The Women in Student Affairs (WISA) Knowledge Community is an important resource for connecting with other womxn in the profession and with NASPA. Looking to discuss current issues and concerns? Need resources and tools to address an issue or enhance your skills? Want to contribute to cutting-edge research on womxn in higher education? WISA offers these opportunities and more to connect and get involved through our blog, social media sites, research and regional and national activities. We invite you to join our community!
Starting in late April, 2019, the NASPA Research and Policy Institute blog has been merged into the NASPA blog! Check us out there: http://www.naspa.org/about/blog
This is a call for bloggers that are interested in sharing and discussing current issues that concern womxn in student affairs.
The power of empathy and vulnerability as a student affairs professional and how embracing both of those things can help you become a better student affairs professional.
This article discusses the challenges and obstacles students and faculty that identify with the LGBTQ+ community face while interacting and residing in Higher Education campuses and settings.
The following article discusses the resources and tools that are effective in maintaining inclusive hiring practices.
The following article is a personal story about reaching out for new opportunities throughout your career.