Volume 19, Issue 4

Message from the Editors

Hello, ACPA Members. Here we are in August and it is time to start a new academic year. Whether programs, ...
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Message from the Executive Director

Dear ACPA Members, I am writing this article from the 2022 NINLHE (National Institute for Native Leadership in Higher Education) ...
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Coming Soon from ACPA Books!

written by: Mimi Benjamin and Jody Jessup-Anger, ACPA Books Co-Editors As co-editors of ACPA Books, we are thrilled to announce ...
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Studying the Retention of First-Generation College Students in a Public University Honors Program | Abukar

written by: Zayd Abukar, Ed.D. Introduction to the Study Collegiate honors programs provide high-ability students rigorous academic experiences and increased ...
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Recommendation of Two Resources to Build Inclusive Supervision Practices | Cilluffo

written by: Gene Cilluffo A common gap in many student affairs graduate preparation programs is supervision training. Graduate students may ...
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The Evolution of an Established Academic Support Unit | Knight

written by: Graham R. Knight, Ph.D Introduction Programmatic change on a college campus is often hard to come by. Using ...
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A Word About Our Times: Uncovering, Holding Tight, and Pulling Back the Veil | Laker

written by: Jason Laker, Ph.D. To be truly radical is to make hope possible rather than despair convincing. - Raymond ...
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Reading Guide for A Practitioner’s Guide to Supporting Graduate and Professional Students (Routledge, 2022) | Perry & Shepard

written by: Dr. April L. Perry & Dr. Valerie A. Shepard Graduate and professional (G&P) education in its current (and ...
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Graduate Student Advising | Roth-Saks

Introduction As higher education professionals and professors, we often supervise graduate students and new professionals and teach in student affairs ...
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Incorporating Diversity Topics in the Higher Education/Student Affairs (HESA) Classroom | Shelton & French

written by: Leslie Jo (LJ) Shelton, Ph.D. & Amy French, Ph.D. Recently, LJ’s teaching and faculty support center asked her ...
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