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A message of solidarity with those impacted by the events in Afghanistan
Behind the Scenes: Our Presence is Resistance: Stories of Black Women in Senior-Level Student Affairs Positions at Predominantly White Institutions
Starting Year 6 as a “New Professional”
Behind the Scenes: Developing Computing and Technology Leaders: How Undergraduate Women Make Meaning of Their Leadership Experiences
Fusion: Elevating Function and Assessment
Behind the Scenes: ProjectQED: Building an Inclusive Department for Queer and Trans Students, Staff, and Faculty
Simple Serendipity and Happy Happenstance
Successfully Shaping the Two-Way Street of Supervision as a New Employee
Running A Marathon with No End in Sight: The Pandemic and Higher Ed Working Moms
Behind the Scenes: Book Review: Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.
Finding Our Essentials
Behind the Scenes: When the Campus is the Locker Room
Supporting Native Students through Native Fraternities and Sororities
How Can Higher Education Institutions Better Equip College Student Peers to Engage With Diverse Populations More Effectively? Critical Conversations #26
Civic Religious Pluralism: Native American Teachings are Central to Interfaith Leadership
Questions Relating to Moral Development: JCC, August 2021
A Letter to My Best Friend’s Baby
Legislation against Critical Race Theory: Are Critical Religious Theories Next?