Assistant Professor, Department of Leadership, Research, and Foundations Coordinator, Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) program College of Education
2016-2017 Ethics Project
Promote ethics education within the SAHE program to prepare students to be ethical leaders in higher education, as well as with student affairs professionals state-wide. This project will include use of my role as the Faculty Representative with the College Personnel Association of Colorado (CPAC), a state division of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA), one of the two leading professional associations for the student affairs profession.
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Dr. Patricia Witkowsky was awarded the Quality Matters certification (as of fall 2016 only 16 course have received this certification in the CU system) for her online course LEAD 5260 College Student Development Theories.
Dr. Patricia Witkowsky will receive a Global Intercultural Research Center Seed Grant for her project entitled "Experiences of U.S.-Trained Student Affairs Professionals Working in Higher Education Institutions Abroad". Dr. Witkowsky will use the findings from her study to inform student affairs graduate preparation programs in the U.S. and to apply for additional funding related to global intercultural education.