Recruiting, hiring, and training of leaders in higher education student affairs are crucial steps to maintaining excellence in the team. How is this done? Who leads the charge? How is it funded? Many of these questions still plague student affairs administrators. We will focus on the training aspect of this important mission. For staff and administrators in student services to properly support the university and the student, best practices must be employed when working with adult learners, the state and federal regulations, and the expected ethical practices. In this assignment, you will act as the most senior leader in Anytown University, who has been asked to prepare an extensive training session where you explain the laws, regulations, and ethical expectations to your current, and newly hired staff in the student affairs department. Your presentation will cover: The history of student affairs and its significance in higher education at present The first, second, and fifth amendments as they pertain to student affairs professions State and federal regulations that impact student affairs Possible areas of discrimination and solutions for avoiding them Diversity—what does it mean to student affairs professionals Expectations of Anytown University professionals working within student affairs. To earn the best possible grade, demonstrate your professionalism, critical thinking, and presentation (grammar included), which would be the expectation of a senior leader in this scenario. Your professor will be looking for the elements of good presentation as noted above. Length: 10-15 minute presentation – audio or video References: Include a minimum of three scholarly resources. Your presentation should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.