February 12, 2013 5:20 pm

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Wednesday, February 13th at 11:30am EST
Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout
Conversation: #SAlive

This week, on the next episode of Student Affairs Live, guest host Mike Hamilton will take over the show and play around a bit, hosting an open “un”session of the show. We are going to keep it open and talk about any topic you want!  Mike will be joined by Lisa Endersby, Student Experience Advisor at University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Joe Ginese, New and First Year Student Experience Specialist at Borough of Manhattan Community College.  The three of these folks together promise to have an amazing show!

Please join Mike, Joe and Lisa LIVE for the show.  If you have topics and questions you want them to focus on, please tweet them to the #SAlive hashtag on Twitter or leave a comment below.  If you can’t join us live, please watch this show and other Student Affairs Live shows in syndication!

Lisa Endersby is a student affairs nerd currently teaching and learning with students at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) in Ontario, Canada. She is leading the development of her department’s assessment plan after jumping into the career services and community outreach deep end with both feet.

When not in the office, Lisa volunteers with Destination Imagination, an international organization committed to fostering creative problems solving skills for students of all ages. Lisa is also an active member of CACUSS (Canadian Association of College and University Student Services), where she is working to bring together and engage a network of leadership educators from across the country.  As an (over)committed extrovert, Lisa continues to advocate for awesome in all its forms. Find Lisa on About Me  and follow her on Twitter!
Joe is an MBA trained, entrepreneurial minded, education focused professional that is driven by a constant curiosity for change. Some see him as an instigator. Others see him as an innovator. His main objective now is shaking up the environment of experiences in classrooms, conferences, and connections. He considers himself a champion for change. He currently serves the Borough of Manhattan Community College as the New and First Year Student Experience Specialist.