Volume 12, Issue 3 (Fall 2014)

From the Editor

Happy autumn, and welcome to the Fall Issue of Developments.  There are many intriguing and thought-provoking articles in this Issue. I

L.A.M.P. – From One Dupont Circle

From March 1-July 1, 2014, the ACPA Leadership Team asked me to review ACPA’s Strategic Plan for 2013-2016, complete an

From the President

Like on many of our campuses, summer is no longer a ‘slow’ time for ACPA – College Student Educators International.

Global Citizenship and Tertiary Education: Looking to the Future

Written by: Kandi L. Walker University of Louisville Joy L. Hart University of Louisville Tom Jackson, Jr. Black Hills State

Muslim Students in Higher Education

Kate Mazal Columbia University Responding to the diverse needs of students based on their cultural and/or ethnic backgrounds has become

New Faculty Guilt: Transitioning from Practitioner to Professor

Rene Couture Arkansas Tech University Faculty of student affairs preparation programs represent a unique path to the professoriate in that

Unpacking the Ethics of Dual and Multiple Relationships Across the Student Affairs Profession

Anne M. Hornak Central Michigan University In student affairs it is not difficult to find college personnel navigating dual or

Community Colleges: Why you Should Consider Joining our Team

Marisa Vernon Columbus State Community College Almost a decade ago, I was nearing completion of my master’s degree in higher

The National Labor Relations Board set to Review Decision Involving Northwestern University Football Players

Neal H. Hutchens Pennsylvania State University In an action that could alter the landscape of intercollegiate athletics—and with potential implications

Retaining International Students: Understanding Student Dissatisfaction

Jason E. Lane State University of New York, Albany A hot topic at the 2014 annual meeting of NASFA: Association