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    Hi Scott, Hope this helps! Ben (University of Washington, Seattle) For all breaks: On-call shifts are ...

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    Hi Scott, At Emory we only have one part of our campus open over the winter break. It is an apartment style community ...

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    Please share the information below with individuals who you believe would be a successful candidate for the newly ...

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    Hello Everyone: What is your compensation structure for those RA's that you need to remain over break periods ...

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    Hi all - Thanks for this conversation and special THANKS to Katie for leading us in it! I've been pondering Chuck's ...

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    Thanks so much for sharing. I like how you framed your personal story. Two people in one body. As Twenge points ...

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    We don't do graduation cords, but we do have pins which we give our outgoing staff members. The pin has our university ...

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    We have a larger policy, but here is some notes we have as we move away from "lockdown" language. Emergency ...

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    In addition to the many other good resources listed... Check with local homeless shelters, some states allow ...

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The ACUHO-I online community reading group is back! Join us through November and December as we explore the book iGen by noted author Jean M. Twenge. The conversation will be moderated by Katie Boone, an instructor at Cabrini University and a member of the ACUHO-I Research Committee.
Join us as we learn how this generation of students are "different in how they spend their time, how they behave, and in their attitudes toward religion, sexuality, and politics. They socialize in completely new ways, reject once sacred social taboos, and want different things from their lives and careers." Sounds like something that could be useful to all ACUHO-I members.
Check in with this thread to read what others have to say and share your own thoughts and interpretations as well.

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