Student Affairs Links

Websites

PodCasts

Video Podcasts & Interviews

Blogs

  • Student Affairs Women Talk Tech
    A group of female student affairs professionals working in a variety of fields with a passion for technology. This blog is designed as a forum for women in student affairs with an interest in technology.
  • Social Media in Higher Education
    Dr. Rey Junco
    College professor and the Director of Disability Services at Lock Haven University and researcher who studies how social media use affects college students.
  • Eric Stoller’s Blog
    Eric Stoller
    Host of Student Affairs Live and Inside Higher Ed blogger.<br>
  • On The Go with Ed Cabellon
    Ed Cabellon
    Director of Campus Center at Bridgewater State University, Social Media Guru, & regular contributor on The Student Affairs Blog.
  • Choosing the Path
    Mike Hamilton
    Complex Coordinator at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Marketing Chair on BACHA, and creator of ResLife Tech conference.
  • This Side of Theory
    Stacy Oliver
    Housing/Residential Life professional with a sense of humor and side of reflection. Asst. Dir. Housing & Res Life Indiana U. South Bend.
  • Brian P Gallagher
    A student affairs professional with a passion for photography and cooking. ResLife GA at IUPUI
  • Defiant Musings
    Brenda Bethman
    Thoughts on feminism, technology, work, life. Director of the UMKC Women’s Center
    This is just a SMALL sampling of Student Affairs Bloggers out there.  I am slowly putting together a list, but if you want to be included (or deleted) please send me a message :)

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