that Celebrate First-generation College Students

University of California, Santa Barbara will share how they celebrate first-gen college students all year long. Registration is free! 

November 9- LGBTQ+ (In)Visibility: A Case for Strategic Enrollment Management

"Moving forward with LGBTQIA+ inclusion in strategic enrollment management efforts requires specific consideration and care. Registration is free!

Conferences can be great for research, mentorship, and collaborations

October 16- The Search for Black Identity in Higher Education

This free opportunity is virtual. While in a different region, all NASPA members are welcome to register.

 November 10-13- 2020 NASPA Western Regional Conference

Registration is open for this conference and is completely virtual this year. 

Journals provide opportunities to contribute to the body of scholarship that defines our work

For Fun!

Game Nights

NASPA Region V is hosting three trivia nights for fun!

  • October 7, 4pm
  • November 4, 4pm
  • December 2, 4pm