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McLean, Alexis – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
Relationships with practitioners can produce a number of academic and psychosocial benefits that are particularly important for Black students who, because of historical and existing inequities within higher education, do not have the same collegiate experiences or access to practitioners as their White counterparts. Research has shown that the…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Academic Achievement, African American Students, College Students
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Bronz, Alex – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
Students with ASD (SwASD) are eligible for reasonable accommodations and support at their institution through the Americans with Disabilities Act and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Viezel et al., 2020). These laws, along with a growing body of research that supports the implementation of successful early intervention techniques…
Descriptors: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Students with Disabilities, Intervention, Academic Support Services
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Combs, Lisa Delacruz – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
This paper traces the trajectories of multiracial college student development theories through the three waves conceptualized by Jones and Stewart (2016) to inform future directions in critical mixed race scholarship and praxis. Within each wave, the author examines the utility and limitations of each paradigmatic perspective to construct their…
Descriptors: College Students, Multiracial Persons, Student Development, Educational Theories
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Morales Carrera, David Paul – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
Corporate America has contributed to the commercialization of higher education through the privatization of college bookstores by athletic apparel companies and private businesses. The decreasing number of independent college bookstores is a direct result of it, and it puts their educational mission and student-first approach in jeopardy. But…
Descriptors: Colleges, Commercialization, College Athletics, Retailing
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Weisova, Lucie; Johansson, Ann – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
This article explores current Internationalization of the Curriculum (IoC) practices and perceptions among teaching staff at a middle-sized Swedish University. It provides information about the background and theoretical framework, explaining the main concepts and the growing importance of IoC in the last decade, touching common myths and…
Descriptors: Universities, International Education, Curriculum Development, College Faculty
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Schwab, Johnathan – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
The story of Modern Orthodox Jews on American college campuses is one of growth and gains. From the hard-fought battles of Yavneh in the 1960s, Modern Orthodox Jews have risen to a level of acceptance and accommodation that allows for a rich religious life during the college years. The question of the years ahead for Modern Orthodox Jews is…
Descriptors: Jews, Judaism, Religious Factors, Higher Education
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McCombs, Natasha – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
This paper aims to analyze and discuss the psychological and sociological effects of colorism on the Black community and how that affects matriculation in secondary and higher education and social mobility. Moreover, the research will answer the following question: How does colorism affect dark-skinned Black students' social mobility, sense of…
Descriptors: Racism, Individual Differences, African American Students, College Students
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Pisacone, Joanna – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
The process of providing students with disabilities access to an education that is of appropriate quality is still a relatively new endeavor. Students with disabilities benefit from the support of family, educators, and many other professionals addressing the inequality that is faced in school. Ultimately, progress has been achieved from…
Descriptors: Special Education, Educational Legislation, Inclusion, Educational Change
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Richardson, Sean J. – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
The current push for more diverse populations to attend predominantly white institutions frequently overlooks the political nuances of racial and ethnic identity in higher education. When there is a push for Black students, who are they talking about? Do they want African American students, Black Caribbean students, or Black African students?…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Racial Identification, Institutional Characteristics, Disproportionate Representation
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Feldman, Steven – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2022
Recent scholarship indicates a growing emergence in research on the experiences of transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) college students and on the ways in which colleges and universities do or do not address the specific needs of TGNC students (Beemyn, 2005; Beemyn, 2012; Goldberg et al., 2018; Nicolazzo, 2015). As visibility increases…
Descriptors: Sex, Inclusion, College Housing, Educational Research
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Choset, Rachel L. – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2021
During a student's first year, there is typically an adjustment period of living independently and feeling a sense of belonging that helps students overcome obstacles they may face in trying to navigate a new world. Students can find community in classrooms, joining a club or organization, forming an outside study group, and often through Living…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Living Learning Centers, Sense of Community, Dormitories
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Fread, Maggy – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2021
Interpersonal violence (IPV) and sexual assault is a prominent issue on college and university campuses across the nation. The rates of violence have increased over the past few decades; recent studies show that 26% of undergraduate women and 7% of undergraduate men experience some form of nonconsensual sexual contact during their time in college…
Descriptors: Sexual Abuse, Violence, Students with Disabilities, College Students
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Gutierrez, Czarina Desiree – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2021
As post-traditional student presence is increasing on college campuses, traditional support systems must shift to meet the needs associated with this growing population (Soares, 2013; Soares et al., 2016). Research has shown that post-traditional students have needs that are unique of their traditional student counterparts (Kasworm, 2003; Rabourn…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Students, Adult Students, Undergraduate Study, Nontraditional Education
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Teixeira, Stephanie M. – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2021
This research analyzes the alignment of today's practices with current student needs in higher education. Veterans face unique challenges when transitioning back into civilian culture. When that transition combines with a shift to life on a college campus, these challenges are further exacerbated. Tinto's Model of Student Integration allows the…
Descriptors: Veterans Education, Student Needs, Educational Practices, College Students
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Yepez, Alex I. – Journal of Student Affairs, New York University, 2021
Recently, there has been a greater focus directed towards the collegiate experiences and success of male students of color on college campuses. In response, many campuses have begun implementing interventions or programs for the purpose of retaining Latinx men and men of color. Male-centered student programs provide Latinx men with a community and…
Descriptors: Peer Influence, Males, Hispanic American Students, Self Concept
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