NACUBO is proud to join together with more than 20 higher education associations to present Well-Being in Higher Education: Raising Literacy and Advancing the Conversation, a series of free, virtual events from February 26–March 1, 2024. These associations are collaborating to raise the literacy for well-being among higher education professionals and to advance conversation among colleagues on and across campuses.
Come together with fellow higher education professionals to collectively engage with well-being content, brainstorm ideas, deepen your cross-campus relationships, and further your holistic understanding of well-being and its connection to student success. Participate in dozens of cross-association webinar opportunities to learn more about well-being and real-world strategies your members can bring to their campuses.
NACUBO is hosting the following webinars as part of the program.
Strengthening the Intersection of Business Office Practices and Equitable Student Outcomes
February 26, 2024 | 3–3:50 pm ET
Community well-being, as explored in this discussion, extends beyond individual aspirations, encompassing sufficient and equitable opportunities, resources, and conditions. Two distinguished chief business officers will share their experiences and perspectives on how business office practices can contribute to the enhancement of community well-being, with a specific focus on creating a setting that goes beyond the capabilities of any single individual.
Drawing from real-world examples, the discussion will illuminate innovative strategies to strengthen the link between their business office practices and equitable student outcomes. From resource allocation to financial policies, attendees will gain actionable insights into how business officers from all parts of the campus can be catalysts for positive change, ensuring that all students have access to the opportunities and resources necessary for their success.
After this webinar, you will be able to—
- Align business office practices with the goal of fostering equitable student outcomes within the broader context of community well-being
- Leslie Jamison, chief financial officer, Atlantic Cape Community College
- Carmen Roberts, executive director of operations, Great Falls College MSU
- Kelli Rainey, senior director, grants management, NACUBO
Elevating Your Impact: Nurturing Community Well-Being
February 29, 2024 | 2–2:50 pm ET
In this thought-provoking dialogue, panelists will explore the shared responsibility of institutions in fostering community well-being. Recognizing well-being as a holistic goal, the discussion will address how institutions can play a pivotal role in ensuring the needs of their community members are met, creating an environment that supports thriving relationships and connectedness.
Particular attention will be given to the intersection of community well-being, food insecurity on campus, and equitable student outcomes. The panelists will share specific examples of initiatives, strategies, and programs implemented by their respective institutions. From inclusive educational practices to targeted support systems, attendees will gain insights into effective approaches that contribute to the overall well-being of diverse student populations.
This webinar is a collaboration between NACUBO, the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU), and the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS).
After this webinar, you will be able to—
- Recognize the multifaceted nature of well-being as it applies to individuals within a community
- Gain practical insights into examining equitable student outcomes and implementing change that positively impacts the well-being of the entire community
- Peter S. Elliott, vice president for administrative services, South Florida State College
- Nicole Kerns, director of USCard services, University of Southern California
- Kristina Patridge, director of university dining services, The University of Alabama
- Kelli Rainey, senior director, grants management, NACUBO (moderator)
How to Register and Attend
To attend sessions by NACUBO or other participating associations, you will register and attend through NASPA's website.
For technical assistance during Well-Being in Higher Education: Raising Literacy and Advancing the Conversation, please visit NASPA's Help Desk in their event platform.
NACUBO will record our sessions and make them available on our Recordings page in early March.