A word cloud of my Reports Worth Reading article.
08 May 2015

Reports Worth Reading: What I Learned in Phase 1

“I like this idea of giving a human face to reports by making them an experience-sharing vehicle, rather than an admin ordeal.” — Françoise Soria,

Lucas Gobert 1
It's time to start thinking about our reports differently. Put the storytelling into our reflections.
04 May 2015

Reports Worth Reading: An Introduction

In Student Affairs, we all deal in the reflection process, almost on a daily basis. It’s intrinsic to the very work we do; it is

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Opening remarks at ConFab Higher Ed 2014
22 Apr 2015

ConFab Higher Ed 2014: Conference Reflection

Last November, Dear Reader, I attended the ConFab Higher Ed 2014 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Going in, I had very little idea what to expect

Lucas Gobert 0
06 Feb 2015

Staff Spotlight: Donica Willis

Welcome to Staff Spotlight, where we give the members of #RyersonSA the opportunity to discuss everything from their own approach to the industry to their

Donica Willis 0
29 Jan 2015

Staff Spotlight: Tesni Ellis

Welcome to Staff Spotlight, where we give the members of #RyersonSA the opportunity to discuss everything from their own approach to the industry to their

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07 Jan 2015

We’re Already There

As I’ve written before, I am still navigating my transition from full-time grad student to young professional. My time in Portland, Oregon at the High

Tesni Ellis 1
13 Nov 2014

Beautiful & Consumable Design: The Struggle is Real

I travelled to Los Angeles, California in the beginning of October to attend the Adobe Max Creativity Conference, an opportunity of professional development that lead

Donica Willis 1
24 Sep 2014

Actionable Insights: #SAFC14

As a rookie to Student Affairs, I knew that I had a lot to learn. I was fortunate enough to attend CACUSS in my first

Troy Murray 0
19 Aug 2014

Actionable Insights from #PSEWEB

Jumping head first into my new role in the Ryerson Student Affairs Creative Unit has been an experiment in daily growth and challenges. I was,

Tesni Ellis 1