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NACAS Spring Expo
April 12 – 16, 2021
Have you been looking for a new product or service to improve your operations, but don’t know where to start? The NACAS Spring Expo is your FREE, one-stop-shop to source campus solutions. Similar to our C3X Expo, the NACAS Spring Expo brings together business partners and industry leaders virtually to collaborate, create, and explore new ways to create customized campus services that are unique and meaningful to each school’s community.Learn More
Webinar: Auxiliaries at the Core: Expectations from the Top
April 22, 2021 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Presenters: Dr. Matthew Whelan, President of Caldwell University & Burt Woolf, Executive Adviser and Principal Facilitator for Organizational Culture and Transformation in Auxiliary Services
Collegiate auxiliaries programs are core institutional assets and resources, and the pandemic has spotlighted more than ever just how important they are to institutions. But as the pandemic shifts to the rearview mirror, what do top collegiate executives think about auxiliaries' role and value? What issues and concerns can be addressed that are important to them during the post-pandemic recovery period? Burt Woolf, a collegiate advisor on organizational culture, and Dr. Matthew Whelan, a university president will offer a convincing explanation for the transformative core role of auxiliary services, and explore a compelling value proposition for auxiliary services that will attract greater interest and engagement in programs by campus' top leadership!Learn More
Webinar: The Future of College Stores
April 27, 2021 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Presenters: Jason Logan - Executive Director, Council on Student Affairs and Fees, Equitable Access Program - UC Davis
Laura Stevens - Director of Auxiliary Operations and Student Life - Maryville University
Lorelle Davies, CASP - Director of Auxiliary Services - Pikes Peak Community College
Carol Miller Schaefer, CCR - Director University of Tennessee VolShop
How is your Campus Bookstore doing? Successful College Bookstores are responding to the dynamic changes to deliver course material while managing financial pressures. This is an opportunity to learn more about other campus bookstore initiatives from a new Equitable Access program to an established Inclusive Course Materials program. You'll be challenged to think through the future of college stores and the complexities of operating models - what's working now for your campus and what could be next?Learn More
Webinar: Designing Your Team’s Wellness Workplace Charter
May 6, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenter(s): Mark Mohammadpour, APR, Founder and Owner, Chasing the Sun Health Coaching
Over the last year, as business leaders, we have been evolving how we are managing teams in a virtual environment. We’ve learned new techniques to communicate with our teams, given more grace, and embraced a more balanced life. One of the key areas to address moving forward is to ensure our personal and team’s stress and anxiety are reduced as much as possible. Through the development of a team charter, establishing agreed-upon expectations with your teams will show leadership, demonstrate that you care about their wellbeing, and may reduce employee burnout and turnover. Mark Mohammadpour, APR, public relations executive, certified personal trainer, and health coach who lost and kept off 150 pounds more than 10 years ago, will share practical tools to help keep our minds motivated, our teams feeling inclusive, and our bodies fueled and prepared to lead in this new era.
Following this session, participants will:
- Gain insights based on survey results from peers on their experiences with health and the workplace.
- Apply traditional business planning techniques for creating fitness and wellness goals that work for anyone and set themselves and their teams up for success.
- Learn practical recommendations for designing your team’s workplace charter.
Getting Involved in a NACAS Volunteer Leadership Role: Serving the Association
May 19, 2021 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Speakers: Emily Messa, CASP, NACAS At-Large Board Member, University of Houston; and Matt Portner, CASP, NACAS President-Elect, Ashland University
Volunteering for NACAS continues to be one of the most rewarding experiences members have shared in their tenure with this organization. Have you been interested in NACAS volunteer leadership but weren’t sure where to start? Join in on this educational session facilitated by representatives from the NACAS Board of Directors, NACAS Foundation, Regions, Committees, and Advisory Groups to learn more about the important role these volunteers have in supporting association activities and how to launch your journey as a NACAS volunteer. Hear from volunteers on what has been most meaningful for them in their service to the Association, and understand the various opportunities to help you determine what interests you most!Learn More