College Student Affairs Journal

College Student Affairs Journal is an academic journal focusing on College Student Affairs

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 1, Fall

College Students' Experiences and Perceptions of Harassment on Campus: An Exploration of Gender Differences
Using a campus climate assessment instrument developed by Rankin (1998), we surveyed students (N = 7,347) from 10 campuses to explore the different experiences with harassment and campus climates reported by men and women. Both men and women reported...
Eating Disorders in Female College Athletes: Risk Factors, Prevention, and Treatment
Female athletes are at risk for developing eating disorders because of the pressures that are placed on them by society, their peers, their coaches, and the sports culture itself. This paper reviews the literature on the risk factors involved and various...
Editorial
Ten years ago, I began the second phase of my student affairs career by moving from my position as the Director of Residential Life to being a full time faculty member in the Clemson Student Affairs Graduate Preparation Program. In making this career...
Five Thorny Questions to Ask When Planning for an Avian Flu Pandemic
Public health experts project a strong possibility that an avian flu pandemic will occur in the next 4 years, and the federal government has already warned that states and localities must make their own plans for this event since such a broad scale public...
Memorial to Jesse C. Sawyer
FIRST EDITOR OF THE COLLEGE STUDENT AFFAIRS JOURNALIt is an honor to have been asked to develop a memorial statement to Dr. Jesse C. Sawyer. "Buzz" Sawyer was the name most of us used to refer to him. He and I worked together for over a decade at The...
Promoting Reasonable Expectations: Aligning Student and Institutional Views of the College Experience
Miller, T. W., Bender, B. E., Schuh, J. H., & Associates (Eds.). (2005). Promoting reasonable expectations: Aligning student and institutional views of the college experience. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 264 pages, ISBN: 0-7879-7624-5Reviewed by...
Supervision of New Professionals in Student Affairs: Assessing and Addressing Needs
This qualitative study examined the supervision of new professionals from the perspectives of new professionals and their supervisors. Analysis of interviews with four new professionals and their supervisors suggested the following: (a) supervisors supervised...
The Luke Principle: Counting the Costs of Organizational Change for One-Stop Service Models in Student Affairs
For which of you, intending to build a tower, sitteth not down first, and counteth the cost, whether he have sufficient to finish it? Lest haply, after he hath laid the foundation, and is not able to finish it, all that behold it begin to mock him, saying,...
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