Clemson professor served on national task force on student affairs competencies
Pamela Havice, professor and coordinator of the student affairs master’s program at Clemson University, served on a national task force that reviewed and revised the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Professional Competencies for Student Affairs Practitioners.
Considered a seminal document in the student affairs profession, the competencies provide a guide for student affairs educators to frame their work.
Havice is currently director of the Faculty Division for NASPA as well as chair of the Faculty Council and Assembly. She has previously served as chair of the NASPA Region III Professional Competencies/Standards committee and served on the NASPA Professional Competencies Committee. She also has served on editorial boards and as a consultant on distributed and distance learning.
NASPA works to further the advancement, health and sustainability of the student affairs profession by providing high-quality professional development, advocacy and research for 15,000 members worldwide. ACPA is a comprehensive student affairs association with close to 7,500 members that advances student affairs and engages students at all levels within higher education for a lifetime of learning and discovery.