Bloomington Advisors Council

News

Krystie Herndon recently had an article "The Importance of Advising Undergraduates in the Humanities" published in The Mentor. Congratulations!!

K Herndon

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Are you interested in becoming more involved with BAAC? Consider volunteering for a BAAC committee. We have openings on the Membership Recognition Committee and the Public Relations and Communications Committee. Read more about the ways you can participate in either committee and how to get involved.

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Read BAAC President William E. Smith III's BAAC Year in Review

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Congratulations to the Bloomington Academic Advising Council
2015 Terri Nation Outstanding Academic Advisor
Alfreda Clegg, School of Education

Alfreda Clegg

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2015 Guidelines for posting information to the BAAC Listserv

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NACADA Outstanding New Advisor
Certificate of Merit Award Winner

Shannon Stryjewski, School of Public Health

S Stryjewski



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Events

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BAAC Fall Meeting
September 22, 2015
1:30-4:00 PM
Frangipani Room (IMU)
Please complete the survey moneky registration

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Upcoming Professional Development Events

Managing Techonology in Advising
October 20th 12:10-1:00 PM

Managing Stress in Advising
November 17th 12:10-1:00 PM

Applying to Prestigious Awards
December 15th 12:10-1:00 PM

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2015 Out of the Darkness Walk
October 4th


Thank you for supporting our advisors who walked for the
Out of Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention and Awareness

Suicide Prevention walk

We had 18 participants and raised over $500! Consider joining with the BAAC advisors this fall!

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2014-15 BAAC Professional Development Certificate Program

Congratulations to all of the advisors who completed the 2014-15 BAAC Professional Development Certificate Program.

The BAAC Professional Development Program is designed to provide national-caliber professional development training to IU professional academic advisors at no cost to the advisors. The Program will provide monthly on-campus professional development during the lunch hour. Each advisor who attends FIVE or more program events will receive a certificate of completion and acknowledgement letter sent to the advisor's supervisor. The requirements for the BAAC Professional Development Certificate have recently been amended. Click here for the approved guidelines.

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