Corie Steinke, Residence Director and Civic Engagement Coordinator, Elected Chair of Service and Service-Learning Under ACPA
February 12, 2014
Corie Steinke, Residence Director and Civic Engagement Coordinator, has been elected chair of service and service-learning in the Commission for Student Involvement, a committee under ACPA (Association of College Personnel Administrators).
ACPA (American College Personnel Association) is a comprehensive student affairs association that advances student affairs and engages students for a lifetime of learning and discovery. ACPA was founded in 1924 and has 7,500 members from 1,200 higher education institutions worldwide. Open to graduate and undergraduate students in higher education administration programs, faculty, and student affairs professionals, ACPA provides professional development, networking, advocacy, and research development to foster college student learning.
The Commission for Student Involvement (CSI) is a committee within the umbrella ACPA association. CSI focuses on students in colleges and universities and their environments. Efforts of CSI are directed toward characteristics, purposes, attitudes, behaviors, campus activities, and community life and to effectively meet those needs with relevant programs. Areas in Higher Education the Commission focuses on include Community Service/Service Learning, Greek Life, Leadership Development, and Student Activities.
As Community Service and Service Learning Chair, Corie will serve as a catalyst for the meaningful exchange of ideas and resources among Commission members throughout the year, advance conversations about community service/service-learning through year-round programs and initiatives, promote the development programs and roundtable discussions relevant to community service/service learning, contribute relevant articles to the commission’s e-publications, service as an ambassador for the commission to professional associations such as HENCE, Campus Compact, and BreakAway…among other things.
Assistant Professor and Chair Scott Stein, MS, The Donald Everett Axinn Division of Social Sciences.