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Written for both new professionals and those transitioning to further levels of leadership, Careers in Student Affairs covers a broad cross section of topics that apply to various levels of experience. The book is filled with information and advice to assist practitioners in developing plans for career longevity and success. Each chapter includes questions for reflection to help readers develop a career plan. The book is organized into two parts. Each of these subjects is addressed from the perspective of theory, research, and practice. In addition, each chapter reviews topic-specific supervisory skills to help professionals cultivate good strategies.

The field of higher education administration offers a wide range of career stages and pathways, and professionals must take a proactive approach to their career development. Careers in Student Affairs is an essential text for graduate students in higher education and student affairs graduate programs, graduate preparation faculty who teach professional development topics, professionals seeking to transition to more advanced roles, as well as professionals who want to build their competencies with an eye toward senior-level positions, executive leadership, and faculty roles.

Each chapter brings research to life, illuminating how best to decipher institutional cultures. Readers will be asked to think deeply about complex and difficult subjects in fresh, new ways, and will be rewarded with enhanced confidence in their decision making. By Gerald Saddlemire and Audrey Rentz.

This second volume builds on the previous volume and examines the curriculum's impact on character development. By Janet C. Loxley, John M. Whiteley, and Associates. This is a revised edition of the Schuh handbook publication and remains a resource for any professional practitioner or faculty who advises a student group on campus: social, academic, cultural, religious, Greek letter, athletic, etc.

The seeds of this book were a series of articles written University of Illinois student newspaper. Written for faculty and student affairs professionals, the goal of the book was to assist readers in helping students with academic decisions, resource identification, career searches, postgraduate studies, and counseling. By Howard K. This monograph describes some of the profound changes underway in the field and focuses on: the delivery of services to students; student development programming; administration, research, evaluation and policy; and preparation of student affairs staff.

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This bibliography is a resource guide for graduate students, faculty, practitioners, trainers, and administrators. The goal was to compile and classify written materials on history, philosophy, professional organizations, professional preparation, and functional areas. The authors integrate theory, assessment, application, and evaluation in the context of intellectual development. By Marcia B.

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Magolda and William D. Topics covered include recruitment of students, faculty qualifications, curriculum, professional standards, and continuing professional development. Edited by Robert B. Young and Leila V. Across nine chapters written by seasoned professionals, this book offers a perspective on the financial environment in higher education and assists student affairs leaders improve their skills in fiscal and budgetary management.

This edited book embodies the most contemporary thinking about student development and environmental theory, assessment, outcomes, and programming.

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Cheney to Laurine E. Fitzgerald was a follow-up to the book and was initially distributed at ACPA conference in Atlanta. A ground-breaking book and an essential resource for professionals addressing challenging issues that confront gay, lesbian, and bisexual students on campus. Among the topics examined are identity development, homophobia, career planning, and gay and lesbian student organizations.