Academic journal article College Student Affairs Journal

From the Editors

Academic journal article College Student Affairs Journal

From the Editors

Article excerpt

In November 2013, the Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) Executive Council chose Dr. Aaron Hughey and Dr. April Heiselt as the new co-editors of the College Student Affairs Journal. It was an honor to be selected for this position and we appreciated the support we were given by the Executive Council, our CSAJ team, colleagues, authors, and friends. This past July, Dr. Heiselt accepted a position outside the SACSA region and therefore decided to resign as co-editor of the Journal. Dr. Heiselt's leadership over the past two years has been appreciated; her tireless effort to keep the Journal in the forefront of the student affairs profession is noteworthy. It is important to note that the articles published in the current issue of CSAJ and the one that will follow next Spring were accepted during her tenure as co-editor and therefore she is deserving of the credit for helping to navigate them through the editorial process. The quality of these articles speaks to her high standards and dedication; her contributions to the process were instrumental in helping to move the publication forward and she will be greatly missed. In order to maintain continuity during a time of exceptional transition, Dr. Brian Bourke, one of the Associate Editors, was asked by the Executive Council to assume the role of co-editor of the Journal. Dr. Bourke is an assistant professor at Murray State University. He brings years of experience to the editorial process and he hit the road running with respect to this assignment. Leadership, vision, proficiency, and hard-work are the keys to the success of an academic journal; Brian has all the necessary bases securely covered.

Dr. Hughey and Dr. Bourke would like to offer their profound thanks to the current CSAJ editorial team; this issue would not have been possible without the conscientious, enthusiastic, and steadfast support of our Associate Editors: Dr. Monica G. Burke, assistant professor at Western Kentucky University; Dr. Chris Linder, assistant professor at the University of Georgia; and Dr. Darris R. Means, also an assistant professor at the University of Georgia. These professionals have put in countless hours coordinating the many tasks that go into making CSAJ a reality. What you are now reading would not be possible without their 'above and beyond' devotion to producing a resource of the highest quality possible for our profession. …

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