West Virginia State Workshop
Join us for the 6th Annual West Virginia State Workshop. This year the workshop will be hosted virtually during the week of June 1, 2020.
If you are interested in taking part in the workshop, please fill out the interest form below to stay up to date on the latest details. More information regarding the schedule will be distributed following the Presentation Proposal Deadline on May 15th. Registration is free, and conference sessions will be taking place online.Interest Form
|9:30 AM||Coffee Hour|
|10:00 AM||NIRSA 101
|1:00 PM||Roundtable: COVID-19 (Facility and Practice Based)|
|3:30 PM||How Your Job in Campus Rec Can Help Secure Your Future
|10:00 AM||How the Student Recreation Building has Become the Focus of Campus
|1:00 PM||Roundtable: Student Staff Development During COVID-19|
|10:00 AM||Kenobi School of Mentorship: How the Death of Me Leads to Us
|1:00 PM||Roundtables: Program Specific (Sports, Fitness & Wellness, Aquatics, etc.)|
|3:30 PM||Tools and Strategies for Giving and Receiving Feedback
|10:00 AM||Big Ideas, Tiny Resources
|1:00 PM||Roundtable: Recovering and Transitioning Away from COVID-19|
|9:30 AM - Coffee Hour|
Description: While the Workshop will be virtual, we still wanted
to provide the opportunity to gather together and socialize. Bring your coffee,
tea, or breakfast and start your day with us. This will be an informal opportunity
to network and reconnect with one another.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/94505913845
|10:00 AM - NIRSA 101|
Presenters: Emily Murphy of West Virginia University & Rachel
Gwilliams of Marshall University
Description: This presentation will outline what NIRSA is, including: it's history, governance, values, development/leadership opportunities and resources, as well as regional and state components. It is essential for both member and non-member students to gain an understanding of the working parts of the association and what it has to offer; we are hopeful that in the explanation of what NIRSA is, more students will likely want to be involved at some capacity.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/96976146768
|1:00 PM - Roundtable: COVID-19 Facilities, Practices, and Reopening|
Presenters: Mike Weaver of Marshall University Sam Hearn of Mylan
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/93572549097
|3:30 PM - How Your Job in Campus Rec Can Help Secure Your Future|
Presenters: Corrine Pruett, Stephanie Calhoun of West Virginia University, Jonathan Sanders of Marshall University & Zack Sephton of Queens University
Description: After becoming familiar with the NACE Competencies attendees will identify ways that they have reached, or ways to develop, each competence through the completion of various activities and guided discussions.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/94734144652
|10:00 AM - How the Student Recreation Building has Become the Focus of Campus|
Presenter: Robin Yeager and Spencer Flanagan of Fairmont State University
Description: The student Falcon Center is a multi-functional building on Fairmont State University campus. It serves as both the student recreation center, student union building where all dining occurs and conference services is housed. The Falcon Center offers a recreation facility for our students as well as hosting many internal and external events including fitness classes, leagues, camps, Student Life activities, Robotics, Weddings, concerts, conferences, etc. It is a process to schedule and accommodate all events that occur year round in the facility and not displace the student body. This presentation will share how recreational professionals can manage their leadership roles and prioritize the various needs of a college community all wanting to utilize the Falcon Center.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/92049097510
|1:00 PM - Roundtable: Student Staff Development During COVID-19|
Presenters: Corrine Pruett of West Virginia University Jonathan
Sanders of Marshall University
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/93934571502
|3:30 PM - Presentation|
|10:00 AM - Kenobi School of Mentorship: How the Death of Me Leads to Us|
Presenters: David Gaskins of George Mason University, Dana Lopez
of Wake Forest University, Chelsea Phipps of UNC-Greensboro, Shomari Kee
of Northern Kentucky, & Justin Waters of East Carolina University
Description: This will be a panel presentation and will explore the topics of relationships, mentoring, and student development and provide insight into the relationships and mentors that shaped their careers and explore how they have given back to the profession by mentoring others. Panelists will be asked a variety of questions about their own personal experience with being mentored and what it meant to them, their theories and approaches to mentoring as professionals, the nature of mentoring relationships, having tough conversations, and providing safe space and support in those relationships. This session is designed for both students and professionals and will be a fun and interactive presentation that will highlight one of the true hallmarks of NIRSA - that of caring professionals and student development at its finest.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/94892416069
|1:00 PM - Roundtables: Program Specific (Sports, Fitness & Wellness, Aquatics)|
Sports Programming During COVID-19: Max Miller of Swarthmore
College and Tina Mascaro of Fairmont State University
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/93783273071?pwd=bHZ3UnR1N1BEZ01hc2dNUlNZY0VuUT09
Fitness and Wellness Programming During COVID-19: Spencer Flanagan of Fairmont State University Corey Buck of Marshall University
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/93134300225?pwd=R3cyN0xtV1VITVJNeVV0NCtWRjlrdz09
Aquatics Programming During COVID-19: Jennifer Lainhart of Mylan Park
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/99513526359?pwd=RmlOOVBhdWNHZFVNRzB5M3QzLzlwdz09
|3:30 PM - Tools and Strategies for Giving and Receiving Feedback|
Presenter: Sam Iatarola of Marshall University
Description: Regardless of the setting, giving and receiving feedback effectively is an essential skill. This workshop will provide tips and tricks to giving and receiving feedback. During the workshop, attendees will have a chance to sharpen how they give feedback, and will take away feedback strategies and applicable tools for communicating intentionally.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/94582456427
|10:00 AM - Big Ideas, Tiny Resources|
Presenter: Matt Levy of Shenandoah University
Description: The presentation will highlight some creative programming that can be done with limited resources. Limited resources do not just refer to money. We will provide attendees with some creative ways to look at scheduling shared-use facility space, collaborating with campus partners, using non-traditional spaces to run programs, and utilizing student workers to fill the roles that may be occupied by full-time employees on other campuses. This presentation will focus mainly on small school programs but may be applicable to larger-scale programs as well.
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/98061301693
|1:00 PM - Roundtable: Recovering and Transitioning Away from COVID-19|
Presenter: Bob Gough of College of William & Mary
Zoom Link: https://wvu.zoom.us/j/99677050827
Comments on any of the presentations? Please fill out the Survey Below.Presentation Attendee Survey
For any event related questions or if you are in need of additional info, please reach out to Chris Schmoldt at firstname.lastname@example.org.