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2019 SHO Institute Faculty 

The Senior Housing Officer Institute is very interactive, with an emphasis on participants sharing their experiences with each other and the larger group as a whole. With that said, we do involve the SHO Committee, seasoned Housing Professionals, to assist in the conversations and utilize content experts to present information. Below are the topics and faculty. 


Topics for 2019:

ACUHO-I Core Competencies

SHO Committee members will review ACUHO-I Core Competencies with an emphasis on understanding the topic, self-assessment, and professional growth opportunities. 

Academic Affairs/Student Affairs Partnerships - Dr. Martha Bardley-Evans

Dr. Martha Bradley-Evans is a professor in the College of Architecture + Planning who teaches history and theory classes.  Between 2002 and 2011, Dr. Bradley served as the Dean of the Honors College and in July 2011 became the Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of Undergraduate Studies.   An award winning teacher, Bradley is the recipient of the University of Utah Distinguished Teaching Award, the University Professorship, the Student Choice Excellence in Teaching Award, the Bennion Center Service Learning Professorship, the Park Fellowship, the Borchard Fellowship and the Sweet Candy Distinguished Honors Professor Award.  In 2008, she received the Honorary AIA Award from AIA Utah, the Outstanding Achievement Award from the YWCA in 2013 and was made a Fellow of the Utah State Historical Society in 2013.  She has served as the vice chair of the Utah State Board of History and Chair of the Utah Heritage Foundation and is on the Board of Trustees of Envision Utah. 

Her books include:  Kidnapped from that Land: The Government Raids on the Short Creek Polygamists; The Four Zinas: Mothers and Daughters on the Frontier; Pedastals and Podiums: Utah Women, Religious Authority and Equal Rights;  and Glorious in Persecution: Joseph Smith, American Prophet, 1839-1844.

Crisis Management and Emergency Response - Dr. Matthew Colpitts

Dr. Matthew Colpitts has worked in the fields of student affairs, emergency management, and campus safety for over 10 years.  Matthew currently serves as the Director of Residential Life and Campus Safety at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School. In addition to his educator, administrator, and campus safety work with diverse educational institutions including Clark University, Landmark College, Southern Oregon University, Utah State University, and Interlochen Center of the Arts, Matthew has served as a Firefighter/EMT in several communities.  

He earned his Doctor of Education degree from Fielding Graduate University where he researched emergency preparedness in educational institutions.  His dissertation title is “Emergency Management and Preparedness at Higher Education Institutions: Perceptions of Senior Student Affairs Officers and Emergency Managers.”  In addition to his doctoral work, Matthew is a proud alumnus of the National Fire Academy, the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), and FEMA's Emergency Management Institute. 

Legal Issues in Student Affairs - Joshua M. MacLeod, Associate General Counsel

Joshua MacLeod is an Associate General Counsel at Utah State University, where he serves institutional clients in healthcare, student affairs, equity, housing, and faculty matters. Josh is a 2005 graduate from the University of Utah and a 2008 graduate from the University of Chicago Law School. After law school, he was in private practice in New York City for eight years, where he served corporate clients on internal investigation and civil litigation matters before returning to Utah to join the University of Utah and then Utah State University in 2018.   



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