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Gary Pike; Dawn Wiese – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2024
Fraternities and sororities are an important part of American higher education. However, some scholars question the value of fraternities and sororities. Recent research on the educational outcomes of fraternity/sorority membership is limited, with more research focused on health and safety issues. The present research addresses the gap in the…
Descriptors: Fraternities, Sororities, Outcomes of Education, Learner Engagement
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Ronald E. Riggio – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2024
While improving ability to communicate effectively is a given for developing student leadership potential, there are very few systematic frameworks to guide communication skill improvement. Using a model of emotional and social skills derived from research in interpersonal and emotional/nonverbal communication, tools and strategies for both…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Communication Skills, Student Leadership, Interpersonal Competence
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Megan Friesen – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2024
The purpose of this case study was to understand how attending an undergraduate academic conference contributes to a student's sense of belonging, not only within their institution but also in the larger academic community. This research was informed by the literature on club participation in conferences and faculty/student connections. Through…
Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Honor Societies, Undergraduate Students, Higher Education
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Clyde Barnett III – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2024
This piece is presented from ongoing empirical research exploring barriers to student (re)engagement at a Midwestern university as COVID-19 persists. While college student personnel have worked to restore student life as campus operations have transitioned back in-person, college student engagement has struggled at many institutions across the…
Descriptors: Student Government, Student Participation, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Meghan Grace; Pietro A. Sasso; Kim E. Bullington; Dawn Wiese; Kathleen Stedman; Xinyue Liu; Anthony M. Graziani – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2024
Campus engagement opportunities such as leadership development have potential for students to strengthen their personal skills. As such, fraternities and sororities can play an influential role in strengthening students' leadership skills. The present study examines the efficacy of a fraternity emerging leaders program, which is an educational…
Descriptors: Fraternities, Student Participation, Program Evaluation, Individual Development
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Desiree Forsythe; Meg C. Jones; Annemarie Vaccaro; Kat Stephens-Peace; Rachel Friedensen; Ryan A. Miller; Rachael Forester – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2024
Research has highlighted the connection between involvement and important postsecondary outcomes such as persistence, interpersonal/intrapersonal development, civic engagement, and multicultural competence, among many others. However, for students with minoritized identities of sexuality and gender (MIoSG), engaging in identity-based organizations…
Descriptors: Student Organizations, Barriers, Student Participation, Safety
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Ayu, O. Nere; Berg-Cross, Linda – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
College-sponsored Mental Health Clubs (MHCs) are a 21st-century phenomenon, helping to reduce mental health stigma at colleges across the country. MHCs take many shapes, but most focus on psychoeducation, reducing stigma, advocacy, and peer-to-peer support. These clubs are especially attractive to groups like LGBTQ students and students of color…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Student Organizations, Clubs, Bias
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Arminio, Jan; Preston, Michael – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
At the time of his death, Dr. Adam Peck served as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Illinois State University. During his 25 years in student affairs, he served in a variety of other roles, including assistant vice president and dean of students at Stephen F. Austin State University and director of student life at Saint Louis…
Descriptors: State Universities, Student Personnel Services, Student Personnel Workers, Caring
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Russell Krebs, Stephanie; Hodge, Lynell; DeSawal, Danielle; McCullar, Steven; Cavins-Tull, Kathy; Rosch, David – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
Many student affairs professionals have experienced grief spanning across their personal and professional lives. As student affairs professionals, they often serve on the "front lines" when bad things happen. These roles are mentally exhausting to take on and can be overwhelming. This article explores two different cases of staff deaths,…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Workers, Student Personnel Services, Grief, Death
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Soheilan, Sepideh S.; Shaffer, Katharine S.; Schoepf, El H.; Eyssell, Kristen M.; Farley, Sally D. – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
College students are reflective of a culturally diverse population and hold a wide range of cultural identities. As such, faculty and campus activities professionals alike, are constantly striving to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Socioeconomic status (SES) and social class are cultural variables that need more…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Social Systems, Bias, Power Structure
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Pearlman, Brian; Sasso, Pietro A.; Smith, Hollie; Pulliam, Morgan – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities promote leadership development and student learning as membership benefits. However, many women may not gain these experiences if they are not selected or placed on the leadership slate to be collectively voted into an executive position because the emphasis is on positional development. There is…
Descriptors: Sororities, Leadership Training, Student Leadership, College Students
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Sunderman, Hannah M.; Hastings, Lindsay J. – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
The Social Change Model of Leadership (SCM) is the most widely used student leadership development model in higher education. Therefore, the purpose of the current paper is to share a theory-driven approach to developing Congruence, an individual value of the SCM. We discuss the development and implementation of a two-part virtual leader…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Leadership Responsibility, Social Responsibility, Student Responsibility
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Sunderman, Hannah M.; Hastings, Lindsay J. – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
The current scholarship-to-practice brief discusses a theoretically grounded intervention on developing Commitment, an individual value of the Social Change Model of Leadership (SCM), among college student mentors and adolescent mentees. The authors have previously shared developmental interventions on Consciousness of Self and Congruence…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Psychological Patterns, Learning, Higher Education
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Dustin Evatt – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
Guided by critical perspectives on race and whiteness, this qualitative study explores how White campus activities professionals navigate diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in relation to their privileged racial identity. Using a phenomenological approach, the findings reveal a common thread of white comfort and solidarity within campus…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Services, Student Personnel Workers, Whites, Equal Education
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Francine Rudd Coston – Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, 2023
This study explored the lived experiences of first-generation transfer students (FGTS) and their utilization of support structures at a mid-size, public university in New England. Using Schlossberg's Transition Theory as a framework, this case study presents results that sought to center the voices of FGTS as it relates to the support services…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, College Transfer Students, Social Support Groups, Student Personnel Services
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