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Mollet, Amanda; Weaver, Kari E.; Holmes, Joshua M.; Linley, Jodi L.; Hurley, Elizabeth; Renn, Kristen A. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Queer college students experience microaggressions and macro-aggressive behaviors that may diminish positive effects of on-campus housing. This longitudinal, qualitative study examined the narratives of 12 queer college students and their experiences living on campus toward understanding the ways queer college students navigate their required…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, College Students, Social Bias, Student Experience
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Kitchen, Joseph Allen; Cole, Darnell; Rivera, Gwendelyn; Hallett, Ronald – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
This study proposes an empirically grounded, non-deficit oriented, college transition program proactive advising model, called "mid-semester grade checks," to promote academic self-efficacy among first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented minoritized students. The grade checks model was developed based on data comprised of…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Transitional Programs, Academic Advising, Intervention
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Hege, Amanda; Stephenson, Tammy; Pennell, Michael; Revlett, Beau; VanMeter, Connor; Stahl, Danielle; Oo, Kendra; Bressler, Jordan; Crosby, Claire – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Assessing basic needs of students at colleges and universities is gaining traction across the United States. Our research examined the prevalence of food and housing insecurity at a land-grant institution and its implications on student success. Food insecure students have poorer health status, difficulty concentrating on their studies, lower…
Descriptors: College Students, Hunger, Food, Housing Needs
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Eaton, Paul William; Pasquini, Laura; Ahlquist, Josie R.; Gismondi, Adam – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
This study focused on understanding how college student educators use The Student Affairs Professional Facebook group. Through descriptive and qualitative analysis of posts, shares, comments, and interactions, this study identifies central topics and issues discussed over a 14-month period. This research shows how college student educators use…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Workers, Social Media, Communities of Practice, Participation
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Pryor, Jonathan T.; Hoffman, Garrett D. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
LGBTQ+ affairs professionals are often marginalized in their work and identities and therefore develop strategies to resist this continued marginalization. Using a critical conceptual framework, the traditionally heterogendered institution (THI), we show how LGBTQ+ affairs staff resist bureaucratic systems in their praxis to center LGBTQ+ (and…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, At Risk Persons, Professional Personnel, Minority Groups
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Holcombe, Elizabeth Marshall; Kezar, Adrianna – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Emerging evidence demonstrates that integrated programs, which combine academic and socioemotional supports and bridge boundaries between academic and student affairs, can improve college success rates for low-income, first-generation college students. This article explores the organizational value of integrated transition programs across several…
Descriptors: Transitional Programs, Disproportionate Representation, Low Income Groups, First Generation College Students
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Castillo-Montoya, Milagros – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Assessment is a core competency in student affairs, but scholars in the field of higher education and student affairs know little about how practitioners perceive and approach learning about assessment. In this study with 20 students in a student affairs master's program, I found they perceived assessment as the "wild card" and had…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Student Personnel Workers, Masters Degrees, Graduate Students
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Jackson Preston, Portia; Peterson, Hannah; Sanchez, Delia; Corral Carlos, Athena; Reed, Aaliyah – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
The purpose of this study was to assess the health impact of professional quality of life and self-care on student services professionals. Results of an online survey indicate that health-related quality of life was negatively associated with compassion fatigue (secondary traumatic stress and burnout) and positively associated with mindful…
Descriptors: Quality of Working Life, Student Personnel Workers, Daily Living Skills, Metacognition
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Fox, William A. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Using case study data about the emergence of the university chief wellness officer (CWO), this article discusses the purpose of this niche executive role. Borrowing from corporate wellness models, universities charge this senior leader to improve population health for faculty, staff, and students and promote organizational cultures that value…
Descriptors: Wellness, Administrators, Administrator Responsibility, Leadership Role
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Wawrzynski, Matthew R.; Lemon, Jacob D. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
This study explored trends in health and wellness peer educator training using five years of data from a multi-institutional study. Findings indicated training increased among 17 health and wellness topics over five years, and peer educators utilized the knowledge gained in their training to facilitate programs and engage in educational…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Student Leadership, Undergraduate Students, Health Promotion
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McCready, Adam M.; Rowan-Kenyon, Heather T.; Barone, Nicole I.; Martínez Alemán, Ana M. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Using structural equation modeling, we examined if experiencing racialized aggressions on social media affects the mental health of students of Color (n = 692). We also examined the relationships between these experiences and ethnic identity, campus interactions, sense of belonging, campus climate, and mental health. Findings suggest that…
Descriptors: Social Media, Mental Health, Minority Group Students, Racial Bias
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Chessman, Hollie M. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
Little is known about student affairs professionals' well-being. A hierarchical regression analysis of responses from 2,414 participants revealed a robust relationship between work quality variables and these professionals' well-being score. Work-life balance was not a significant predictor of well-being for these respondents. Recommendations for…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Workers, Well Being, Mental Health, Quality of Working Life
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Helmbrecht, Brittany; Ayars, Candace – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
A multiple regression analysis was performed to determine if self-esteem, social support, locus of control, or coping strategies could predict perceived stress in first-generation college students. All variables studied were found to predict stress, while self-esteem and emotional-support seeking coping added statistical significance to the…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Young Adults, Predictor Variables, Stress Variables
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McDaniel, Anne; Dionne, Julia; Regan, Erica P. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
This quantitative study examines differences between the holistic wellness of international students in the United States (n = 244) and a random sub-sample of their domestic U.S. peers (n = 244) using wellness assessment data. Findings suggest international students have significantly better wellness profiles than domestic students, specifically…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Student Characteristics
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Koo, Katie K. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2021
By analyzing 11,232 college students using a large longitudinal national dataset, this study examined students of Color's perceived campus climate and its impact on their psychological well-being compared to that of their White peers. Students of Color and female students appeared to show lower levels of perceived psychological well-being and to…
Descriptors: College Environment, Campuses, Well Being, Mental Health
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