Yoga for Advisors - Jennifer Payne, University of Mississippi
By connecting breath to movement, advisors can relieve stress and be more present in their professional and personal lives. Video may be viewed as you have available time.
Eat and Engage - Ariane Berends, Leiden University (Moderator); Time: 7 am CDT LIVE Event - requires Zoom registration here.
Join other members of NACADA, UKAT, and LVSA over a cup of coffee, a bite to eat, or just to take a quick break! This is a time to take a break and hang out with colleagues we may not get to see as often as we’d like. Today's guiding question is: What successes have you had this past year? How have you celebrated them? Think professionally AND personally!
Celebrating the Profession of Advising During the Pandemic Symposium - Ariane Berends, Leiden University (Moderator); Kiana Shiroma, University of Hawaii Manoa; Wendy G. Troxel, Kansas State University; Kathryn Woods, University of London; Edna Renee Macbeth, Virginia Commonwealth University; Di Dingman, Indiana University; Kacey Gregerson and Jake Rudy, University of Minnesota; Olivia Miller, University of Kansas; Liz Sutton, University of Pennsylvania; and Chanda Walter, South Dakota State University; Time: 1 pm CDT
In this live, one-hour event, a panel of presenters will address the topics of Current Affairs in Advising Research, Advising Philosophy, and Self-care and Wellbeing of the advisor. After the panel mini-presentations, you will be able to discuss the topic of your choice with the presenters and colleagues in breakout rooms. Symposium handout available here.
Scavenger Hunt Game - Felecia Russell, Jackson State University; Time: 2 pm CDT LIVE Event - requires Zoom registration here.
Kick-start your heart with this face-paced game! You will be on the run trying to find specific items before your fellow advisors find them.
Winner - Margaret Mbindyo, Millersville University
Self Care Art Activity, Doodling - John Sauter, Niagara University; Richelle Brown, Freelancer; Wendy Schindler, Northern Kentucky University; Karin Readel, University of Illinois; and Heidi Purdy, Michigan State University Time: 3pm CDT LIVE Event - requires Zoom registration here.
Doodling is art at its purest without the need for perfection. Whether you sketch in your margins, for relaxation, or use it to help with concentration, doodling is a great self-care activity. Join advisor/artists for some relaxing guided activities: nature doodling, digital doodling, emotion/thought based characters, pen & ink techniques, found object drawing.
- Pencil - Sharp or mechanical (Eraser a bonus)
- Pen - Any pen is fine (one with flat ink may be easier than a ball-point pen)
- Paper - Nothing fancy required as you can doodle on anything
- Interesting Objects - Anything that you have lying around your work space
- Other art supplies are welcome, but not required.
Check your area's time with this time zone converter.