Journal of Student Affairs, 28th Edition, 2019

  • p. 31, Le Shorn S. Benjamin, Dimensions of Doctoral Education: A Review of the Literature Review
  • p. 39, Rene Couture, Jeremy Schwehm & Valerie Couture, FERPA Fear or FERPA Flex: Student Affairs Practitioners’ Understanding of Federal Privacy Laws on Campus
  • p. 51, Kate Curley & Raul A. Leon, Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Identities: What We Know about the Transgender and Non-Binary Experience
  • p. 61, Jessica J. Fry, Asian American Transracial Adoptees: Identity Development in College
  • p. 69, Leah Hakkola, Examining Diversity in Student Affairs: An Analysis of Diversity Definitions and Supports
  • p. 83, Felipe D. Longoria & Corey B. Rumann, Socialized Masculinity and Its Influence on Male Foster Youth Alumni Stopping-Out of College
  • p. 99, Gordon Maples, Nina Berger, Candace Collins & Michelle Healey, Student-Athletes: Academics and Identity for Black Male College Students in Revenue-Generating Sports – A Literature Review
  • p. 107, Sylvia L. Mendez, Ph.D., Carrie Arnold, Ph.D., Patty Erjavec, Ph.D. & Leona Lopez, Ph.D., Does Emotional Intelligence Predict Persistence among Students aon Academic Probation?
  • p. 121, Robin Phelps-Ward, Ed.D. & Jeff Kinney, Ph.D., Surviving Whiteness and White People: The Coping Strategies of Black, Entry-Level Student Affairs Professionals
  • p. 135, Alyssa Stefanese Yates, Transgender Students’ Experiences in Postsecondary Education: A Literature Review
  • p. 145, Nicholas Tapia-Fuselier, Undocumented Students, Community Colleges, and the Urgent Call for Undocu-Competence
  • p. 153, Maxwell M. Wagner, Build the Pyramid: A Best Practices Literature Review for Living-Learning Communities
  • p. 163, Matthew A. Witenstein & Janel Henriksen Hastings, To Study Abroad or Not to Study Abroad: That Is the STEM Question

Journal of Student Affairs, 27th Edition, 2018

Journal of Student Affairs, 26th Edition, 2017

  • p. 13, Kevin Gin, Tony Ho, Danielle Martinez, Derek Murakami, & Long Wu, Revisiting the Model Minority Myth in Higher Education
  • p. 21, Monique N. Colclough, Exploring the Social Experiences of College Students Who Have Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • p. 33, Raul Leon & Jennifer Osetek, Multiracial Student Identities in American Higher Education
  • p. 41, Michael D. Giacalone, Advisor as Leader? Using Adaptive Leadership as a Framework for Student Organization Advising
  • p. 49, Karen Coburn & Daryl R. Privott,  Legal Analysis: Sexual Assault on Campus
  • p. 57, Jungmin Lee & Renee Setari, The Impact of Employment on College Student Satisfaction and Retention
  • p. 69, Alicia Sepulveda, Exploring the Roles and Responsibilities of Acadmeic Coaches in Higher Education
  • p. 83, Jessica Charbonneau, The Educational Gap Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People in Canada
  • p. 91, Yessenia Torres, Appreciative Inquiry: Organizational Model Toward Change in Student Affairs
  • p. 99, Heather Novak & Jennifer J. Johnson, Students Against Hunger: An Approach to Food insecurity at a Large Public Land Grant University

Journal of Student Affairs, 25th Edition, 2016

  • p. 13, Guest Author Kevin Kruger, Forces of Change
  • p. 21, Claudia García-Louis, Beyond Multiculturalism: Acknowledging AfroLatina/o Students
  • p. 29, Brianna Burke & Paige Haber-Curran, Invisible on Campus: Bisexual, Gay, and Lesbian Students at Religiously Affiliated Institutions
  • p. 37, Haley Lynette Wilson, Campus Climate for Trans* Students
  • p. 45, Michael A. Marr,  Welcoming Environments: Students with Disabilities and Involvement in College
  • p. 53, Christina Tangalakis & Edlyn, Vallejo Peña, Academic Identity Development of Undocumented College Students
  • p. 67, Eleni Beaty, Former Foster Care Youth: Experiences in the Pursuit of Higher Education
  • p. 75, Lacey Hoffman & Raul A. Leon, American Other: Collectivism’s Powerful Influence on Appalachian Students
  • p. 83, Myvy T. Ngo, Positive Thinking for Positive Change: Benefits of Gratitude in Higher Education
  • p. 89, Leah A. Barrett, The College Union and a Sense of Community: A Quantitative Study
  • p. 99, Rebecca J. Gates, Policy Implications for Student Affairs Professionals at Hispanic Serving Institutions
  • p. 107, Jenine Buchanan & Matthew Shupp, Factors that Influence the Attrition of Entry-Level Student Affairs Professionals

Journal of Student Affairs, 24th Edition, 2015

  • p. 13, Featured Author Paulette Dalpes, Forging a Future That Matters: A Career in Student Affairs at Community Colleges
  • p. 23, Todd Gibbs & James Larcus, Wellness Coaching: Helping Students Thrive
  • p. 35, Catherine L. Horn & Pamelyn Klepal Shefman, Measuring What Matters: A Case Study of Measurement Development Methods  for Institutionally Identified Student Learning Outcomes
  • p. 49, Peggy M. Delmas & Krista L. Harrell, Partnering for a Purpose: Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, and a Common  Reading Program
  • p. 59, Aaron D. Clevenger, Experiential Education as a Framework for Student Affairs’ Educator Role
  • p. 67, Emily Joy Haasand, Katherine Beavis, & Nancy Maylath, The Observation and Response to Violent Situations among Students at Secular and Faith-Based Campuses
  • p. 79, Diana Boyd & Rob Shea, Socioeconomic Need for Student Parent Success within a University Environment
  • p. 93, Addy Rastall, The First-Year Experience: Impacts and Implications of Adopting First-Year Seminars
  • p. 99, Kasey Borchardt & Paige Haber-Curran, Positive Masculinities within Male Athletic Teams and Fraternities

Journal of Student Affairs, 23rd Edition, 2014

  • p. 13, Featured Author Frank D. Sanchez, Ph.D., The New Student Affairs Leaders: Our Theory, Practice, and Future
  • p. 21, Christina A. Wright Fields,  Undocumented Student Access to Higher Education:  Overview of State and Federal Legislation
  • p. 29, Rachel L. Goold,  Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Precursors to Problems for College Students
  • P. 35, Tyler Crisman, Ed.D,  Examining the Influence of Residential College Participation on Student Academic Success and Persistence
  • p. 43, Kristyn M. Emmer, Battlefields and Book Bags: Campus Ecology’s Effect on Student Veterans
  • p. 51, John D. Foubert & Ryan C. Masin, Helping Honors Students Choose College Majors
  • p. 59, Ingrid Davidson, Religious Identity Development Theory: As it Applies to Muslim American College Students
  • p. 65, Tiffani N. Kelly, Depression and Suicide Prevention in Indian Country
  • p. 71, Marilee J. Bresciani, Ph.D., Matthew R. Evrard, B.S., Benjamin Gillig, Lisa McCully, M.A.,  M.A., Mark Tucker Ph.D. & Lauren Weiner Ed.D, Towards a Framework for Practice
  • p. 81, Carter E. Gilbert, The Transgender Student: Struggles Presented by a College Experience
  • p. 89, Kathryn E. DiGiulio, Joseph G. Gasienica, Alex J. Romine, Dana R. Glink, & David M. Rosch, Examining the Roles of Seniority and Hierarchy in Perceived Leadership Competence and Confidence in Undergraduate Student Organizations
  • p. 97, Niamh C. O’Shea , The First-Year Commuter: Impacts of Residency and Involvement on the University Transition
  • p. 103, Jesse Hines Farley & Rishi Sriram, Circular Framing: A Model for Applying Bolman and Deal’s Four Frames in Student Affairs Administration
  • p. 113, Carl Mehta, The Isomorphic Importance of Amateurism in Intercollegiate Athletics
  • p. 121, Maria R. Marinucci & Emma Hart, Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Examining Symptoms and Implications for Student Affairs Practitioner
  • p. 129, Olivia Des Chenes & Spencer Ellis, Academic International Field Experiences in Student Affairs

Journal of Student Affairs, 22nd Edition, 2013

  • p. 11, Featured Author Dennis “Denny” Roberts, Ph.D.,  International Student Affairs and the “Path of Flames
  • p. 19, Hosam Ahma &  Moises D. Padilla, Embracing International Students: Fostering an Inclusive Campus
  • p. 29, Dan Hammerquist & Michael L. Pulju, Outdoor Adventure Education: An Underutilized Tool for Student Affairs
  • p. 35, Joseph D. Levy, M.S., ABCs of Ineffective Assessment Cultures: Spelling Out the Wrongs to Make Right
  • p. 41, Joseph F. Kimes, Stressed in College: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and the Implications on Student Affairs
  • p. 47, Audrey E. Wilson, Native American Student Retention in Higher Education
  • p. 55, Olivia Des Chenes, Third Culture Kids: The Development of Global Nomads
  • p. 63, Sarah M. Stephens, Adventure-Based Learning Communities:  A Promising Synthesis Leading to Increased Student Persistence
  • p. 71, Benjamin H. Wurzel, Emerging Adulthood: A Turbulent Time for Students
  • p. 77, Nicholas Bowlby, Kristen L. Deal, Bryan Hubain, Cerise Hunt, & Saran Stewart, Who am I? An Exploration of Role Identity Formation and Socialization Throughout the U.S. Doctoral Process

Journal of Student Affairs, 21st Edition, 2012

  • p. 9, Featured Author Gwendolyn Jordan Dungy, Ph.D.,  The Magic of Leadership
  • p. 15, Jody Donovan, Ph.D., Meagan Goulian, Beau J. Johnson & Anthony G. Pang, Comparison to Celebration: Developing a Theory of Group Membership
  • p. 22, Olivia R. Des Chenes, United States Undergraduate Development through Study Abroad
  • P. 28, Lisa A. LaPoint, Cornell University Suicides: A Crisis Response Critique
  • p. 33, Michael F. Butcher, Ed.D., Franklyn Taylor, Ed.D., & Wendy Wallace, Developing Multiculturally Competent Staff Members in Higher Education
  • p. 41, Enrique Lara Nuño, Student Leadership in a Globalized World
  • p. 47, Azra Crnogorcevic, Religious Identity Development Theory: As it Applies to Muslim American College Students
  • p. 52, Kacee Collard Jarnot, Fundraising: The Cycle, Best Practices, and the Role of the Friendraiser
  • p. 58, Moises D. Padilla, Today’s Nonnative English Speaking Students
  • p. 64, Benjamin H. Wurzel, Sustainability in Higher Education

Journal of Student Affairs, 20th Edition, 2011

  • p. 11, Featured Author Keith M. Miser, Ph.D., The Journal of Student Affairs:  A Twenty-Year Reflection
  • p. 14, Matthew Birnbaum, Ph.D. & Florence M. Guido, Ph.D., 21st Century Data: Using Photography as a Method in Student Affairs Assessment
  • p. 27, Alexis M. Hendrix, Wired: Embracing Social Media on Campus
  • p. 34, Robert Haight, Jennifer Pierceall Herman, Sylvia Martinez, Ph.D., Lia Sissom & Dana Wallner, Predicting Academic Probation: Exploring Freshmen Identified as Deficient upon University Acceptance
  • p. 42, Nicole R. Scheer, Borderline Personality Disorder and Higher Education
  • P. 48, Amy J. Schultz, Closing the Gap: Historical Values and Modern Characteristics of Greek-Letter Organizations
  • p. 56, Marney E. Randle,  Multiracial Students in Higher Education: Thinking Outside of the Box
  • p. 63, Sophia Vosburg Sansone, Tracking Trends in Student Service
  • p. 69, Richard Morales & Darrick Towar-Murray,  Application of the Providing Access Through Holistic Support (P.A.T.H.S.) Program: Qualitative Investigation
  • p. 77, Joshua M. Juedes, Outcomes of Peer Education on Student Learning in Higher Education
  • p. 86, Marilee Bresciani, Ph.D., Eric Felix, Jessica Oyler, & Lauren Weiner, Ed.D, Developing and Implementing Learning Goals for Student Affairs Practitioners
  • p. 94, Theresa Jordan Wilson, The Influence of Virtual Communities on College Students’ Psychosocial Development
  • p. 101, Kristal D. Sawatzke, Hooking Up May Bring Students Down

Journal of Student Affairs, 19th Edition, 2010

  • p. 10, Khouri N. Markos, The Importance of a Global Education
  • p. 16, Lisa A. LaPoint, The Up and Down Battle for Concealed Carry at Public Universities
  • p. 24, Hannah Love, To Dream of the Dream Act
  • p. 31, Joseph T. Kowalczyk Jr., The Curriculum of Higher Education Institutions is Turning Green
  • p. 37, Jennifer C. David, New Friend Request: The Relationship Between Web 2.0 and Higher Education
  • p. 44, Christie Yeadon, College Senior Transition Programs: Transitioning from College to the Workplace
  • p. 51, Jamie L. Ellis,  Continuing the Support: Programs for Second-Year College Students
  • p. 57, Jennie M. Baran, On Campus Employment: A Form of Engagement?
  • p. 67, Claudia Magalhaes Rosty, Detox Tent Program Evaluation
  • p. 75, Mike S. Hollenbaugh, The Phenomenon of Regionally-Accredited For-Profit Institutions: A Case for Change
  • p. 81, Marilee J. Bresciani  Understanding Barriers to Student Affairs Professionals’ Engagement in Outcomes-Based Assessment of Student Learning and Development

Journal of Student Affairs, 18th Edition, 2009

  • p. 11, Kinsey M. Holloway, Understand Reentry of the Modern-Day Student-Veteran through Vietnam-Era Theory
  • p. 19, Katharine Wormus, Considering Students with Families in Higher Education
  • p. 27, Joseph D. Levy,  Distance Learning: The Struggle for Satisfaction
  • p. 34, Nicole R. Scheer, Requiring Study Abroad for a Bachelor’s Degree: A New Trend in Higher Education
  • p. 40, Kacee Collard Jarnot, Parent and Family Institutional Philosophy and On-Campus Partners
  • p. 55, Jordan E. Alexander, Implications for Student Affairs of Negative Campus Climates for Transgender Students
  • p. 62, Travis Annan, High-Conflict Stages of Racial Identity Development: Facilitating Dialogue in Residence Halls between African American and White College Students
  • p. 69, Emily Ambrose, Heteroflexibility: Bending the Existing Label Triangle
  • p. 76, Priscilla Gardea, The Bigger the Better: Muscle Dysmorphia
  • p. 80, Gene W. Gloeckner, Jennifer L. Matheson, Lisa A. Miller, & Marty J. Rein, Addressing High-Risk Drinking at the University Level: Back on TRAC
  • p. 90, Zach Mercurio, The Modern Role of Diversity and Cultural-Awareness Programs  in Response to Increasing Campus Diversification:  A Literature Review
  • p. 98, James H. Banning, Linda Kuk, & David Thomas, Enhancing Student Organizations as Agents for Community Development  and Civic Engagement

Journal of Student Affairs, 17th Edition, 2008

  • p. 9, James Banning, Linda Kuk & David Thomas, Student Organizations and Their Relationship to the Institution: A Dynamic Framework
  • p. 21, Richard Okamoto, An Emerging Population in Higher Education: Students with Asperger Syndrome
  • p. 30, Cynthia Scarpa, Breaking Down Barriers: Examining the Effects of Race and Ability on Study Abroad Participation
  • p. 36, Alejandro Covarrubias, A Holistic Approach to Addressing Men’s Issues in Higher Education through Chickering’s Student Development Theory
  • p. 42, Kyle L. Carpenter, Comprehensive Affirmative Action: An Alternative Perspective on Racial and Socio-Economic Admission Policies
  • p. 48, Chris Linder, A Zero-Sum Game? The Popular Media and Gender Gap in Higher Education
  • p. 57, Danielle L. Martinez, When Corporate Meets College: Corporate Sponsorship in Higher Education

Journal of Student Affairs, 16th Edition, 2007

  • p. 10, Guest Authors Shay Bright, Tom Cavanagh, & Cori Shaff, Restorative Justice at Colorado State
  • p. 17, Guest Author Keith M. Miser, Student Affairs: A Reflection
  • p. 22, N. A. Hinkley, Beyond Yellow Ribbons: Using the 2006 Colorado State University Deployment Assessment to Provide Support for College Students Affected by the Deployment of a Friend or Family Member
  • p. 29, Jimmy R. Ellis, Examining the Low College Graduation Rates of Black Students
  • p. 35, Landy Douglas, College Suicide and Wrongful Death: An Analysis of Institutional Self-Preservation
  • p. 43, Clint Galloway, Put Me In Coach: A Closer Look at Athletic Identity

Journal of Student Affairs, 15th Edition, 2006

  • p. 10, Featured Author Linda Kuk,  A Fifteen Year Comparison of Professional Issues Covered by Student Affairs Journals
  • p. 20, Featured Author James H. Banning, Mirrors of Privilege: A Personal Narrative
  • p. 26, Rosemary Kreston, S. Mikiko Kumasaka, & Jennifer Williams Molock, Project GO: The Evolving Legacy of Advocacy
  • p. 32, Ryan Paul Barone, Beyond the Gender Gap: Exploring the Male Student Experience in Higher Education
  • p. 41, James H. Banning, Stephanie A. Clemons, & David A. McKelfresh, Residence Hall Room Design: Researching Sense of Place and Sense of Self
  • p. 50, Marissa L. Weiss,  Transfer Student Marginality
  • p. 58, Jeremy N. Davis, International Houses: Maintaining an Ethno-relative Perspective on Campus
  • p. 63, Lauren Streitfeld, Identity Theft: The Importance of Increasing Awareness on Campus

Journal of Student Affairs, 14th Edition, 2005

  • p. 10, Jason Borges Courtney Sandle, Broadening the Scope of Advocacy: Supporting Students with Mental Health Challenges as Student Affairs Professionals
  • p. 17, Daniela K. Cigularova, Psychosocial Adjustment of International Students
  • p. 25, Annalyn Cruz, Glenn DeGuzman, Tari E. Hunter, Carmen Rivera & Christine Whang, The Students of Color Network: Past, Present, & Future
  • p. 32, Jody Donovan & Lehala Johnson, Exploring the Experiences of First-Generation, Multiethnic Undergraduate College Students
  • p. 40, Heather M. Eggsware, Impact of Parent Educational Achievement on First-Generation Student Success
  • p. 47, Emily Gaspar & Jennifer Frost,  Upskirting and Camera Phones

Journal of Student Affairs, 13th Edition, 2004

  • James Banning, Stephanie Clemons & David McKelfresh, Importance of Sense of Place and Sense of Self in Residence Hall Room Design
  • Lisa Ingarfield, International Students and Immigration: The Introduction of SEVIS
  • Jody Donovan & Linda Kuk, Women in Higher Education Revisited: Intergenerational Conversations
  • Sylvia Mendez, Chicano(a) and Mexican American College Students: Examining the Relationship between Academic Self-Concept and Academic Achievement
  • Mark Denke & Zane Reif, Changing Social Culture on Campus: A Study of Existing Alternative Programming Initiatives
  • Haley Richards, The Effects of Work on Students’ Academic Persistence and Overall Collegiate Experiences
  • Jeremy Davis & Nicholas Sweeton, The Evolution of In Loco Parentis

Journal of Student Affairs, 12th Edition, 2003

  • Guest Authors Alicia F. Chavez & Florence Guido-DiBrito, Understanding the Ethnic Self: Learning and Teaching in a Multicultural World
  • Erin Cross &  Rustain Morgan, Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors of College Students
  • Jody Donovan, Changing Demographics and Generational Shifts: Understanding and Working with the Families of Today’s College Students
  • Jennifer Frost, College Students Beyond September 11th
  • Lea R. Hanson & Jill Zambito, The Troubling Issues Facing International Students Today
  • Blanche Hughes & Linda Kuk, Bridging the Competency Gap for New Professionals
  • Patrick Rastall & Seth Webb, First Tracks: A Qualitative Assessment of a Freshman Adventure Based Orientation Program
  • Wendy Stultz, Global and Domestic Nomads or Third Culture kids: Who Are They and What the University Needs to Know

Journal of Student Affairs, 11th Edition, 2002

  • p. 11, Portia O. Bacor, The Climate in Higher Education: The Impact of Diversity and Multiculturalism on the Campus Climate and Today’s College Students
  • p. 21, James H. Banning, Student Development: In-Between Buildings
  • p. 27, Stephanie A. Clemons, Women Administrators’ Leadership Stories: Another Piece of the Puzzle
  • p. 42, Heather Shea Gasser,  Portraits of Individuality: A Qualitative Study of Multiracial College Students
  • p. 54, Lea R. Hanson, Indigenous Names and Mascots as Symbols of School Spirit
  • p. 61, Rebecca Newman-Gonchar, Civility in Higher Education
  • p. 72, Zane S. Reif, Academic Integrity and the Student Affairs Professional
  • p. 82, Wendy S. Stultz, An Explanation of the Bennett Model of Intercultural Sensitivity
  • p. 93, Jill Zambito, Students of Color in Study Abroad Programs

Journal of Student Affairs, 10th Edition, 2001

  • p. 9, James H. Banning & Christopher E. Bryner,  A Framework for Organizing the Scholarship of Campus Ecology
  • p. 21, Mercedes A. Benton, Today’s College Student: Challenges African American Students Face at Predominantly White Institutions
  • p. 29, Laura L. Dicke, Throwing a Pebble Into the Pond: The Impact of the President’s Leadership Program on Students’ Ethical Leadership Development
  • p. 42, Keith E. Edwards & Heather S. Gasser,  He Said/She Said: The Legal Issues Surrounding Sexual Assault on Campus
  • p. 55, Jason A. Kinnear & Wendy S. Stultz,  Day In the Mountains: International Student Orientation and Cross-Cultural Seminar
  • p. 62, Kerry Knowlton, The Beast Within: An Exploration into Eating Disorders Among College Women
  • p. 69, Mark Koepsell & Joseph J. Lanter, Substance-Free Housing: A Solution to the Binge Drinking Problem in Today’s College Fraternity
  • p. 78, Wendy Morgan, A Journey Through Adult Student Involvement on Campus
  • p. 86, Jose-Luis Riera & Sarah C. Woodside, Destination: Belize
  • p. 98, David Rosch, The Community Action Plan: Adding Intentional Interventions to the Residence Hall Experience

Journal of Student Affairs, 9th Edition, 2000

  • p. 11, James H. Banning, Bumper Sticker Ethnography: A Study of Campus Culture
  • p. 18, Lisa D. Campos, How the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is Affecting Today’s College Student
  • p. 25, Stephanie Clemons, Ph.D., Enhancing the Physical Interior Environment of the Workplace: Tips for Student Affairs and Higher Education Administrators
  • p. 33, Mark S. Denke & Ed.D., Ray F. Gasser M.S., Organizational Illuminatus: The Effects of Major Exigency at Colorado State University
  • p. 42, Keith Edwards & Nick Sweeton, Learning Communities: Past, Present, and Future
  • p. 52, Andrew R. Feldman & Jennifer G. Roy,  The Legality and Constitutionality of Mandatory Students Fees: The Campus Climate for Student Organizations After Rosenberger and Southworth
  • p. 62, Laura M. Hattas, Just E-mail Me: Students of the Information and Technology Age
  • p. 69, Randy R. McCrillis, An Assessment of International Students Needs in the United States
  • p. 77, Rebecca A. Newman-Gonchar, The Role of Orientation Program in Guiding Freshmen Transition to College Life
  • p. 85, Brett E. Perozzi, Ph.D., Connecting Culture and Vision: Prescriptions for the Leader
  • p. 93, Jose-Luis Riera  Academic Life on the College Campus
  • p. 101, Reviewed by Wendy M. Wallace, Book Review – Gender on Campus: Issues for College Women, by Sharon Bohn Gmelch

Journal of Student Affairs, 8th Edition, 1999

  • p. 10, Katy Casserly, An Educational Advantage for Women: Women’s Colleges
  • p. 17, Stephanie Clemons Ph.D. & Gene Gloeckner, Ph.D.,   How Women Administrators in Public Higher Education Institutions Choose their “Battles”
  • p. 34, Laura L. Dicke & Wendy M. Wallace  Responding to Off-Campus Misconduct
  • p. 47, Jennifer Hamilton & Paul Shang, Ph.D., A Qualitative Study of the Experiences of Black Students Attending a Canadian University
  • p. 59, Brian Keintz, Student Relationships: An Analysis of Peer, Faculty, and Staff Effectiveness
  • p. 71, Gregory R. Kish,  The Importance of Programming in Family Housing
  • p. 77, Jonne Kraning, Mark Kretovics, Ph.D., & Stevie Honaker, Career Centers: Changing Needs Require Changing Paradigms
  • p. 85, Susana M. Rundquist, The Historical Development of Chicano/a Student Organizations: Their Role in Post-Secondary Education Recruitment and Retention
  • p. 95, Heather D. Shea, Senior Year Transitions: From College to Career and From Undergraduate to Graduate School

Journal of Student Affairs, 7th Edition, 1998

  • p. 9, Andrew R. Feldman, Today’s College Students: A Confederacy of Political Dunces?
  • p. 18, Tracy Souverein, The Challenge of Balance for Non-Traditional Female Students
  • p. 26, Sharon K. Anderson & Ph.D., James H. Banning, Ph.D.,  Creating an Ethical Environment: A Journey Looking for a Roadmap
  • p. 35, David Rosch, Morals in Motion
  • p. 44, Troy Noeldner, Building Residence Hall Communities to Enhance the Individual
  • p. 50, Nichol Kleespies &  Ashley Struck, Is Free Speech Absolute in the Classroom?
  • p. 62, Blanche Hughes, Ph.D. & Jennifer G. Roy, Factors that Deter Black/African-American Students from Pursuing Resident Assistant Staff Positions at Colorado State University
  • p. 74, Stephanie Clemons,  Status of Women in Higher Education Administration
  • p. 85, Glenn Ryan DeGuzman, The Impact of the Model Minority Myth in Higher Education
  • p. 92, Ray Gasser, A Comprehensive Residence Hall Programming Model
  • p. 102, Therese Lask, Orientation from a Distance: Connecting our New Students to Campus Utilizing Video Conferencing (Program Review)
  • p. 108, Paul Shang. Ph.D., The Moral Intelligence of Children (Book Review)
  • p. 112, Keith M. Miser, Ph.D., A Final Thought

Journal of Student Affairs, 6th Edition, 1997

Journal of Student Affairs, 5th Edition, 1996

  • p. 2, Patrick W. Rastall, A Qualitative Look at a High Ropes Course Experience
  • p. 10, Jeffrey Alan Hoffnum, Applying Astin’s Involvement Theory to Student-Faculty Interaction
  • p. 17, Becki Eatch & Jennifer Iannacone, The Importance of Students and Their Use of Power Through Student Activism
  • p. 30, DeEna M. Jones, Incorporating the Concept of Internalized Oppression into Campus Training Models
  • p. 37, Allison V. Carroll, Increasing the Participation of Historically Underrepresented Students in Study Abroad Programs
  • p. 46, Linda Cleeland, Using Student Development Theory to Enhance Experience Based Learning
  • p. 53, Tricia L Sullivan, Meeting the Needs of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Students on Campus
  • p. 63, Nancy Barrow & Sunshine B. Martin,  Student Organizations and Institutional Legal Liability
  • p. 72, R. James Emery, Historically Black Colleges & Universities: A Model of Success for Historically White Institutions
  • p. 80, Mariam G. Taft,  Exploring Gender Theory in the Context of Greek Life
  • p. 89, Ray F. Gasser, Application of Astin’s Involvement Theory toward Residence Hall Programming in the 1990’s
  • p. 96, Dr. James H. Banning  Viewing Students as Consumers is Short Changing Everyone!

Journal of Student Affairs, 4th Edition, 1995

  • p. 2, Dr. James H. Banning, Ecological Thinking and Moral Behavior in Student Affairs Organizations: Importance of Feminist Leadership
  • p. 8, Brett E. Beal  The Ethic of Care as the Cornerstone of a Student Volunteer Program
  • p. 19, Martha H. Fosdick  Spirituality: The Cornerstone for Student Affair
  • p. 31, Janet Hinshaw,  A Plan to Increase Multicultural Awareness in Residence Halls on Predominantly White Campuses
  • p. 39, DeEtta M. Jones, Understanding Identity Development to Meet Needs of African American Students
  • p. 45, Diana Kotewa, Transitions and Adaptations: Theory and Thoughts to Ponder
  • p. 53, Dr. Michael T. Miller & Dr. Daniel P. Nadler, Orientation Priorities Based on Institutional Type: The Perspective of Chief Student Affairs Officers
  • p. 62, Keith Robinder, From Individualism to Autonomy: Understanding the Importance of Community Development
  • p. 69, Rick Treter,  Career Development Revisited: Gay Male Issues in Holland’s Theory of Career Development
  • p. 80, Alicia K. Vik, The New Generation of Activists: The Baby Busters
  • p. 86, Laurie A. Weaver,  Faculty Use of Perry’s Intellectual Development Model
  • p. 94, Review by Dr. David A. McKelfresh,  Realizing the Educational Potential of Residence Halls

Journal of Student Affairs, 3rd Edition, 1994

Journal of Student Affairs, 2nd Edition, 1993

Journal of Student Affairs, 1st Edition, 1992