Jeffrey M. Fazio, M.Ed. 





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How Should Title II be Applied
to Involuntary Removal from Campus

This session was presented at Richard Stockton College in June of 2014.




Running Across America:

50 States of Leadership

This session was presented on Saturday, February 8, 2014, at Temple University's 2nd Annual Inclusive Leadership Conference. This session was also presented at Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State's 2014 university-wide summer leadership conference and HACC's fall college-wide student leadership retreat.

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What the F Stop?

This session was presented on Thursday, November 29, 2012 at the "Nerds in the Burg" event. This session covered basic photography tips, some advanced techniques and some cool trick photography.




Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

This session was presented at:

Feb. 27, 2013: The Leadership Institute
Lebanon Valley College

Feb. 16, 2013: Inclusive Leadership Conference
Temple University

Oct. 8, 2012: HACC's College-wide Leadership Retreat

Mar. 16, 2012: NE Penn State Leadership Conference "Leadership Rocks!" 


It offers a unique perspective on diversity.




Employment Strategies for
Student Affairs Professionals*

This session was presented at:

Feb. 15, 2013:  Delaware Valley Student Affairs Conference Oct. 18, 2010: Pennsylvania College Personnel Association Feb. 11, 2011: Delaware Valley Student Affairs Conference


It offers some unique career planning tips.



*This presentation was NBCC certified.



Student Clubs and Organization Training
This session is presented each fall to the executive staff
of the student organizations at Penn State Schuylkill. The presentation discusses relevant information for the having a successful year for a student group.

Emerging Role of Student Affairs
in Higher Education
This session was presented at Penn State York in August 2010. This presentation addressed ten different areas of Student Affairs that offered growth potential for the Penn State York campus as of the fall semester of 2010.

Diversity: Bridging the Gap
This session was presented for staff and students
at the 2010 Penn State Summer Leadership Conference

This presentation discussed various diversity programs and events that various Penn State campuses were hosting in an effort to embrace diversity. I co-facilitated the session with two students and another staff member.



Activities Calendars: Explore the Potential
This session was presented for professional staff
at the 2009 NACA Mid-Atlantic conference.

This presentation discusses a variety of aspects of calendar building from layout & design to content and inclusion. I firmly believe that a well produced activities calendar is a critical component in bringing a campus together and fostering student involvement.



Bridging the Gap Between
Diverse Groups on Campus
This session was presented to the
Penn State Schuylkill in March, 2009.

This presentation addressed various tactics in bringing together different students, faculty and staff. The first step is defining and recognizing the differences that put a gap between groups and then it is a matter of addressing that gap. I supply a 4-step process that addresses this dilemma.

JITTERS: How to Grow, Promote
and Enjoy a Successful Coffeehouse Series
This session was presented for students and professional staff at the 2008 NACA Mid-Atlantic conference.

This presentation shared Penn State Berks' JITTERS Coffeehouse Series. The steps to success were explained with plenty of examples. This presentation lead to an article with the same title that appeared in the October, 2009 issue of Programming magazine. That article can be read by clicking the "Publications" link to the left.


Quick Photography Tips
This session has been presented to students enrolled in magazine writing & layout course as well as students that are working on school newspapers.

This presentation gives a brief overview of general photography tips. It is an extremely condensed version of parts of the Photo 100 course that I teach. It is basically just a bunch of ideas that the average person can use to take better photos.





Coming Out Stars

This session has been presented numerous times for various audiences. This presentations puts the session attendees in the position of being LGBT and going through the coming out process. It tends to be very emotional and highly affective.


Challenge the Process and Succeed;
Otherwise You Will Not Survive This Session
This session was presented at the PASSHE Board of Student Government Presidents Leadership Conference
at Kutztown University on Jan. 30, 2009.

The theme of the conference was "But we've always done it this way ..." Leadership in a Changing World. Attendees were students involved in the SGAs at the 12 of the 14  State schools of higher education in Pennsylvania.

Diversity Discussion
This session was presented for high school
students at the 8th Annual Schuylkill County
Youth Conference on Nov. 11, 2009.

The theme of the conference was "A World of Understanding" and featured information about the "Stand Against Racism" program. My session was an open dialogue about diversity which I supported with examples, interactive experiences and some lecture.


You Won't Survive This Session
This session was presented at the Penn State Summer Leadership in August of 2009.

This session was structured to teach team work. Students were presented with "disaster" situations they needed to resolve as a team in order to save the world!


Get A Life Outside of the Classroom
This session is presented every summer for several sessions of FTCAP (First-Year Testing, Counseling and Placement).

This presentation addresses the importance of getting involved in college. The audience is first-year students that have accepted offers, but have not started classes.

BaFá BaFá
This session has been presented to a variety of student groups to address the issue of diversity.

BaFá BaFá is a cross-cultural simulation game. Participants learn to be aware of difficulties in interacting with someone who is different, to speaking descriptive rather than evaluative terms, to study characteristics of different cultures, non-verbal communication, and to behave in a way that makes everyone feel accepted.