CASE STUDY<br />COMPETITION<br />UNI RA CONFERENCE | 2011<br />
Thru’ Anil<br />& Jason’s<br />Lenses.<br />CASE STUDY<br />COMPETITION<br />UNI RA CONFERENCE | 2011<br />
4-STEP<br />
4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />
4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />
4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />Generating Ideas<br />
4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />Generating Ideas<br />Integrating Solutions<br />
4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />Generating Ideas<br />Integrating Solutions<br />Fo...
Freshies to the community.<br />Blend-in, plug-in.<br />Lifestyles.<br />PROBLEM<br />
Conversations with residents.<br />Consult with Residence Hall Director/Assist. Hall Director.<br />Hall/floor meetings.<b...
Open door events. Floor/Hall events. Community Agreements.<br />Encourage positive interactions. Reward desired exchanges....
Conversations with residents.<br />Feedbacks & Comments.<br />Bulletin boards. Newsletters.<br />FOLLOW-UP<br />
BASIC<br />
BASIC<br />BUILDING A STRONG INVOLVING COMMUNITY<br />
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Case Study 01: "How to deal with discomfort of new residents."

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Presented by St. Cloud State University representatives at the 21st UNI RA Conference hosted by the University of Northern Iowa, 2011.

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  • Step 1 is to identify the problem…methods including: 1on1, floor meeting, residents-talk, open discussion.
  • 2. Look around for resources (incl. campus resources)..think creative solutions, think from multiple perspectives. Get help.
  • 3. Gather the residents/people who are involved. Implement solutions that is decided. Be sensitive to residents’ reactions/responses/feedbacks.
  • 4. Follow-up with the “aftermath.” Ask for feedback. Evaluate actions. (What is done well, what can be improved).
  • Identify: problems with themselves or problem with floor? TALK TO RESIDENTS.
  • 2. Look for possible solutions.
  • Other group activities: outing/trips. Community council.
  • Case Study 01: "How to deal with discomfort of new residents."

    1. 1. CASE STUDY<br />COMPETITION<br />UNI RA CONFERENCE | 2011<br />
    2. 2. Thru’ Anil<br />& Jason’s<br />Lenses.<br />CASE STUDY<br />COMPETITION<br />UNI RA CONFERENCE | 2011<br />
    3. 3. 4-STEP<br />
    4. 4. 4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />
    5. 5. 4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />
    6. 6. 4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />Generating Ideas<br />
    7. 7. 4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />Generating Ideas<br />Integrating Solutions<br />
    8. 8. 4-STEP<br />ISSUE-SOLVING<br />MECHANISM<br />Identifying Problem<br />Generating Ideas<br />Integrating Solutions<br />Follow-up<br />Evaluations<br />
    9. 9. Freshies to the community.<br />Blend-in, plug-in.<br />Lifestyles.<br />PROBLEM<br />
    10. 10. Conversations with residents.<br />Consult with Residence Hall Director/Assist. Hall Director.<br />Hall/floor meetings.<br />IDEAS<br />
    11. 11. Open door events. Floor/Hall events. Community Agreements.<br />Encourage positive interactions. Reward desired exchanges. <br />Group dynamics. Seek for help & resources if situation worsens. <br />SOLUTIONS<br />
    12. 12. Conversations with residents.<br />Feedbacks & Comments.<br />Bulletin boards. Newsletters.<br />FOLLOW-UP<br />
    13. 13. BASIC<br />
    14. 14. BASIC<br />BUILDING A STRONG INVOLVING COMMUNITY<br />

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