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CAHSS Students Place 2nd in the Case Study Competition at 2018 NASPA FL Drive In Conference

https://nsunews.nova.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Harlena-Munnings-Isa-Ramirez-and-Hope-Swaim-CSA-Case-Study-Team.

Harlena-Munnings, Isa-Ramirez and Hope-Swaim CSA-Case-Study-Team.

Three graduate students from NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) were awarded 2nd Place in the Case Study Competition at the 2018 NASPA Florida Drive-In Conference. NASPA is a professional association for Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.  The conference was hosted by Valencia College in Orlando. The NSU team included Harlena Munnings, Isa Ramirez, and Hope Swaim. They are working on their master’s degrees in College Student Affairs (CSA) in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies. NASPA is a leading professional association for those in college student affairs.

The team received a case and had to present a solution to a panel of judges. The case involved racial tension and a large conflict involving a student feuding with a professor. The CSA program from its inception has included courses in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from the Department of Conflict Resolution Studies (DCRS). This makes the program unique and contributes significantly to its success. The team also won the Innovation and Social Justice Award.