Volume 17 – Issue 4

A Letter from the President, Vernon A. Wall

I love Fall.  I have to say that it’s my favorite season.  My siblings and I joke that we each ...
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Executive Director Remarks – Chris Moody

You Ask, And We Continue to Do Our Best to Respond! Dear ACPA Member, Since the start of the COVID-19 ...
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Letter from the Editors –Michelle Boettcher & Reyes Luna

Autumn is a season of change. Of endings in preparation for rest and then the renewal of spring. This autumn ...
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So You Want to Write/Edit a Book? – Mimi Benjamin & Jody Jessup-Anger

Many professionals and faculty members have important ideas to share with our higher ed colleagues, and ACPA Books is one ...
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Researching Outside Our Identities – Sarah Jones & Shanna Smith

Sarah Jones Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia Shanna Smith Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia Abstract Assessment, evaluation, and ...
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Doing Student Affairs Work in a Facilities Department during COVID-19 and BLM: A Noticeable Disconnect – Cyndel Brunell

Cyndel Brunell Program Coordinator, Sustainable Campus Florida State University When I graduated with my M.Ed. two years ago, I landed ...
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Using Games to Create Shared Experiences – Alison Fecher

Alison Fecher Cooperative Education Advisor Clemson University With distance learning becoming more and more popular and now with social distancing ...
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Practicing the Art of Moneyball in Student Affairs – Brian W. Janssen

Brian W. Janssen Director of Student Organization Advising and Leadership Development Portland State University Have you ever watched a movie ...
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Building a Case for Cross Racial Intergroup Dialogues for Multiracial Students in American Higher Education Institutions–Victoria K. Malaney Brown

Victoria K. Malaney Brown Director of Academic Integrity Columbia College, Columbia Engineering In its most formal definition “intergroup dialogue (IGD) ...
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What They Don’t Tell You About Year Two – Xianwen “Wen” Xi

Xianwen “Wen” Xi Residence Director Pace University “Why should we hire you out of all the candidates we brought to ...
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Health Coaching for Graduate Students: Promoting Academic Success and Well-Being– Duke D. Biber & Dena Kniess

Duke D. Biber & Dena Kniess College of Education University of West Georgia A Model for Wellness Over the past ...
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