[swacuho] Mid-Level Mixology Workshop 2015: Call for Programs

  • From: "Pelton, Kathryne" <kdp014@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'swacuho@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <swacuho@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2015 11:38:52 +0000


I wanted to reach out to all the Mid-Level professionals in our region on 
behalf of the Mid-Level Committee with the hope that you are as jazzed as we 
are for the 2015 Mid-Level Workshop, better known as Mid-Level Mixology! The 
exciting overnight format should provide plenty of opportunities for learning, 
growth, and establishing (or rekindling) peer relationships. The workshop will 
be held June 11 - 12 at the beautiful University of Texas at Dallas campus.

The Committee is planning to have a wide array of program sessions at Mid-Level 
Mixology, but we want your help! Our topical areas will continue to build upon 
the ACUHO-I Core Competencies. We hope that you will consider putting in a 
program proposal based on the Core Competencies. Please take some time to 
review the Core Competencies 
Connecting your proposal to these competencies will be part of the evaluation 
process. While we would love to have a variety of program topics submitted 
please keep in mind that during the 2013 Mid-Level Workshop participants 
decided upon five competencies that we felt were relevant to all Mid-Level 
staff members, regardless of title, institution, or functional areas.  Those 
five competencies are:

*         Evaluation and Planning

*         Crisis Management

*         Human Resources

*         Resident Educational Services

*         Student Behavior

Program proposals are due by Friday, April 17, 2015 and can be submitted by 
filling out this Google form<http://goo.gl/forms/jzRmX6klwj>. You will be asked 
to include a program abstract, description, goals or objectives, and a brief 

The entire Mid-Level Committee thanks you in advance for submitting a program 
proposal. Please share this email to anyone who may not have received it 
(including our retired SWACUHO members).  In the event you are unsure as to 
whether you fall into the Mid-Level category please see your department 
leadership for guidance.  Please feel free to send any questions to 

Katy Pelton
Assistant Director for Hall Staff & Academic Initiatives
Department of Residence Life
Sam Houston State University
Member The Texas State University System


SHSU  '05

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