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  • Introducing the Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education


    We are thrilled to announce that the NASPA Board has approved the new title for the journal, and that, beginning in January 2019, we will begin publishing the Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education.

    Posted on September 19, 2018 at 01:18 PM By Amy Bergerson and Margaret Sallee, JWG Co-Editors
  • SA Weekly: September 17


    SA Weekly - your new destination for higher ed news, NASPA research and policy, constituent blogs, and more. Catch up on everything that has happened in the last week including: "Student Borrowers And Advocates Win Court Case Against DeVos," "After the Hurricane" and "Under Threat At Home, Refugee Scholars Find Academic Havens At U.S. Universities."

    Posted on September 17, 2018 at 05:24 PM By Maya Ward-Fineman, Marketing and Communications Coordinator
  • Latinx/a/o Call to Action


    Latinx/a/o professionals are increasingly growing in higher education and while there are many respected professionals throughout the country making their gente proud and contributing to the solutions of the world, one could argue Latinx/a/o contributions to the world of scholarship, student success initiatives and leadership is still rather unknown.

    Posted on September 13, 2018 at 11:11 AM By Claudia Mercado, Latinx/a/o Knowledge Community
  • SA Weekly: September 10


    Labor Day has come and gone, and fall is on its way. Stay up to date with SA Weekly, your new destination for higher ed news, NASPA research and policy, constituent blogs, and more.

    Posted on September 10, 2018 at 04:05 PM By Maya Ward-Fineman, Marketing and Communications Coordinator
  • Being an Ally to Community Colleges


    The work I have done as an educator and administrator in student affairs has been mostly connected to diversity, inclusion, and equity. In addition to that, my educational experiences have all been at private and religious affiliated institutions. Where these experiences intersect is how I found my way towards advocating for the increase in understanding of Latinx/a/o students in community colleges.

    Posted on September 6, 2018 at 03:07 PM By Juan Carlos Matos, Latinx/a/o Knowledge Community