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In celebration of the 20-year anniversary of the Journal of College and Character, the editors have assembled this special collection of articles.
What is Reauthorization?
Visions from an AfroLatinaMamiScholar
The Science Identity Experiences of Undergraduate, Foreign-Born Immigrant Women in STEM at U.S. Institutions
NASPA Announces the Advising Success Network
Strategies for Navigating Imposter Syndrome as a Graduate Student and New Professional
SA Weekly: February 3
Preparing for the 2020 Legislative Session
Is It the Thought That Counts? Gift-Giving in an Intercultural Context
Civic Religious Pluralism Needs Many Anchors on Campus
Wringing Out Your Brain: Higher Educational Professionals and Self-Care
Thriving as an AVP in the Midst of Organizational
Hoops and Hurdles of Financial Aid: Where the EFC Falls Short
Engaging Student Governments in Public Policy
Student Affairs’s Voice, Visibility, and Relevance in Higher Education Administration
2019-2020 NASPA Annual Award Winners
NASPA Reports Equitable Services for Accused Students
NASPA Releases Research Report on Support Services for Respondents in Sexual Misconduct Cases
'First-Gen' Proud: Campuses Are Celebrating An Overlooked Group. But Is That Enough?