Academic journal article College Student Affairs Journal

From the Editors

Academic journal article College Student Affairs Journal

From the Editors

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In November 2013, the Southern Association for College Student Affairs Executive Council chose us, Dr. Aaron Hughey and Dr. April Heiselt as the new coeditors of the College Student Affairs Journal. It was an honor to be selected for this position and we appreciate the support we have been given by our CSAJ team, colleagues, authors, and friends as we begin this endeavor. Work on an academic journal is a team effort; therefore, we would be remiss if we did not thank the outgoing CSAJ editors, T. Elon Dancy II and Ronald W. Mitchell, as well as Chad Mortensen, their senior editorial assistant, for their exceptional service to CSAJ and to the Southern Association for College Student Affairs. Their leadership over the past 3 years has been appreciated; their effort to keep the journal in the forefront of the student affairs profession has been noteworthy.

We would like to begin by introducing CSAJ's new editorial team. This issue would not have been possible without the conscientious and dedicated support of Dr. Danielle K. Molina, assistant professor at Mississippi State University; Dr. Monica G. Burke, assistant professor at Western Ken- tucky University; Dr. Chris Linder, assistant professor at the University of Georgia, and Dr. Brian Bourke, assistant professor at Murray State University. These individuals have put in countless hours coordinating the many tasks that go into making CSAJ a reality.

The current "'special issue" of the College Student Affairs Journal contains submissions that were already accepted for publication at the time we began our tenure as coeditors. Please enjoy these wide-ranging, interesting, and relevant articles as they represent a variety of the thought-pro- voking topics under study within the field of student affairs. …

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