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Get involved in SWACUHO by joining a committee! Browse each committee and find a place YOU fit in! All of the committees listed are integral to the success of SWACUHO. Ask any veteran, getting involved on a committee is one of the best professional development experiences you can get!

CHO STEERING COMMITTEE
PLACEMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE
DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
HOST COMMITTEE
RECOGNITION AND AWARDS
MID-LEVEL ADMINISTRATION
RESEARCH, ASSESSMENT, & INFORMATION
NEWSLETTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
TIME AND PLACE COMMITTEE

[CHO STEERING COMMITTEE]

The CHO Committee encourages greater involvement and facilities issues of concern to Chief Housing Officers within SWACUHO.

The committee coordinates the CHO workshop held each fall, the CHO roundtable breakfast held at the annual conference, and forwards feedback on key issues to the Executive Board of SWACUHO.


Chair:
Jill Eckardt
Texas Woman's University
jeckardt@twu.edu


[DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE]

The Diversity Committee ensures that an environment exists within the region that is positive, equitable. Respectful, educational, and supportive of people regardless of their national origin, race, color, religion, gender, age, ethnicity, physical ability sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background.

The committee serves as a resource for programs and articles, awards and recognition for achievements in supporting diversity, conducts regional research, and develops strategies to encourage greater diversity representation in the region.

Chair:

Annette Sawadogo

Texas Tech University
annette.sawadogo@ttu.edu



[EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS COMMITTEE]

The Exhibits and Displays Committee works closely with our vendors to create an exhibits & display area at the annual conference with institutional and commercial exhibits which are useful and informative to the SWACUHO membership.


Chair:

Andrea Allan

Universtiy of Arkansas

swacuhoed@gmail.com

 

[HOST COMMITTEE]
The Host Committee has the responsibility for providing all of the arrangements required to successfully provide for the well-being and welfare of delegates attending the annual conference and mid-year planning sessions of the association.


A host institution is generally chosen two years in advance by the Executive Committee at the annual meeting following the review of bid presentations by all interested parties. Host Committee responsibilities generally include: providing a relevant conference theme; designing a conference logo; providing housing accommodations; securing appropriate meeting room reservations; registration and related promotional efforts; provision for banquet meals, coffee breaks and the annual business luncheon; transportation arrangement recommendations and coordination; clerical and hospitality services.

2018 Co-Chair:

Kyle Estes

Texas State University

kyle.estes@txstate.edu



[MID-LEVEL ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE]

The Mid-Level Committee offers professional development and networking opportunities for mid-level administrators (such as area coordinators, assistant and associate directors).

In addition to a mid-level roundtable breakfast at the annual conference, the committee works to expand mid-level opportunities such as establishing workshops, social events, and soliciting presentations from mid-level staff for the annual conference.


 

Chair:
Brandi Bowen
University of Texas - Arlington
bbowen@exchange.uta.edu

 

[NEWSLETTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS]

The Newsletter and Communications Committee gathers and distributes information to member institutions. The committee compiles newsletters; contacts member schools to request updated  information and to solicit articles. This committee provides information about SWACUHO and its  membership to other organizations.

Co-Chair: (Newsletters)
Jenise Wooten

Texas Tech University

jenise.wooten@ttu.edu 

    

Co-Chair: (Social Media)

Sara Hazel Harrison

Texas A&M University

sara_harrison@housing.tamu.edu



[PLACEMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE]

The Placement Services Committee is responsible for providing an organized system of bringing candidates and potential employers together. The committee also works to maintain job announcements that occur within housing and food service areas via the SWACUHO web page.

This committee also works cooperatively with the SWACUHO Newsletter Editor to publish position announcements that occur within housing and food services at member institutions. Click here to learn about year-round employment opportunities and placement services at the annual conference.


Chair:

Scott Cooke
Placement
Texas Tech University
scott.cooke@ttu.edu


[PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE]

Established to promote staff development and training opportunities and for entry level residence life professionals, this committee coordinates the New Professionals Institute (SWACUHO-U) held in the fall. The committee also facilitates the New Professionals’ Case Study Competition at the annual conference.

Co-Chair: (Case Study Competition)
Kaytie Farrell

University of Texas at Dallas

kaytie.farrell@utdallas.edu

     

Co-Chair: (SWACUHO-U)
James Fairchild

University of North Texas

James.Fairchild@unt.edu



[PROGRAM COMMITTEE]

The Program Committee has the charge of creating  a conference program with interest sessions of the highest quality  and broadest appeal by soliciting topics from all staff levels, identifying and offering programs of value to our members, and selecting keynote speakers who will enhance individual professional development.

Co-Chair:
Jose Valenciano

Texas Tech University

jose.valenciano@ttu.edu

      Co-Chair:

Eric Johnson

University of North Texas

eric.johnson@unt.edu


[RECOGNITION AND AWARDS COMMITTEE]

The Recognition and Awards Committee provides a way to recognize excellence, service, and contributions to SWACUHO, the housing profession, and institutions represented. Institutions and individuals deserving of special merit are recognized at the annual conference.

Chair:
Beth Eppinger

University of Arkansas - Fort Smith

beth.eppinger@uafs.edu


[RESEARCH, INFORMATION, & ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE]

This committee is responsible for studying specific areas of interest to the association and to make recommendations to the Executive Committee for implementation. The committee also gathers statistical information from member institutions and distributes the results. Member institutions are surveyed on a regular basis concerning services, rates and other topics of interest.


Chair:
JC Stoner
University of Texas at Arlington
jstoner@uta.edu


[TIME AND PLACE COMMITTEE]

The Time and Place Committee solicits bid proposals for the RA and SWACUHO conferences from member schools. The chair serves as a consultant to conference and Host Committee and as a liaison with the SWACUHO executive board and the various host institutions.

Chair:

EmmaLe Davis

University of Arkansas

ead003@uark.edu



 


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