Women in Student Affairs Program Guide to NASPA19

Women in Student Affairs Knowledge Community

February 11, 2019

The Women in Student Affairs Knowledge Community is thrilled to engage with you in Los Angeles at #NASPA19! Stop by our table at the Communities Fair on Monday night to see how you can engage with WISA KC, learn about our open leadership positions, grab some great giveaways, and enter to win prizes! Come to our joint reception with the Center for Women and Alice Manicur Symposium Alumnae on Monday night, where the winners of the Center for Women’s Ruth Strang Research Award and Zenobia Hikes Memorial Award will be announced. WISA will also recognize the winners of the WISA KC’s 2019 Women’s Issues Professional Development Access Grants.

We are proud to promote three WISA KC Sponsored Sessions taking place Monday and Tuesday that reflect the complexity and intersectional nature of womxn’s identities and concerns. Come to our Open Business Meeting on Tuesday morning to connect with others interested in WISA KC, learn more about what we do, how you can engage, and tell us what you would like to see from WISA! We are excited to once again contribute to the Intersections of Identity Roundtable program on Tuesday. Finally, we look forward to the release of WISA’s article in the KC Online Publication, “A Call for Equity through a Multicultural Feminist Framework”, by Melissa Grant.

In this program guide you will find dates, times, and locations for programs in which WISA KC is directly involved (denoted with an asterisk) as well as other programs and resources that may be of interest to you. Have a great conference! 

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This guide is developed by the Women in Student Affairs Knowledge Community leadership team

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