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How to Stay Sane as a Dean or VP

By E.L. Farrington

It’s hard enough to stay sane in any job. But when your job involves balancing budgets and answering to students, parents, faculty and the president, it’s a recipe for insanity. Five deans and VPs shared their tips for balancing it all in a session entitled “Dean (and VP) Dementia: Staying Sane in a Crazy Job” at the NASPA conference in Philadelphia in May.

They were: Dr. Jeanine Ward-Roof, dean of students at Florida State University; Donna A. Lee, VP and dean of students at Agnes Scott College GA; Dr. Jen Day Shaw, assistant VP at the University of Florida; Aaron Fetrow, VP of student affairs at Guilford College NC and Gene Zdziarski II, VP of student services and dean of students at Roanoke College VA.

Continued at: http://www.wihe.com/displayNews.jsp?id=32441

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