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MTI Lunch | Division of Student Affairs<br><span style="color: #993300;">A Brief Overview of Student Development Theory</span>

Dr. Jody Donovan, Dean of Students, Division of Student Affairs
Free Catered luncheon workshop. Do you ever wonder why students behave certain ways? Have you noticed differences between first year students and graduating senior students? Did you know there is a vast body of knowledge about how students change when they go to college and how student affairs professionals can impact that change?

Student Development Theory provides a foundation for understanding student behavior and can prove helpful when challenging and supporting students in and out of the classroom. Individuals can spend years studying all of the theories in an in-depth manner, but you can join us for a brief overview of Student Development Theory. A little knowledge will go a long way toward effectively helping students become self-aware, respectful of others, responsible, ethical, purposeful and well-equipped to successfully engage in a global society.

RSVP: Attendance is limited to 25. Pre-registration is required.
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Dates and Times:
February 13, 2012 12 PM - 1 PM
Lory Student Center – Room 213/215
Learn More:
David mcKelfresh, 970.491.4722, David.McKelfresh@ColoState.edu