Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice
Ed. by Wawrzynski, Matthew R.
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- NASPA Journal Volume 46, Issue 4
- The Mental Health Needs of Today's College Students: Challenges and Recommendations by Kitzrow, Martha Anne
- Do Fraternities and Sororities Enhance Socially Responsible Leadership? by Martin, Georgianna L./ Hevel, Michael S. and Pascarella, Ernest T.
- Do Fraternities and Sororities Still Enhance Socially Responsible Leadership? Evidence From the Fourth Year of College by Hevel, Michael S./ Martin, Georgianna L. and Pascarella, Ernest T.
- U.S. Military Veterans Transition to College: Combat, PTSD, and Alienation on Campus by Elliott, Marta/ Gonzalez, Carlene and Larsen, Barbara
- Sorority Women’s and Fraternity Men’s Rape Myth Acceptance and Bystander Intervention Attitudes by Bannon, R. Sean/ Brosi, Matthew W. and Foubert, John D.
- Student Service Members/Veterans in Higher Education: A Systematic Review by Barry, Adam E./ Whiteman, Shawn D. and MacDermid Wadsworth, Shelley
- The Relationship Between Engagement in Cocurricular Activities and Academic Performance: Exploring Gender Differences by Zacherman, Avi and Foubert, John
- Fraternities and Sororities Shaping the Campus Climate of Personal and Social Responsibility by Barnhardt, Cassie L.
- Showing the Love: Predictors of Student Loyalty to Undergraduate Institutions by Vianden, Jörg and Barlow, Patrick J.
- The Role of Social Perspective-Taking in Developing Students’ Leadership Capacities by Dugan, John P./ Bohle, Christopher W./ Woelker, Lindsey R. and Cooney, Matthew A.
- NASPA Journal Volume 45, Issue 1
- Living Learning Communities and Students’ Sense of Community and Belonging by Spanierman, Lisa B./ Soble, Jason R./ Mayfield, Jennifer B./ Neville, Helen A./ Aber, Mark/ Khuri, Lydia and De La Rosa, Belinda
- NASPA Journal vol 43 no 1
- Exploring the Parental Role in First-Year Students’ Emotional Well-Being: Considerations by Gender by Sax, Linda J. and Weintraub, Dayna S.
- Development of Professional Identity Through Socialization in Graduate School by Liddell, Debora L./ Wilson, Maureen E./ Pasquesi, Kira/ Hirschy, Amy S. and Boyle, Kathleen M.
- The Importance of College Roommate Relationships: A Review and Systemic Conceptualization by Erb, Sarah E./ Renshaw, Keith D./ Short, Jerome L. and Pollard, Jeffrey W.
- Understanding Intent to Leave the Field: A Study of Student Affairs Master’s Students’ Career Plans by Silver, Blake R. and Jakeman, Rick C.
- Campus Microclimates for LGBT Faculty, Staff, and Students: An Exploration of the Intersections of Social Identity and Campus Roles by Vaccaro, Annemarie
- Coming Home: Student Veterans' Articulation of College Re-enrollment by Livingston, Wade G./ Havice, Pamela A./ Cawthon, Tony W. and Fleming, David S.
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- An Assessment of Skills and Competencies Necessary for Entry-Level Student Affairs Work
- Recreational Prescription Drug Use Among College Students
- Attitudes Toward Diversity and Living-Learning Outcomes Among First- and Second-Year College Students
- Greeks and Grades: The First-Year Experience
- The Social Benefits of Intramural Sports
- The Impact of Institutional Size on Student Engagement
- The Role of Living-Learning Programs in Students' Perceptions of Intellectual Growth at Three Large Universities
- Rethinking Criteria for Training and Selection: An Inquiry Into the Emotional Intelligence of Resident Assistants
- Effects of Involvement in Clubs and Organizations on the Psychosocial Development of First-Year and Senior College Students
- Shaping Student Affairs Leadership Through Global Perspectives
- NASPA Journal vol 43 no 1
This article reviews the results from an in-depth multisite case study of 20 institutions examining approaches to student engagement exploring differences by institutional type. The two research questions pursued were: Is size related to distinctive approaches for creating an engaging environment for students? If so, in what ways? The results demonstrate a relationship between size and four benchmarks. Implications for institutional and national policy are reviewed.