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Jayne K. Sommers; Keith Edwards; Steven Herndon; Amanda Knerr – About Campus, 2024
Higher education institutions can often serve as sites of growth and possibility. At the same time, trauma in varying forms permeates higher education across institutional types. The authors define trauma as the short- and long-term direct and indirect response to deeply distressing events. Students, faculty, and staff all experience various…
Descriptors: Trauma, Higher Education, Student Personnel Workers, College Role
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Shonda L. Goward; Benjamin M. Torsney – About Campus, 2024
The purpose of this paper is to consider a different point of view as to why historically underrepresented minority students ultimately succeed in school, but do so at a cost (Goward, 2020). The authors argue that considering John Henryism, i.e., high-effort coping as a response to environmental stressors, as a source of motivation for…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Success, Coping, Barriers
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Kirsten M. Weber; Natalie F. Douglas; Tierney Popp; Rachael K. Nelson – About Campus, 2024
Often, experiences of trauma challenge a person's ability to cope. Although many students on college campuses carry around trauma, the COVID-19 pandemic placed a magnifying glass on student mental health that made it clear universities cannot be passive when it comes to supporting students through their trauma. In this article, the authors argue…
Descriptors: College Students, Trauma Informed Approach, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Lauren Dinse – About Campus, 2024
Through the lens of resilience-based student success frameworks, this article aims to illustrate how small-scale individual actions such as early outreach and student advocacy work, can bolster student outcomes and surround first-generation, low income, and underrepresented college students with a community of support.
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Outreach Programs, Advocacy, Sense of Community
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Eduardo V. Lopez; Rocio Lopez Fontela – About Campus, 2024
As a generational turnover is impacting higher education with new perceptions, viewpoints, and ideas replacing the old ones, this article addresses the effect of the age gap between faculty and students. Two parallel surveys with 200+ undergraduate students and 40+ faculty were conducted, posing the question, "In your view, what is the…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Age Differences, Teacher Student Relationship, College Faculty
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Catherine Robert; Marilee Bresciani Ludvik; Kimshi Hickman – About Campus, 2024
Designing first-year experiences for first-time in college students (FTICs) is challenging and the COVID-19 pandemic created additional issues for university professionals striving to support them. This article describes a unique interdisciplinary response that one Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) engaged in for creating an intervention plan to…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, COVID-19, Pandemics, Barriers
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Laura Livalska; Christina Holmgren; Jayne K. Sommers – About Campus, 2024
It would be unjust to claim that trauma response is a shared and equal responsibility of all educators without also acknowledging that the unequal share of emotional labor currently falls to the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ colleagues. The authors recognize and condemn this dynamic and aim to provide all educators with the awareness and tools to respond to…
Descriptors: Trauma, Higher Education, Teachers, Empathy
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David McCoy – About Campus, 2024
Many student affairs professionals had impactful experiences as undergraduate students, themselves, and they want to facilitate those same opportunities. They believe their work is meaningful to students' experiences and is also valued by institutions. So if that is what motivates many student affairs professionals, what happens when they begin to…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Workers, Colleges, Teachers, Professional Identity
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Kathleen Neville; Kari B. Taylor – About Campus, 2024
Educational leaders face immense challenges each day. Currently, such challenges include, but are not limited to, reckoning with the United States' ongoing legacy of persistent and pervasive racism, supporting students' health and wellness in the aftermath of a global pandemic, and facilitating difficult intercultural dialogs during a time of deep…
Descriptors: Program Development, Doctoral Programs, Program Design, Equal Education
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Tara A. Nelson – About Campus, 2024
Within enrollment management, the word "pipeline" is a metaphor used to describe the structures and procedures of a student's educational journey between two institutions (Pitcher & Shahjahan, 2017). The process of moving through the enrollment pipeline is often facilitated by articulation agreements--documents outlining course…
Descriptors: Educational Mobility, Articulation (Education), Figurative Language, Enrollment Management
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Michelle Barsukov; Lauren Gatta; Larissa Jimenez Gratereaux; Jason Liang; Erica V. Lin; Kathryn Schmechel; Ximena Benavides – About Campus, 2024
The art of looking is a museum and art gallery teaching tool at the core of the Visual Thinking Strategies, a Harvard School of Education pedagogy initiated as an educational experiment for schools across the United States almost two decades ago. Today, a large number of schools implement this teaching method to increase student engagement in a…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Museums, Arts Centers, Art
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Cintia Alaniz; Alberta M. Gloria – About Campus, 2024
Students who are the first in their families to attend college and have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, question whether they will be welcomed, accepted, and safe in their relationships and on campus. Setting the stage for this paper, the authors provide definitional overviews of DACA, first-generation to college status, and…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Undocumented Immigrants, First Generation College Students, Culturally Relevant Education
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Carlton Goode; Jarvis Marlow-McCowin – About Campus, 2024
One heavily discussed and researched group throughout the literature on student engagement is Men of Color. Co-curricular efforts supporting this population are highlighted in the literature about Men of Color achievement (Brooms,2018); however, little is known about the impact of student affairs-led curricular experiences designed to center the…
Descriptors: Males, Ethnic Groups, Undergraduate Students, School Holding Power
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Sarang Kim – About Campus, 2024
Issues of race and racism in U.S. higher education often neglect the experiences of international students (Yao et al., 2019). In this article, the author advocates for more intentional institutional attention to and support for international students' development of critical consciousness and agency regarding issues of race and racism, as they…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, College Students, Empowerment, Personal Autonomy
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Samuel Museus; Christen Sasaki – About Campus, 2024
Scholars such as Howard Zinn (1998) and James Loewen (2008) note that educators have too often failed to realize the potential power of history. They assert that US history classes often focus on the memorization of historical facts, figures, and events while creating few opportunities for students to learn how to leverage history to critically…
Descriptors: College Students, History Instruction, Ethnic Studies, Ethnic Groups
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