NWACUHO
Northwest Association of College & University Housing Officers

Monthly Archives: May 2016

Lessons Learned from a Housing Emergency

By Kathryn Magura As University Housing professionals, we train frequently on what to do in case of an emergency situation. Multiple times a year we participate in scenario-based training to see how we would respond to some sort of natural or other type of disaster. While training is immensely helpful, when a true emergency arises, […]

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Staying Organized

By Mike Cheung While brainstorming topics for this blog post, I asked myself “What fuels the work that I do?” “what aspect of other colleagues’ job am I interested in?” and “if I were someone else’s blog post, what would be genuinely unique and interesting to me?” Maybe I’m a bit of a neat freak, […]

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Me, Myself, and ACUHO-I

By Lawrence Lam This past June (2015) I had the opportunity to attend ACUHO-I’s Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, FL through the generous sponsorship of the ACUHO-I New Professional Scholarship. Attending ACE was probably one of the highlights of my year as it is such a rich learning opportunity and I got to connect […]

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