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JOSIE AHLQUIST, is an adjunct faculty and research associate at Florida State University teaching undergraduate and masters courses based in technology and leadership. Her research and writing can be found in the Handbook of Student Affairs Administration textbook, The Journal of Leadership Studies, and New Directions in Student Services, “Engaging the Digital Generation” volume. For the third year in a row, she has been named to the “Top 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Blogs” by Ed Tech Magazine, blogging at www.josieahlquist.com, connecting scholarly research on social media to best practices for students and educational leaders. You can connect with Josie on the following platforms: You can connect with Josie on the following platforms: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Snapchat and YouTube.
CHARLIE POTTS is the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. Charlie uses digital technology to interact and engage with students, colleagues, and as a primary method of professional development. Charlie is a doctoral candidate at the University of Minnesota and conducting research on the influence of social media use on male students’ gender identity development and male gender performance.
TYLER MILLER, is Assistant Director of Housing at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has over twenty years of professional experience in the housing realm and is currently serving as the President-Elect for the Western Association of College and University Housing Officers (WACUHO). He is also a member of geekEd., a consortium of Higher Education Professionals who do workshops and panels on geek (not greek) culture and higher education, including yearly panels at San Diego Comic-Con.
CIDNYE WEIMER, is a second-year graduate student in the College Student Personnel program at Ohio University. She currently serves as the Campus Programming Graduate assistant in the Campus Involvement Center and is the advisor to the University Program Council (UPC). Cidnye found a passion for all things digital technology as an undergraduate Public Relations major in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and is now on a journey of combining her love for digital technology with her love for student affairs.