“Umbrella Parenting”: a Positive Alternative to Support College Student Succes
Working with students' parents and family may be one of the more difficult aspects of being a student affairs practitioner. But it doesn't have to be that way. Colorado State University's Jody Donovan advances the theory of "Umbrella Parenting" to better describe the role that parents can fill as their students grow and develop on campus.
Why Can’t We Talk About Race?
"To quote the always insightful James Baldwin, “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” The classroom is not meant to be a comfortable place all the time but that discomfort is being challenged when the topic of Race and structural racism is discussed. This article from Chronicle Vitae by Noliwe Rooks is an insightful look at the issue.
Release: 2013-2014 Conference NUFP Note
Want updates for what's going on in NUFP right now? Check out the fifth NUFP Note from the NASPA Office.
Why I Do What I Do
Nathan Victoria explores the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program and discusses how it has shaped everything he's done.
Welcome to the NASPA Blog!
We're excited to announce the launch of the new NASPA Blog, your home for all of the things happening in the world of NASPA!
Are You Ready to #LeadTheBreak?
The BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA and The Century Council are excited to announce the #leadthebreak Instagram Sweepstakes, beginning today, to give students incentive to proudly show how they plan to spend spring break. Students who participate in the sweepstakes will be signing up for a chance to win several prizes.