Volume 19, Issue 3

Identifying and Addressing Secondary Trauma in New Professionals in Student Affairs | Lynch

Abstract It is estimated that over half of college student affairs practitioners support students through traumatic life events on at ...
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A Heavy Lift: The Impact of the Resident Assistant Position | Díaz III, Amos, Samano, Livingston, Vasquez

Abstract  The Resident Assistant (RA) position is often noted as a premier leadership opportunity on many college campuses.  The RA ...
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Racial and Political Tensions at an Open Enrollment Institution | Sokolich

Abstract This scenario presents a complex problem facing student affairs practitioners related to funding, enrollment, politics, and identity. The students ...
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One of These is Not Always Like the Other: Social Class & First-Generation College Student Status | Ardoin, Nguyen

Abstract This case addresses intersections of two salient identities—social class and first generation college student (FGCS) status—which are often challenging ...
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“My Body, My Choice”: The Campus Abortion Debate in Post-Roe America | Williams, Herrera, Anderson

Abstract In this case study, we explore the tensions of campus programming, supervision, and student activism through an issue of ...
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“It’ll be like Biden and Harris”: A Black Woman’s Conundrum in Collegiate Student Government | Brown, Goodman

Abstract In this case study, Sasha grapples with issues of systemic racism she faces while serving as student government (SG) ...
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You Don’t Know Me | Boettcher, Dillard

Abstract This scenario focuses on the experience of Barbara – a white woman who is a first-generation (FGCS) and low ...
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The Needed “New Normal”: Understanding the Experiences Of Graduate Students Needs During the Coronavirus Pandemic | Camarillo, Dissassa, Martinez-Benyarko, Hixson

Abstract With campus leaders requesting college campuses return “back to normal” after nearly three years of overwhelming trauma during the ...
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The Intersections of Identity and Sense of Belonging: First-Generation Graduate Student Belonging During a Pandemic | Olson, Sterk

Abstract Research has demonstrated that first-generation graduate students may experience similar challenges as they did while completing their undergraduate careers ...
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Graduate Student Staff as Campus Activists | Kniess, Cawthon, McCluskey-Titus

Abstract This case will allow for conversations related to multiple identities and how our identities impact issues such as advocacy, ...
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