Rethink Everything. It’s Summer.

Not sure about everyone in Student Affairs, but for me in Union & Activities - I thrive in the summer. Without too many distractions (maybe Orientation) I tend to have more time to sit back and evaluate. Annual reports, assessment reports and other written proof that what I do is worthy of the University's time … Continue reading Rethink Everything. It’s Summer.

This is Privilege.

Due to the fact that this is a Facebook video, I cannot have a direct player to this video - but it is a MUST WATCH. This is a group of young students who are getting taught about how small factors in our lives (beyond our control) give us privilege that others do not have … Continue reading This is Privilege.

Art Piece: Stop Looking for Quick Solutions

Stop looking for temporary solutions and quick fixes to your problems. You only have so many opportunities to escape your circumstances in life/Artist credit: Paweł Kuczyński

One Word 2017 – JOY!

I have Joy in my life - don't get me wrong. This word choice is more about spreading joy more than finding joy. Here's the thing. My original middle name was Joy. Jennifer Joy. I only changed it when I got married, when I wanted my maiden last name as my middle name. Anyhow - … Continue reading One Word 2017 – JOY!

Repost for #ACUIDayofGiving. What’s YOUR #ACUIlegacy?

<< previous postnext post >> Posted October 14, 2014 by Jennifer Keegin #ACUIlegacy We speak with student leaders about leaving a legacy. Usually we start the discussion around the end of their junior year, and then once again somewhere during their senior year when they need a pick me up. We talk them through their … Continue reading Repost for #ACUIDayofGiving. What’s YOUR #ACUIlegacy?

5 Bases of “Hamilton” Power

This semester I'm teaching a class that's part of a 2 credit internship experience called the "Dean's Team". Campus Activities is part of the larger Dean of Students Office here at Binghamton University, so this team of student leaders supports events in all of our departments. It's my first time working with this group, and … Continue reading 5 Bases of “Hamilton” Power