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    Hi, We are currently exploring various ways to fund our educational and engagement programs in our housing department.  ...

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    Hi Monica, Housing & Residence Life at Seattle University has purchased graduation cords for all of our student ...

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    In case you missed it: the National Housing Training Institute applications are OPEN! Apply here:   http://www.acuho-i.org/events/cid/6507 ...

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    Gamification can help retain and engage Millennials. In a February 2017 Inc. Magazine article by Ryan Jenkin, ...

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    Hi all - This year I would like to implement an online exit survey for RAs at the end of the school year which ...

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    Looking for examples of what others are providing when they are contacted by a prospective camp/conference that ...

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    Colleagues -  Do any of you use Salto locks in your residence halls? If so, can you send me your contact info ...

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    Thanks for the question, Luther, and for sharing your MOU, Tracey. We are looking at the same issue so this was ...

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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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