KWK Architects Principal Paul Wuennenberg, along with Mike Schultz, director of university housing at Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, were selected to serve as faculty for the 2018 Senior Housing Officer Institute on Jan. 29 - Feb. 1 by the Association of College and University Housing Officers - International.
The Senior Housing Officer Institute is one of the most prestigious experiences offered by ACUHO-I. Senior housing officers actively engage in learning experiences to improve their skills and knowledge so that they may have a lasting impact on their campus communities. The four-day program, which was held in Pittsburgh, PA, included sessions on the ACUHO-I Core Competencies and Knowledge Domains.
Institute faculty included senior housing, facilities and student affairs professionals, as well as select industry partners who were competitively selected for their passion and expertise in identified SHO-focus topics. Institute faculty facilitated individual sessions in an executive-learning format, using a variety of active learning strategies, including presentations, case studies, group work, discussions, debates, etc. to assist participants in mastering the curriculum. Additionally, faculty facilitated small groups in application reflection and assisted partners in individual reflection on their experiences during the Institute.
Topics discussed included:
- Legacy and Leadership
- Career Development
- Human Resources
- Occupancy Management
- Fiscal Resources and Control
- Information Technology
- Facilities Management
- Ancillary Partnerships
- Evaluation and Planning: Assessment/Programming
- Resident Educational Services
- Student Behavior and Crisis Management
Wuennenberg has more than 20 years of experience in the planning and design of student housing. His passion for the research and development of new concepts has led him to be recognized as a national expert in student housing and student dining facilities. His personal portfolio includes 12 residence halls at Washington University in St. Louis, six residence halls at the University of Missouri, and more than a dozen residential buildings at Kansas State University.
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