June 3-6, 2015
We are pleased to announce that the RELI 2015 Application is now open and available at http://www.seaho.org/Login.aspx or by clicking the link from the SEAHO main webpage. RELI will be held June 3-6, 2015 on the campus of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The Institute is an intensive professional development seminar featuring activities for entry-level professionals who aspire to mid-level positions in housing and residential life. RELI is open to housing professionals with one to three years of experience and, to insure an appropriate mentoring environment, is limited to a maximum of 32 students.
The Institute’s eight faculty members will spend both classroom and individual time with the attendees making this a great professional and personal experience. This year’s topics include:
The 2015 RELI faculty serving in the mentor role and presenting on these topics are:
Leslie Ashford, Bellarmine University - Crisis Management
Scott Blackwell, University of Southern Mississippi - Facilities
Virginia Koch, Auburn University - Assessment
April Konvalinka, Old Dominion University - Occupancy Management
Hilary Lichterman, University of South Carolina - Residential Life
Calvin Mosley, University of Florida - Staff Supervision
Phil Riordan, Lynn University - Budget
Lani San Antonio, Vanderbilt University - Social Justice
More details, including the online application, are posted on the SEAHO website. Interested individuals may also email the 2015 Co-Chairs, or speak with representatives who will be available throughout the SEAHO Conference in Mobile, Alabama. (including the Involvement Fair).
Kirsten Kennedy, University of South Carolina, email@example.com
Curtis Erwin, Virginia Commonwealth University, firstname.lastname@example.org
SEAHO RELI '15 Co-Chairs
The Regional Entry-Level Institute is an intensive four-day professional development opportunity featuring activities for new professionals who aspire to mid-level positions in housing and residential life.
RELI participants will:
Attend sessions facilitated by veteran professionals in housing and residential life.
Assess current skill levels and devise a professional development plan.
Learn practical information designed to help survive and thrive as a mid-level professional.
Participate in one-on-one mentoring sessions for in-depth conversations with a cluster leader.
RELI 2015 General Information
Registration is $200.00 and includes all materials, lodging and most meals.
Registration and Travel Scholarships are available!!
Deadline for Applications - March 16, 2015
Status notification - April 9, 2014
What past attendees have said about RELI:
"RELI allowed me to immerse myself in an environment that challenged me, supported me, re-energized me, and sent me out with the necessary toolbox of skills to take me forward in my career!" - Kristen Krapfl, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
"RELI 2012 played a major role in my decision to stay working in residence life. I am beyond grateful for the opportunities that attending RELI has provided to my life." - Donald A. Coleman, Valdosta State University (GA)
"RELI helped me lay out all the pieces of my career so I could begin putting them together and building upon them." - Steve Wood - Winthrop University (SC)
For more information please contact:
Executive Director, University Housing
University South Carolina
Executive Director, Residential Life & Housing
Virginia Commonwealth University