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Leaning into Discomfort: Diving into Religious, Spiritual, and Secular Identities
I have realized that although we as a field acknowledge the importance of the spiritual and moral development of college students, we rarely take the time to fully understand and appreciate these identities of our students.
SA Weekly: August 13
SA – Weekly, your new destination for higher ed news, NASPA research and policy, constituent blogs, and more. This week's highlights include: "For-Profits Keep Access to Billions in Aid," "White House, and Kushner, Dig Into Higher Ed," "The Link Between Completion and Loan Repayment," and "What You Need to Know About Borrower Defense to Repayment" from the NASPA Research and Policy Institute.
A Year Later: Reflections on Charlottesville
University of Virginia alumna and NASPA Assistant Vice President for Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, Monica Nixon considers the events of Charlottesville on its one year anniversary.
2018 NUFP Dungy Leadership Institute: University of Illinois at Chicago
This summer 32 students and 10 faculty members met at the University of Illinois at Chicago to live and learn together in this NUFP signature event. 2017-2018 NUFP Fellow Johana Gourdin reflects on the six-day leadership institute aimed at developing your leadership skills, enhancing cultural competencies, and preparing career in student affairs.
SA Weekly: August 6
Welcome to SA Weekly, your new destination for higher ed news, NASPA research and policy, constituent blogs, and more.