College Student Hazing Experiences, Attitudes, and Perceptions: Implications for Prevention
Hazing is at odds with educational goals as it can harm students and contribute to abusive campus climates, negative publicity, and student attrition. From this perspective, hazing in any one organization or team, among any group of individuals, is an issue with campus-wide implications that go beyond the specific organizations and/or individuals involved.
Meet the 2019-2020 NASPA Board Chair, an Interview with Denzil Suite
Meet the 2019-2020 NASPA Board Chair, Dr. Denzil Suite the Vice President for Student Life at the University of Washington.
SA Weekly: April 15
It is that time of the week again – welcome to SA Weekly. Catch up on higher ed news, NASPA research and policy, constituent blogs, and more.
SA Weekly: April 8
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Kinesiology Students’ Perceptions of Ambivalent Sexism
Women’s participation in collegiate sports has steadily risen since the 1980s, yet sport-related professions and education continue to be dominated by men. In 2014, there were approximately 208,000 NCAA female student-athletes competing on 9,581 NCAA women’s sports teams, of which 43.4% had female head coaches. While female student-athletes make up almost 50% of total NCAA student-athletes, the opportunities for women as sport administrators have not progressed at the same rate as participation opportunities.
SA Weekly: April 1
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Driving Towards a Degree: The Evolution of Student Supports in Higher Education
Last summer, Tyton Partners, Babson Survey Research Group, and several high education professional associations, including NASPA, launched a survey to measure the adoption and impact of various structures, processes, practices, and technologies related to student success in higher education. This work culminated in the publication of the largest longitudinal, nation-wide, study of student supports garnered from survey responses.
SA Weekly: March 25
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NASPA Response to Executive Order on Free Speech on College Campuses
The principles of the 1st Amendment are at the very heart of the college experience and are vigorously defended and supported at American colleges and universities. The right of free speech and the well-established “marketplace of ideas” are the foundation upon which campuses manage speakers, art exhibits, protests, entertainment. and countless other activities on today’s college campus.