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Willoughby, Case – About Campus, 2018
When Case Willoughby took his first community college job, he started by applying student development and student engagement theory to advising. He refocused advising to support students in exploring academic and career goals and teach them the intellectual and practical skills they need to learn. This experience led Willoughby to notice that…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, College Students, Educational Research
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Schreiner, Laurie A. – About Campus, 2017
The author met Jerome when he was a senior in a psychology class taught by the author. He stood out from the rest of the class not only in his academic performance, but also in the ways he approached class--always prepared, asking good questions, going above and beyond in his assignments. He was the dream student--hard working, curious, passionate…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Advantaged, Success, College Students
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Glanzer, Perry L.; Hill, Jonathan P.; Johnson, Byron R. – About Campus, 2017
What is known about college students' search for purpose more than ever before due to the scholarly attention devoted to purpose development over the past two decades. This growing research on purpose increasingly makes it clear, as Tim Clydesdale ( 2015 ) writes, that when colleges "launch sustained conversations with students about…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Interviews, Campuses
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Shushok, Frank, Jr. – About Campus, 2017
In this wide-ranging interview, Krista Tippett, a Peabody Award-winning broadcaster and the New York Times bestselling author of "Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living" (Penguin Press, 2016) shares her perspective on wisdom, the reemergence of hope, and the need to talk about values.
Descriptors: Expectation, Values, Friendship, Student Development
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King, Patricia M. – About Campus, 2014
Founding "About Campus" Executive Editor Patricia M. King discusses her concerns about what she sees as the unnecessary split between the institutional and the individual approach to supporting student learning and provides a forward-looking model to merge the two.
Descriptors: Learning Experience, Student Experience, Student Development, Organizational Development
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Hulme, Eileen; Thomas, Ben; DeLaRosby, Hal – About Campus, 2014
Eileen Hulme, Ben Thomas, and Hal DeLaRosby argue for the importance of creativity as a learning outcome and challenge higher education to produce students capable of becoming the innovative leaders the twenty-first-century economy requires.
Descriptors: College Students, Creativity, Innovation, Student Development
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Dolby, Nadine – About Campus, 2014
In this article, the author describes a powerful counter to the content-delivery approach to higher education.
Descriptors: College Faculty, Higher Education, Delivery Systems, Student Development
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Museus, Samuel D.; Truong, Kimberly A. – About Campus, 2013
Samuel D. Museus and Kimberly A. Truong report on the negative consequences of the ubiquitous racialized and sexualized stereotypes of Asian American college students that appear online.
Descriptors: Asian American Students, College Students, Gender Bias, Racial Bias
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Tharp, D. Scott – About Campus, 2012
An overwhelming majority of college students feel that diversity is important. Students want to explore diversity and need to be guided in ways that help them negotiate what often feels like a social and emotional minefield. While many staff and faculty share a belief that diversity education does not require specific training beyond either a…
Descriptors: Student Development, Skill Development, Student Diversity, Multicultural Education
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Bonfiglio, Robert A. – About Campus, 2011
Are athletics a positive or negative educational force? The viewpoint widely shared across academe is that participation in intercollegiate athletics has a positive impact on students and contributes to learning and moral development. Often, this notion is captured in the phrase "character development," a shorthand way to describe the individual…
Descriptors: College Athletics, Student Participation, Student Development, Moral Development
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Goodman, Kathleen M.; Magolda, Marcia Baxter; Seifert, Tricia A.; King, Patricia M. – About Campus, 2011
Since 2006, 19 institutions across the United States have been trying to figure out how to work smarter through their participation in the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education. Drawing on data from the first year of the study, the robust, mixed-methods study the authors report in this article evaluated growth in the first year of…
Descriptors: Evidence, Educational Experience, Liberal Arts, Inferences
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Dewey, Jim – About Campus, 2011
This article describes what the author, a faculty member, learned from the student development professionals at his university, the people who plan student activities and run residence halls. Most faculty think little of their student development colleagues, to the extent that they consider them colleagues at all. The author describes how he…
Descriptors: College Environment, Student Development, Transformative Learning, Emotional Intelligence
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Wheeler, Wendy Neifeld – About Campus, 2011
Day in and day out the author invests her energy in keeping students safe by reducing alcohol consumption on campus, developing innovative alcohol and drug educational programming, collecting and analyzing data to better understand the drinking culture of the campus, and scouring the literature for best practices and evidence-based success. Day in…
Descriptors: Prevention, Alcohol Education, Alcohol Abuse, Drinking
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Bergom, Inger; Wright, Mary C.; Brown, Marie Kendall; Brooks, Michael – About Campus, 2011
Much has been written about the benefits of collaborative learning in terms of its impact on interpersonal skills and academic achievement. Many education studies suggest that students learn better when they work interactively with others and that retention of material is improved through collaborative learning. Others explain that the development…
Descriptors: Focus Groups, Cooperative Learning, Student Development, Teaching Methods
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Waters, Rhian – About Campus, 2010
Understanding allyhood as a developmental process will allow educators and program directors to reach a broader number of students with more powerful outcomes in line with student learning and development goals. Designing programs that promote ally development as a component of social justice education will allow programs to tailor ally…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Models, Instructional Design, Student Development
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