Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention and Awareness Sunday, October 2, 2016
Thank you for supporting our advisors who participated in the Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention and Awareness in 2015. We had 11 walkers and raised $425.
Once again, the Bloomington Academic Advising Council is sponsoring a team to walk in the sixth Annual Bloomington Community Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk, run under the auspices of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This year’s walk takes place on October 2 at 2:00, here on the IU Bloomington campus. You can join the team through the BAAC Walkers team page. If you would just like to make a donation, you can do so by selecting one of the participants on the Roster and then clicking donate.
Each participant who raises $150 will get one of those fabulous t-shirts. Please consider joining us this year and/or supporting us in this fabulous cause!
BAAC Outstanding New Advisor Award
The BAAC has created an outstanding New Advisor Award to recognize new IUB academic advisors. The award will be presented to the BAAC Outstanding New Advisor at the Fall 2016 BAAC meeting. For more information please see the Outstanding New Advisor Award Criteria.
Congratulations to Connie Hanson
University Division advisor and winner of the NACADA Outstanding Advising Award-Primary Advising Role Award and the BAAC 2016 Terri Nation Award Winner.
Congratulations to Mark Hurley
Director of Advising for the College of Arts and Sciences (and past president of BAAC), winner of the NACADA Region 5
Excellence in Advising - Advising Adminsitrator Award.
IUB Advisors in attendance at NACADA Annual Conference in Las Vegas, October 4-7 2015
IUB was represented by 10 advisors from several units. They had a great time learning more about advising best practices and networking with advising professionals from around the country.