Division Update – DSA Awards 2018

Congratulations to members of the Division of Student Affairs and Texas A&M University staff who received awards this spring for their outstanding contributions to our students and programs!

Award Winners

Randy Matson ’67 Association of Former Students Award

Col. Kenneth Allison, USAF (Ret.)
Col. Kenneth Allison, USAF (Ret.)Corps of Cadets
Stephen Senkel
Stephen SenkelUniversity Center & Special Events
Angela Winkler
Angela WinklerOffices of the Dean of Student Life

John J. Koldus III Faculty and Staff Achievement Award

Doug Burns
Doug BurnsUniversity Center & Special Events

J. Malon Southerland Award

Julie Anderson
Julie AndersonOffice of the Vice President for the Division of Student Affairs

Award of Distinction – Individual

Sandy Barrett
Sandy BarrettOffice of the Vice President for the Division of Student Affairs
Jarrett Hervey
Jarrett HerveyUniversity Center & Special Events
Carl Ivey
Carl IveyInformation Technology
Justin Romack
Justin RomackDisability Services
Robin Shuglie
Robin ShuglieOffices of the Dean of Student Life
Jen Sommers
Jen SommersResidence Life

Award of Distinction – Team

Multicultural Services

Dr. Marisa Suhm
Dr. Marisa Suhm
Cruz Rios
Cruz Rios
Varselles Cummings
Varselles Cummings
Angela Calise Jackson
Angela Calise Jackson
Mark Dawson
Mark Dawson
Dear Auneatitrakul
Dear Auneatitrakul
Diana Lee
Diana Lee
Justin Ikpo
Justin Ikpo
Miguel Perez
Miguel Perez
Kimberly Heslip
Kimberly Heslip
Jacquelin Alexander
Jacquelin Alexander
Lisa Kappil
Lisa Kappil
Tyra Smith
Tyra Smith

Award of Distinction – Graduate Assistant

Leslie Lowry
Leslie LowryOffices of the Dean of Student Life

Assessment of Student Learning Award

Kyle McCracken
Kyle McCrackenResidence Life

Years of Service

Kenneth Allison, Corps of Cadets
Kathryn Bannon, Student Health Services
Alyssa Barigian, Student Health Services
Carolina Bratlien, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Amanda Bruce, Student Activities
Megan Bork, Student Counseling Services
Donna Carroll, Student Health Services
Jo Ann Culpepper, Student Health Services
Libby Daggers, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Wendi Denk, Student Health Services
Jamie Garcia, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Rick Greig, Memorial Student Center
Jo Ann Hernandez, Student Health Services
Carl Ivey, Information Technology
Kyle R. McCracken, Residence Life
Josh Morris, Residence Life
Chad Parker, Corps of Cadets
Neil Peltier, University Center & Special Events
Santana Simple, Student Counseling Service
Meredith Simpson, Corps of Cadets
Canon Thomsen, Student Health Services
Krista Van De Flier, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Tearney Woodruff, Student Activities

William Booth, Department of Information Technology
Kelly Cox, Student Life Studies
Sarah Minnis, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Travis Batson, Student Counseling Service
John Dowdall, Student Health Services
Michael Dulke, Corps of Cadets
Rebecca Evans, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Jessica Konetski, Recreational Sports
Steve Laube, Residence Life
Lisa Monk, Student Activities
Diana North, Disability Services
Tanja Peterson, Student Health Services
Rick Scheffler, Residence Life
Heather Wheeler, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Wayne Zimmerman, Information Technology

Carol Binzer, Residence Life
Carolyn Dickey, Corps of Cadets
Brenda Hefner, Residence Life
Kimberly Morris, Student Health Services
Cyn Olvera, Student Activities
Randal Parker, Student Health Services
Matthew Swick, Disability Services
J. Renae Vargo, Memorial Student Center

Stefanie Baker, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Jennifer Boyle, Student Activities
Michelle Briggs, Recreational Sports
Glenda Davis, Student Health Services
Tonya Driver, Multicultural Services
Tawyna Eillott, Recreational Sports
Roy Eubanks, University Center & Special Events
Tracey Forman, Disability Services
Dorothy Houston, Veteran Resource & Support Center
Michael Krenz, Residence Life
Carlos Orozco, Student Counseling Service
Rebecca Watson, University Center & Special Events

Kenneth Allison, Corps of Cadets
Kathryn Bannon, Student Health Services
Alyssa Barigian, Student Health Services
Carolina Bratlien, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Amanda Bruce, Student Activities
Megan Bork, Student Counseling Services
Donna Carroll, Student Health Services
Jo Ann Culpepper, Student Health Services
Libby Daggers, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Wendi Denk, Student Health Services
Jamie Garcia, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Rick Greig, Memorial Student Center
Jo Ann Hernandez, Student Health Services
Carl Ivey, Information Technology
Kyle R. McCracken, Residence Life
Josh Morris, Residence Life
Chad Parker, Corps of Cadets
Neil Peltier, University Center & Special Events
Santana Simple, Student Counseling Service
Meredith Simpson, Corps of Cadets
Canon Thomsen, Student Health Services
Krista Van De Flier, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Tearney Woodruff, Student Activities

William Booth, Department of Information Technology
Kelly Cox, Student Life Studies
Sarah Minnis, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Travis Batson, Student Counseling Service
John Dowdall, Student Health Services
Michael Dulke, Corps of Cadets
Rebecca Evans, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Jessica Konetski, Recreational Sports
Steve Laube, Residence Life
Lisa Monk, Student Activities
Diana North, Disability Services
Tanja Peterson, Student Health Services
Rick Scheffler, Residence Life
Heather Wheeler, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Wayne Zimmerman, Information Technology

Carol Binzer, Residence Life
Carolyn Dickey, Corps of Cadets
Brenda Hefner, Residence Life
Kimberly Morris, Student Health Services
Cyn Olvera, Student Activities
Randal Parker, Student Health Services
Matthew Swick, Disability Services
J. Renae Vargo, Memorial Student Center

Stefanie Baker, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Jennifer Boyle, Student Activities
Michelle Briggs, Recreational Sports
Glenda Davis, Student Health Services
Tonya Driver, Multicultural Services
Tawyna Eillott, Recreational Sports
Roy Eubanks, University Center & Special Events
Tracey Forman, Disability Services
Dorothy Houston, Veteran Resource & Support Center
Michael Krenz, Residence Life
Carlos Orozco, Student Counseling Service
Rebecca Watson, University Center & Special Events

Retirements

Rob Bush, University Center & Special Events
Sharon Coffey, Student Health Services
Dr. Maggie Gartner, Student Counseling Service
Sandra Gilbert, Becky Gates Children’s Center
Ricki Henry, Residence Life
Pearlean Howard, Student Counseling Service
Jon Parnell, University Center & Special Events
Diedre Roberts, Student Health Services
Edward Styduhar, Student Health Services
Frances Ware, Corps of Cadets

Advisor of the Year

Registered
Smantha Wilson, Texas A&M Career Closet

Affiliated
Mark Johnson, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

Sponsored
Jamie Wangler, Graduate & Professional Student Council

Fish Camp Namesakes

Dear Auneatitrakul, formerly Multicultural Services
Bruce Brown, Student Activities
Hillary Motal, Student Activities
Dylan Murray, Student Activities
Jen Sommers, Residence Life
Melissa Williams, Student Activities

Howdy Camp Namesakes

Drew McMillen, Recreational Sports
Craig Rotter, formerly Residence Life

T-Camp Namesakes

Dr. Ann Goodman, Student Activities
Blanca Flores, Residence Life
Kelci Jacoby, Student Activities

President’s Meritorious Service Award

Meredith Malnar, Offices of the Dean of Student Life
Becky Watson, University Center & Special Events

Professional Achievement

Erica Ritter

  • Award of Distinction – Team, DSA, 2017.
  • Leadership Team, Brazos Valley Chapter of TXAEYC, 2018.
  • Risk Management Coordination Committee, DSA, 2017 – 2018.
  • Assessment Team, DSA, 2017 – 2018.
  • Awards Committee, DSA, 2017 – 2018.
  • Facility Manager Working Group, Texas A&M University, 2017 – 2018.
  • Administrative Professionals Group, DSA, 2017 – 2018.

Micheal Hudson

  • President, Texas Aggie Band Association, 2016 – 2018.

NASPA Bronze Award for Excellence, Student Professional IT Experience program,  Category – Administrative, Assessment, Information Technology, Fundraising, and Professional Development.

Cameron Baker

  • ITIL Expert Certification in Managing Across the Lifecycle, 2017.

Jill Stickler

  • Two time Soaring Eagle Award recipient
  • Business Analysis Essentials Training, 2017.
  • ITIL v3 Foundations Certification, 2017.

Donald St. Martin

  • Shining Star Award
  • Organizing Committee & Track Chair, Texas A&M University System Technology Summit, 2016 – 2017.
  • Steering Committee, Texas A&M University GoWeb, 2016 – 2018.
  • ITIL Foundation Certification, 2017.

Chrissie Cordray

  • Soaring Eagle Award
  • Co-Chair Project Management Track, Texas A&M Technology Summit, 2017 – 2018.
  • Committee Member Project Management, Texas A&M Virtual Technology Summit, 2016-2017.

Carl Ivey

  • Co-Chair Project Management, Technology Summit, TAMUS, 2016 – 2018.
  • Annual Conference Committee, EDUCAUSE, 2017-2018.
  • Namesake Committee, TAMU Fish Camp, 2018.
  • ServiceNow Project Portfolio Suite, TAMUS Shared Service, 2016 – 2018.
  • TAC26 Committee, TAMUS, 2015 – 2018.
  • Certified Agile Scrum Master, 2017.
  • Cybersecurity Foundations Certification, 2018.

Justin Ellison

  • Shining Star Award
  • FEMA Cybersecurity “Integration of Cybersecurity Personnel into the Emergency Operations Center for Cyber Incidents.”
  • Cybersecurity Foundations Course.

Devang Mehta

  • Shining Star Award
  • Soaring Eagle Award

Kerry Pickens

  • Communication Chair for American Association of University Women, 2017-2018.
  • Board Member of Brazos Valley Project Managers Professional Association, 2017.
  • Project Manager for the TAMU Women in Engineering Robotics Team, 2017-2018
  • ITIL Foundation Certification, 2017
  • FEMA Cybersecurity “Integration of Cybersecurity Personnel into the Emergency Operations Center for Cyber Incidents”
  • American Health Information Managers Association (AHIMA) HIPAA Privacy and Security Training

John Smitz

  • Silent Knight Award

Michael Spaulding

  • ITIL Foundation Certification, 2017

Nicholas Swanzy

  • Cybersecurity Foundation Course

David Swanson

  • Soaring Eagle Award
  • Shining Star Award

David Sweeney

  • IT Advisory Committee Member
  • Enterprise Applications Committee Member
  • TAMU IT Governance
  • Chair, EDUCAUSE Student Affairs
  • ITIL Service Lifecycle: Service Transition

Ariane Ray

  • Silent Knight Award
  • ITIL Practitioner Certification, 2017

Jeff Reitmayer

  • Soaring Eagle Award

Naigu Zhang

  • Shining Star Award

Wayne Zimmerman

  • Silent Knight Award

Jenny Wang

  • Silent Knight Award

Presentations

  • Cordray, C., Stickler, J., & Ivey, C. (2018, February). The Role of Business Analysis in Project Management. Presented at the Texas A&M Technology Summit, Galveston, Texas.
  • Cordray, C. (2018, February) How In the World Do I…A Panel Discussion on Practical Project Management.Presented at the Texas A&M Technology Summit, Galveston, Texas
  • Ivey, C. (2016-18). Project Management, Presented at the Technology Summit, TAMUS.
  • Ivey, C. (2017). 27th Annual University Advisors and Counselors Symposium, Presented at the Annual NACADA Conference.
  • Sweeney, D., Project Management: The Outlook is Cloudy: Useful Online Tools for Project Management, Presented at the Virtual Tech Summit.
  • Sweeney, D., Presented to the Brazos Valley Project Managers on the VRSC Aggie Veteran Network Social Media Website.
  • Mehta, D. (2018). Presented at the Texas A&M Technology Summit, Galveston, Texas

Kristie Orr

  • President Elect, AHEAD, 2016 – 2018

Alicia Guevara

  • Director of Communication & Membership, AHEAD, 2017 – 2018

Tracey Forman

  • Co-Chair, Career Planning Special Interest Group AHEAD, 2017 – 2018

Presentations

  • Guevara, A.L. & Rivera-Weiss, B. (2018, April).Notetaking Accommodations: Why does it have to be so complicated? Presented at the AHEAD Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.
  • Meyer, A. & Orr, K. (2017, July) Leading from Within: Allowing you intentional leadership approach to positively influence your outcomes. AHEAD Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Orr, K. (2018, April). If we are the heart, who is the body?Keynote presented at the AHEAD Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.
  • Phillippe, L.K., Swafford, D.A., & Guevara, A.L. (2018, April). Student disability services 101. Presented at the AHEAD Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.
  • Romack, J. & Wise, E. (2018 April). All access on Alt format. Presented at the AHEAD Texas Conference, Waco, Texas.

Publications

  • Hartsoe, J. & Barclay, S. (2017). Universal Design and Disability: Assessing Faculty Beliefs, Knowledge, and Confidence in Universal Design for Instruction. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 10 (3), 223 – 236.

Luke Altendorf

  • Education and Research Fund Committee, Association of College Unions International, appointed September 2017.

Esther Benedict- Hayes

  • Supervisory Essentials Certificate Program, 2017.

Doug Sweet

  • Chair, University Staff Council, Texas A&M University, 2017-2018.

Yashawant Prakash Vyas

  • Adviser of the Year Award, Golden Key International Honor Society, 2017.
  • Chartering President, Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars – Alpha Eta Chapter at Texas A&M University, 2017-Present.
  • 40-hours Basic Mediation and Training Course, Department of Educational Administration and Human Development, Texas A&M University, 2017.
  • 12-hours Critical Dialogues in Higher Education, Department of Educational Administration and Human Development, ​Texas A&M University, 2017.
  • Make Assessment and Evaluation Work for Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence, College of Continuing Education, the University of Oklahoma, 2017.

Presentations

  • Altendorf, L. (2018, March). Campus Activities and Free Speech. Panel discussion at the ACUI Conference, Anaheim, California.
  • Vyas, Y. (2018, May). Engineering a Forward Thinking Approach to Cultural Competence and the Practice of Global Citizenship by Examining the Concept of Culture. Presented at the annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Vyas, Y. (2017, May).Understanding and Developing Peer Leadership Programs in Universities and Colleges. Presented at the annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), Fort Worth, Texas.

Tonya Driver

  • Diversity Seed Grant – $5,000
  • Editor of Handbooks, Manuals and Monographs, ACPA Publications Board, 2017-2020.
  • Coordinator of Research and Practice Posters, General Program Team, ACPA Annual Convention, 2018.
  • Editorial Review Board, Journal of College and Character, NASPA, 2014-2017.
  • Editorial Review Staff, Journal Of Leadership Education, Association of Leadership Educators, Inc., 2012-2017.
  • Grant Reviewer, Association of Leadership Educators Inc., 2016-2017.

Diana Lee

  • College Completion Grant – $15,000
  • ACE Grant – $1,000
  • Bookstore Grant – $4,000

Cruz Rios

  •   NASPA Latinx/a/o Knowledge Community – Public Policy Liaison.
  •   Fraternity Advisor of the Year Award, Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Huanshu Yuan

  • Editorial Reviewer, IAFOR Journal of Education 2016-Present.

Presentations

  • Lee, D., Rios, C., & Cummings, V. (2017, October). Collaborative cultural councils: An organic approach to advising student organizations for a positive campus climate. Presented at the Texas Association of College & University Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference. Richardson, Texas.
  • Yuan, H. (2018, February). Improving a university’s teaching practice for historically marginalized students.Paper presented at the 41st Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA) Annual Conference. Florida.
  • Yuan, H. (2017, October). Teaching across multiple boundaries: A multicultural approach to teaching pedagogy and teacher education. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference. New Orleans.
  • Yuan, H. (2017, August). Preparing culturally responsive teachers in a multiethnic and multicultural country.Paper presented at the 2017 International Teacher Education Conference. Harvard University.
  • Zamani-Gallaher, E., Linder, C., Longerbeam, S., Driver, T., & Howell, L. (2018, March).Meet the Editors: ACPA Publications Board. Presented at the American College Personnel Association 2018 Annual Convention, Houston, Texas.

Publications

  • Preston-Cunningham, T. & Driver, T. (2017). Inclusive Leadership Program Spotlight. Concepts and Connections: A Publication for Leadership Educators, 22(1). National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs.
  • Yuan, H. (2018). Preparing Teachers for Diversity: A Literature Review and Implications from Community-Based Teacher Education. Higher Education Studies. 8(1), 9-17.
  • Yuan, H. (2017). Developing Culturally Responsive Teachers: Current Issues and a Proposal for Change in Teacher Education Programs. World Journal of Education. 7(5), 66-78.

Dr. Timothy Rhea

  • Chair, Board of Directors, The American Bandmasters Association, 2018.
  • Membership Committee, Phi Beta Mu International, 2016-2018.
  • Member, Board of Directors, The John Philip Sousa Foundation.

Publications

  • Rhea, Timothy Brett (2018). Andante & Allegro. Valley Forge, PA:  RBC Publications. Commissioned by the University Interscholastic League Music Office of Texas.
  • Rhea, Timothy Brett (2018). Sight-reading Level I.  Valley Forge, PA:  RBC Publications. Commissioned by the University Interscholastic League Music Office of Texas.
  • King, Karl Lawrence (2018). Attorney General March.  Timothy Rhea (Ed.). Valley Forge, PA:  RBC Publications. Legacy of the March Series.
  • King, Karl Lawrence (2018).  Garland Entree March.  Timothy Rhea (Ed.).  Valley Forge, PA:  RBC Publications. Legacy of the March Series.
  • King, Karl Lawrence (2018).  Woody Van’s March.  Timothy Rhea (Ed.).  Valley Forge, PA:  RBC Publications. Legacy of the March Series.

Libby Daggers

  • Parent & Family Network Co-chair for Association for Orientation, Transition, & Retention in Higher Education (NODA).
  • 2018 Conference Committee for Association of Higher Education Parent & Family Programs Professionals (AHEPPP).

Kristen Harrell

  • College of Education and Human Development Distinguished Honor Graduate
  • Kristen Harrell, Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, December 2017

Marigold Huddock

  • 2018 SAMHSA/BRSS TACS Capacity Building Opportunity, SAMHSA’s Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center, Non-monetary: provides free individualized consultation, training, and peer-to-peer support in the area of sustaining recovery in higher education.

Jennifer Ford

  • Sorority Adviser of the Year, Texas A&M University, 2018

Emily Ivey

  • General Board Member, Association for Orientation, Transition, & Retention in Higher Education (NODA). 2016-2018.

Ryan Jackson

  • Nominated to attend NASPA’s New Professionals Institute, 2018

Melanie Mckoin

  • Higher Education Case Manager Association Leadership Roundtable Scholarship

Doug Pils

  • Committee Member for College Media Association’s national convention in Dallas, Texas.
  • Scholarship Committee member at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association.

Presentations

  • Higginbotham, M., & Ivey, E. (2017, November). Involving faculty in the new student experience.Presented at the Association for Orientation, Transition, & Retention Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Bailey, K., Higginbotham, M., & Ivey, E. (2018, March). Involving faculty in the new student experience. Presented at the American Collegiate Personnel Administrators Annual Convention, Houston, Texas.
  • Dorsett, L., Farr, C., & Jackson, R. (2018, April).Love the Way You Lie. Presented at the Every Victim Every Time Conference, Bryan, Texas.
  • Benson, C., Bhatt, J., Bryant, P., Davis, C., Ford, D., Morehead, M., Ricke, M., Sonnentag, C., & Thomas, R. (2018, March). Partnership & Process: Developing Partnerships from Prevention to Investigation and Adjudication. Concurrent session presented at NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Benson, C., Bhatt, J., Bryant, P., Davis, C., Ford, D., Morehead, M., Ricke, M., Sonnentag, C., & Thomas, R. (2018, March). Understanding Title IX: Policy, Process & Moving Forward to Eliminate Sexual Violence on Campus.Pre-conference workshop presented at NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Boyd, A., Ford, D., Leffall, A., Lott, C., & Simmons, D. (2018, February). Lighting the Path of Collaboration: Multi-Institution Co-Adjudication of a Title IX Case. Concurrent session presented at Association for Student Conduct Administration Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Florida.
  • Benson, C., Ford, D., Melendez, I., & Morehead, M. (2017, October). Building a Title IX Program from the Ground Up.Concurrent session presented at Texas Association of College and University Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas.
  • Harrell, K.A., & Leffall, A. (2018, April). But no one got hurt: Exploring hazing on a college campus. Presented at the Every Victim, Every Time Conference, Bryan, Texas.
  • Harrell, K.A., McClain, T., & Vogt, A. (2018, February). Town Hall: Student health and wellness (sexual violence).Presented at Conference on Student Government Associations, Houston, Texas.
  • McKoin, M., Meaningful and Effective Advocacy for Aging-out Youth. Co-presented with Voices for Children at the Annual Texas CASA Conference, Galveston, Texas.
  • Daggers, E., Cherry, C. & Malnar, M. (2017, June). New Student Conferences in Espanol.Presented at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education, Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Daggers, L. (2017, November). Supporting Families of First-Generation Students. Presented at the Association of Higher Education Parent & Family Programs Professionals Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas.
  • Daggers, L., Schaffler, M. (2017, November). Supporting Families of First Generation Students.Presented at the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Lott, C. & Shuglie, R. (2018, February). A New Way of Thinking: The Ladder of Inference. Concurrent session presented at Association for Student Conduct Administration Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Florida.

DSA Marketing & Communications, College Completion Grant, Texas A&M University – $15,000.

Sharon Mena

  • Executive Board, Texas Educational Support Staff Association
  • Chair, Membership Committee, South Central Area Educational Office Professionals
  • President, Brazos Valley Educational Support Staff Association
  • Secretary, Texas A&M Association of Professional Support Staff, 2015-2018

Dr. Daniel Pugh

  • Chair-Elect of Council for Student Affairs in the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
  • Historian for Southeastern Chief Student Affairs Officers (SECSAO).
  • Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Council on Student Affairs, Executive Committee (2016-2019) – Elected to three year term.
  • Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army (Brazos Valley).

Cindy Smith

  • Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate, Professional Development Department – Texas A&M, 2018.

Publications

  • Mena, S. (2017). Paraprofessionals Role in Student Success. National Association of Educational Office Professional NES Connector,82(4), 3-5.
  • Pugh, D. J., Sr., Smith, E. A., Tull, A., Harbin, J. J, & Kenner, A. S. (accepted). Legacy of the dean: A 40-year update on roles and assumptions of chief student affairs officers. College Student Affairs Journal.

Jason Kurten

  • Outstanding Collaboration Award, NODA, 2017.
  • Qualified Climbing Wall Worker Certification, Climbing Wall Association, 2017.

Anna Taggart

  • Fitness and Wellness Committee – NIRSA Triventure, 2016 – 2017.

Michael Waldron

  • Past President’s Representative for Member Network, NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation, 2017-2019.

Presentations

  • Kurten, J., & DeBrun, G. (2017, November). CWA Working at Height Standards: A Presentation and Discussion of Program Impacts.Presented at the AORE National Conference, Roanoke, Virginia.
  • Ceder, M., & Kurten, J. (2017, November). Outcomes & Assessment: Moving Beyond Participation and Satisfaction. Presented at the AORE National Conference, Roanoke, Virginia.
  • Kurten, J., & Carruth, A. (2017, November). Collaborative Orientation: Two Departments Joining Forces To Create an Outdoor Orientation Program. Presented at the AORE National Conference, Roanoke, Virginia.
  • Kurten, J., & Jones, P. (2018, February). CWA Working at Height Standards.Presented at the Texas Outdoor Leadership Conference, Huntsville, Texas.
  • Houston, G., Woosley, D., & Taggart, A. E. (2017, November). Group Extra: Maximizing Your Space for Future Programs and Facilities. Presented at NIRSA Triventure, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Taggart, A.E., Woosley, D., & Miller, S. (2017, November). Student’s Path to Success. NIRSA Triventure, Fitness & Wellness Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Michelle Alvarez

  • Student Sustainability Champion, Office of Sustainability, March 2018.

Carol Binzer

  • Staff Sustainability Champion, Office of Sustainability, 2018.
  • Member, Association of College & University Housing Officers-International Sustainability Committee

Kristianna Bowles

  • Water Bottle Filling Stations IV, Aggie Green Fund Grant, Texas A&M University, $40,000.
  • Inductee, Rho Phi Lambda, the National Honor Society for recreation, parks and tourism students and professionals, April 2018.

Brandon Carlson

  • Finance Committee Chair, Alumni Board of Directors, University of the Ozarks, 2017

Neha Chisty

  • RHA Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion ACE Student Programming Award, Diversi-Tees, 2018.

Dustin Grabsch

  • AFAM/Aggie Familia, DSA College Completion Grant, Texas A&M University – $12,500, 2017-2018.
  • Dustin Grabsch, Editorial Board Member, Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, NASPA, 2018 – 2021.
  • Dustin Grabsch, Co-chair, New Professionals & Graduate Students Community, NASPA, 2016 – 2018.
  • Level 1 Google Educator Certification, Google, 2017.

Maggie Guzman

  • Secretary, Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, 2017 – 2019.

Katelyn Kellogg

  • Supervisory Essentials, 2018

Dorothy Kopecek

  • Inaugural Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Spotlight Winner, 2018 SWACUHO Annual Conference.

Chad Lawhorn

  • Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Assessment Committee
  • Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Diversity and Inclusion Committee member

Sara McCoy

  • Editor, SWACUHO Newsletter, Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, 2018-present
  • Sara McCoy, Co-Chair, Newsletter & Communications Committee, Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, 2016-present

Kyle McCracken

  • Kyle McCracken, Chair- Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, Research, Assessment, & Information Committee, 2018
  • Kyle McCracken, Committee Member- ACUHO I Internship Committee
  • Applying and Leading Assessment in Student Affairs certificate, CSU MOOC, 2018.

Bonnie McDonough

  • Top 5 Program Award, SWACUHO Annual Conference, 2018.
  • Awards & Recognition Committee, Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, 2018-2019

Dan Mizer

  • Namesake Honor: The Dan Mizer Award for Excellence in Facilities Maintenance was established and announced at the Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers annual conference in March.

Nico Smith

  • Advisor for Entertainment, SWACURH Regional Business Conference – 2018
  • Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Assessment Committee, 2018

Jennifer Smith

  • Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace, 2018

Dana Stupka

  • Constructive Communication in the Workplace, 2018.

Gabrielle Tharp

  • Diversity and Social Justice Committee, Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, 2018-2019
  • Program Committee, Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers, 2018-2019
  • ED., Educational Administration with an emphasis in Student Affairs Adminstration and Higher Education, 2018.

Christine Thoorsell

  • Division of Student Affairs Award of Distinction, Texas A&M University, 2017.
  • Program Review Coordinator, ACUHO-I, 2018 Annual Conference & Exhibition

Carly Zeiger

  • Advisor of the Month, Texas A&M, NRHH, 2017.
  • Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Social Justice & Diversity Committee, 2018

Presentations

  • Bowles, K. (2018, March). Aggie Eco-Reps: Engaging Students in Sustainability Initiatives,Presented at the Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS) Conference, Stephenville, Texas.
  • Campbell, K.F. (2017, February). The Unicorn in the Room. Presented at the Southwest Association of College and University Housing Professionals, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Campbell, K.F. (2017, February). Diversity in the Media. Presented at the Southwest Association of College and University Housing Professionals, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Carlson, B. (2017, October). Finding your voice: Understanding otherness in sustainability education. Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Depue, C., Grabsch, D. K., & Moore, L. L. (2018). Developing predictive analytics to improve resident GPA. Program presented at the Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Guzman, M.K. & Pelton, K.D. (2018, February). So You want to be Mid-Level?Presented at the Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Guzman, M.K. & Pelton, K.D. (2018). It’s Not Just a Man’s World.Presented at the Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Guzman, M.K. (2018, February). Risk Management Roundtable.Presented at the Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Odle, C.L., Guzman, M.K., Gordon, D.R., Luna, E.E., & Thompson, A.J. (2018, February). A Future Beyond ResEd. Presented at the Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Hernandez, C., Crawford, T., Moore, L. L. & Grabsch, D. K. (2018). Faculty fellows programs: Bringing expertise together.Program presented at the NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored session by Academic Affairs Partnering with Student Affairs Knowledge Community.
  • Grabsch, D. K., Moore, L. L., Hernandez, C., Crawford, R., Roberts, D., & Natarajarathinam, M. (2018). Mind the Gap: Strategies for Bridging Student and Academic Affairs.Pre-conference presented at the NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hellman, P., Grabsch, D. K., Myricks, S., Allen, E., Woodruff, T., Pinkerton, C., & Matthews, B. (2018). A different kind of homecoming: Working at your alma mater as a new professional. Program presented at the NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored session by New Professionals and Graduate Students Knowledge Community.
  • Grabsch, D. K., Delgado, G., Ramirez, C., Conley, K., Savoy, W., Parks, K., & Jenkins, M. (2018). Professional competencies: Students determining professional development for #SApros.Program presented at the NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored session by Professional Standards Division.
  • McCoy, S.H. & Sommers, J. (2018, February). Sparking collaboration: How to get from the ask to the yes. Presented at the Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • McCracken, K. (2018, February). Lessons learned at ABD: Reflections of a housing professional. Presented at the Southwest Affiliate of College and University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • McCoy, S.H., Morris, J.D., McCracken, K. (2018, February) Creating a FACTION: More than a FYE. Presented at the Southwest Affiliate of College and University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • McDonough, B., Villars, B., & McCoy, S.H. (2018, February) More than Butts in Beds. Presented at the South West Association of University and Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Quiñones, B. & Siddiqui, A. (2018, March). Undocumented College Students: A Rubric for Institutional Support. Presented at the ACPA College Student Educators International Conference, Houston, Texas.
  • Sommers, J. (2018, February). The 10 things I learned my first year as a professional.Presented at the Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers Annual Conference, San Marcos, Texas.
  • Thoorsell, C. & Ulf, E. (2017, June) Hollywood Game Night, Res Life Edition. Presented at the Annual Conference & Exhibition for the Association of College and University Housing Officers, Providence, Rhode Island.
  • Thoorsell, C. (2017, July). Using StarRez to Track Concerning Student Behavior. Presented at the 2017 StarRez Global Users Conference, Bellevue, Washington.
  • Woods, C.J. & Binzer, C.D. (2017, June). Empowering Responses: A Multilayered Approach to Incidents of Campus Racism. Presented at the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity, Ft. Worth, Texas.
  • Woods, C.J. & Binzer, C.D. (2018, April). Empowering Responses: A Multilayered Approach to Incidents of Campus Racism. Re-Presented as part of the Texas A&M Enhancing Diversity Series.

Publications

  • Muller, K., Grabsch D. K., & Moore, L. L. (2018). Factors influencing student affairs professionals’ attainment of professional competencies. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.55(1): 54-64. doi: 10.1080/19496591.2017.1345755.
  • Grabsch, D. K., Hill, L., Dana, M., Moore, L. L., & Robinson, T. (2018, March). Using community cultural wealth: An asset-based approach to persistence of on-campus Black and Latino students. Conference preceding at the NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
  • McCoy, S.H. (2018). Engage with SWACUHO through social media. SWACUHO Pre-Conference Newsletter(38).
  • McCoy, S.H. (2018). Tips for submitting job applications. SWACUHO Pre-Conference Newsletter(44-45).
  • Moore, L. L., Grabsch, D. K., & Hernandez, C. (2018, March). Student research team in student affairs: Documenting integrated learning through reflection. Conference preceding at the NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Sommers, J. (2017). SWACUHO-U 2017. Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers Newsletter, (18-21). Denton TX: Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers.

Bruce Brown

  • Venture Camp: Leadership, Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University, $8,000.

Kalyn Cavazos

  • Texas Aggie Graduate Grant, College of Education & Human Development, Texas A&M University, $3,000.
  • Marketing, Media & Technology Co-Chair, NASPA Region III Summer Symposium, 2016-2017.
  • Programs Co-Chair, NASPA Region III Summer Symposium, 2017 – 2018.
  • Marketing Committee Member, Texas Association of College & University Personnel Administrators, 2016-2017.
  • Region III National Representative, Student Government Knowledge Community, NASPA, 2017-2019.
  • Retreat Co-Chair, Student Activities Department Retreat Planning Committee, 2017-2019.
  • Member, Aggie Wranglers Scholarship Review Committee, Fall 2017.
  • Member, 2018 Fish Camp Namesake Review Committee, 2017-2018.
  • Basic Medication Conflict Management Certification, Texas A&M, 2017

Sade Dawson

  • Uniting Divine Sistahs (UDS)” Program/Course Leadership Retreat, The Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University, $2,000.
  • Fostering Thriving Among Potential and Current National Pan-Hellenic Students, DSA College Completion Grant, Texas A&M University, $15,000.
  • Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club (DGC) Black Male Leadership Excursion, ACE: Accountability, Climate and Equity Grant, Texas A&M University, $5,000.
  • Chair Inclusion Committee, Department of Student Activities, Texas A&M University, 2017-2018.

Shante Hearst

  • Pan African Network Awards Co-Chair, ACPA, 2017-2018
  • Annual Meeting Educational Programs Committee, AFA, 2017-2018.

Greg Fink

  • Traditions Inclusion Initiative (2nd Year), DSA College Completion Grant, Texas A&M University, $15,000.

Dylan Murray

  • HROE, Fundamentals of Office Adminstration, 2017.

Donna Lee Sullins

  • Innovation in Extended Orientation Award, NODA, 2017.
  • Broze Excellence Award in Athletics, Recreation, Physical Fitness, Non-Varsity Sports, and related, NASPA, 2018.

Jay Skye

  • Director of Undergraduate Relations of Corazones Unidos Siempre, Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc., 2017-2019

Presentations

  • Atzmon, T., & Fink, G. (2017, November). Traditions Inclusion Initiative: Understanding the perceptions and experiences of historically underrepresented groups on campus.Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference, Houston, Texas.
  • Fink,G., & Gravelle, C. (2018, March). You have big shoes to fill: Navigating transitions in a changing environment. Presented at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bazner, K., & Cavazos, K. (2017, May). The social construction of prestige: The discourse of meritocracy in named awards in professional societies of higher education. Presented at National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, Ft. Worth, Texas.
  • Sullins, D.L., Sullins, A., & Cavazos, K. (2018, March).  Choices in the What, Where, and How of Doctoral Pursuit. Presented at American College Personnel Association Annual Conference, Houston, Texas.
  • Carruth, A., & Kurten, J. (2017, November). Collaborative orientation: Two departments joining forces to create an outdoor orientation program. Presented at the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Edwards, S., & Carruth, A. (2017, November). Collaborative achievements: How two student affairs departments joined forces to program a new outdoor extended orientation program. Presented at the NODA Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Sullins, D. L. (2018, March). Fish Camp boldly re-imagined for new audiences.Presented at the meeting of the ACPA Annual Conference in Houston, Texas.
  • Sullins, D. L. (2017, December). Building on tradition: Creating new programs from existing legacies. Presented at the meeting of the NODA Extended Orientation Institute Athens, Georgia.
  • Jacoby, K. J., & Sullins, D. L. (2017, December). Navigating the chaos of college life: Intentional learning for extended orientation student leaders(full-conference showcase). Presented at the meeting of the NODA Extended Orientation Institute Athens, Georgia.
  • Turpin, C., Johnston, D. T., & Sullins, D. L. (2017, December). Running with scissors: A discussion on risk management (full-conference showcase). Presented at the meeting of the NODA Extended Orientation Institute Athens, Georgia.
  • Sullins, D. L. (2017, November). The experiences of students of color transitioning to a PWI(endorsed by the Multicultural Network). Presented at the meeting of the NODA Annual Conference Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Hearst, S., & Johnson, M.W. (2017, November). You Don’t Even Go Here! Developing Healthy Alumni Relationships.Presented at the Elevate Fraternal Leadership Conference, Houston, Texas.
  • Gravelle, C., & Lowe, I. (2017, December). Building resilience through emotional intelligence practices. Presented at the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Shehane, M., Gravelle, C., & Sullivan, T. (2017, December). Parents, PhDs, and professionals: Navigating multiple identities to survive and flourish.Presented at the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Gravelle, C. & Fink, G. (2018, March). You have big shoes to fill: Navigating transitions in a changing environment.Presented at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Woodruff, T., Perez, M., Shehane, M., & Gravelle, C. (2018, March). The LID model: Applications for intentionally developing and assessing student leaders. Presented at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Woodruff, T., & Gerken, H.  (2017). Enhancing your leadership curriculum and assessment plan for big results. Presented at the TACUSPA Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas.
  • Hellman, P., Grabsch, D., Allen, E., Matthews, B., Myricks, S., Pinkerton, C., & Woodruff, T.  (2018). A different kind of homecoming: Working at your alma mater as a new professional. Presented at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Perez, M., Woodruff, T. Bailey, K., Peck -Parrott, K., & Shehane, M. R. (2018). Strong women: May we know them, be them, & raise them through community mentorship. Presented at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Woodruff, T. (2018).Learning to adapt and thrive on college campuses:  Examining student veteran motivation using self-determination theory. Scholarly paper presented at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Publications

  • Hearst, S. (2017). The Sorority Woman. In A. Fischette, To: The Ambitious, From: The Experienced: 26 Letters on Leadership(46-50). San Bernardino, CA: Paddle Boar Printing.
  • Martinez, X. & Skye, J. A. (2017, November). Our nonbinary voices on binary realities & our changing future. Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Essentials E-Publication.

Megan Bond

  • A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Sam Houston State University, 2017.
  • Licensed Professional Counselor Intern Licensure, 2017

Iris Carrillo

  • Phyllis R. Frye Advocacy Award, Texas A&M University, 2018.

Mary Ann Covey

  • John D. Black Award for Outstanding Achievement, Society of Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association, 2018.
  • President, American Psycology Board, 2018 – 2020.

Jason Hindman

  • Secretary, American Academy of Counseling Psychology, 2017-Current.

Jun-chin Gisela Lin

  • Fellow, Society of Counseling Psychology, American Psychology Association, 2017 (elected Spring 2016).
  • Fellow Committee, Society of Counseling Psychology, American Psychological Association, Fall 2016-2019.
  • Area Chair of Texas, The International Council of Psychologists, Inc., September 2016-Feburary 2018.

Danielle Pompili

  • Licensed professional counselor, 2018.

Presentations

  • Culpepper, M., De La Garza, K., & Smith, B. (2017, July). Building Resilience & Self-Worth Through Group. Presented at the American College Counseling Association Summer Symposium, Denton, Texas.
  • Eaton, M., & Elizabeth, LCSW. (2018, January). Self Compassion in Veterinary Medicine and Life. Presented at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine Professional Development Seminar, College Station, Texas.
  • Hindman, J. (2017, June). Creative Applications of a Use-of-Self Model in Clinical Supervision. Presented at the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision, Garden City, New York.
  • Lin, J.C.G. (2017, August). Journey from international student to fellow: I did it and so can you.Invited fellow address for the Society of Counseling Psychology presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • Lin, J.C.G. (2017, August). Training a culturally competent bilingual counselor: Challenges and rewards. In Lin, J. C. G., & Choi, C. C. (Co-Chairs), Providing culturally competent services and training – Working with international students and trainees. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Publications

  • Lease, S. H., Ingram, C., & Brown, E. L.. (2018). Stress and health outcomes: Do meaningful work and physical activity help? Journal of Career Development.Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0894845317741370
  • Covey, M.A. & Keller, K.J. (2018). Ethical issues in providing mental health services to college students. In M.M. Leach & E. R. Welfel (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Applied Psychological Ethics (pp. 47-69). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press

Catharyn Schmidtke

  • CIC, Certification in Infection Control from the Certification Board for Infection Control and Epidemiology, October 2017.

Presentations

  • Barigian, A. (2017, June). Marketing a Campus Health Center: Lessons Learned from Years of Experience. Presented at the American College Health Association National Meeting, Austin, Texas.
  • Golub, P. (2017, June). Generational Differences: Communicating with College Students as a Health Care Provider.Presented at the American College Health Association National Meeting, Austin, Texas
  • Golub, P. (2017, October). Communicating with Generation Z. Presented at the Healthy Campus Summit, University of South Carolina, South Carolina.

Kelly Cox

  • Coach of the Year, The Maroon & White Leadership Program, 2018.
  • Online Learning Community Content Development Committee, NASPA, 2017-2018.

Darby Roberts

  • Member, Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Knowledge Community, NASPA, 2017-2018.

Barb Schumacher

  • Brazos Valley Educational Support Staff Association, affiliate of the Texas Educational Support Staff Association, DSA Professional Development Grant Award, Texas A&M University, $50.
  • Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certification, Texas A&M University Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness, September 2017.

Eric Webb

  • Tableau Desktop Qualified Associate, October 2017.

Presentation

  • Cox, K., & Roberts, D. M. (2017, May). Assessment Techniques in Student Affairs: Documenting your effectiveness.Webinar presented for WEAVEonline.
  • Cox, K., & Brown, W. (2017, June). Assessing Student Learning through Student Employment.Webinar presented for a Structured Conversation by Student Affairs Assessment Leaders.
  • Cox, K. (2017, June). Reflections on Student Involvement: A Comprehensive Co-Curricular Approach.Presented at the NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Cox, K., & Salazar, T. (2017, June). One Size Does Not Fit All: Scale, culture, and organization alter how effectiveness is measured in similar extended orientation programs. Presented at the NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference. Orlando, Florida.
  • Cox, K., Fox-Forrester, S., & Roberts, D. M. (2017, June). Assessment 1.skill building: Creating an effective assessment boot camp. Presented at the NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Ackerlind, S., & Roberts, D. M. (2017). Calling all directors of division assessment.NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Ackerlind, S., & Roberts, D. M. (2017). Engage with the Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Knowledge Community. NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Bono, T., Franklin, W., & Roberts, D. M. (2017). Tips for you assessment and persistence toolbox. Invited plenary panelist, NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Cox, K., & Roberts, D. M. (2017). Assessment skill building: Creating an effective assessment boot camp.NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Stewart, J., Roberts, D. M., Acklerlind, S., & Harbin, J. (2018). Effective assessment strategies for non-traditional student populations. NASPA, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Grabsch, D., Moore, L. L., Roberts, D. M., Hernandez, C., Crawford, K., & Shehane, M. (2018). Mind the gap: Strategies for bridging student and academic affairs.NASPA, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Biddix, J. P., Bourke, B. Henning, G. W., Keppler, K. J., Norman, E. M., Osteen, L, Roberts, D. M., Wawrzynski, M. R., & Johnson, H. (2018).Becoming a student affairs researcher: A session for practitioners. NASPA, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Roberts, D. M., & Henning, G. W. (2018). Higher Ed Live Contested Issues Debate: Quantitative research is superior to qualitative research. ACPA, Houston, Texas.

Gerald Smith

  • Representative, NASPA Region III Veteran Knowledge Community, 2018 – 2020.
  • Board Member (Membership Chair), Council for Colleges and Military Education, 2018 – 2020.

Presentations

  • Smith, G.L., & Freeman, D. (2018, February). Fundraising 101: Tactics, Techniques, and Tips for Campus Veteran Service Professionals. Presented at NASPA Veteran Symposium, New Orleans, LA.
  • Smith, G.L., & Cambronero, K. (2018, March). Building Bridges and Foundations for Success: The Art of Military Admissions. Presented at CCME Annual Symposium, San Diego, California.
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