Foto Friday: One Year after Traverse City

This week’s photos are a small collection from my time in Traverse City last year with many of my fellow cohorts for our Law, Ethics and Policy Course. It was a ton of fun and we learned a lot not only about the course topic but each other as well.

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Courtesy of Brian D. Proffer

I’m so proud that all of us are now graduated or soon-to-be graduated and are moving into the next phase of our professional journey. Some of have begun their first full time positions while others are moving onto their third or fourth position, but have advanced in the higher ed hierarchy. Still others are continuing on to doctoral programs or staying in their current positions but enhancing their students’ experience with the knowledge and perspective that the program has provided them. Either way, I’m proud to be able to say I got to know these awesome peeps last summer and am so proud of everyone for all their successes from the past year! Miss you all and can’t wait until we all can meet up (ACPA15?? NASPA15??) and catch up!

Until next time

Peace, Love and Pandas!

Published by Brian

I am currently the Assistant Director of Student Life for Registered Student Organizations and Late-Night Programming at Michigan State University. After earning my B.A. from the University of Michigan-Flint, I entered the Student Affairs profession. After a few years in the field, I returned to school and earned my M.A. in Educational Leadership-Higher Education Student Affairs from Eastern Michigan University. In my spare time I blog about my thoughts and musings on current issues in higher education, student affairs, digital worlds, identity development and general life inspirations and observations. I also volunteer a lot for my fraternity and multiple regional and national professional associations.

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