Journal of Student Affairs

JoSA Articles, 2005-Present

Alphabetical Listing by Author

Carter, H., & Tapia-Rodriguez, F. (2005). There's no place like home: Students of color finding a connection and succeeding within a large urban institution. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 1, 22–30.

Crutchfield, K. L., & Rana, A. (2006). Australian and United States' systems of student services in higher education: Learning through a study tour experience. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 2, 5–12.

Domingue, A. (2005). A look inside the rainbow: Assessing the wellness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 1, 13–21.

Duckett, M. (2006). College-aged women and leadership: Understanding the variables impacting college-aged women student leaders. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 2, 13–20.

Ellett, T. (2007). Challenges for urban institutions: Creating community and personal connections. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 3, 23–33.

Goldberg, B. (2008). New priorities for the American community college: Revitalizing the transfer function. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 4, 2-11.

Hersh, S. (2007). Exploring a new dimension of college student retention: Undergraduate leaves of absence. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 3, 14–22.

Jacob, N. V. (2005). When the Constitution counts on campus: College student speech rights and the cases that define them. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 1, 31–37.

Khan, M. (2008). First generation college students: Finding an identity and fulfilling dreams. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 4, 12-18.

Neely, D. S. (2005). Diversity education in the public service: Promoting social justice through service learning. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 1, 5–12.

Neely, D. S. (2007). Passion or obligation? Assessing student outcomes achieved by mandatory community service participation. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 3, 3–13.

Pan, J. (2005). Understanding ethnic identity development among Asian Pacific American college students. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 1, 45–51.

Radomski, K. T. (2006). College honors programs: What are we really doing for gifted college students? Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 2, 21–28.

Richter, D. (2008). From Mexico to American college campuses: Hispanic immigration, interpersonal relationships and identity formation. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 4, 19-26.

Richter, D. (2008). The role of the internet in students' college selection process and admissions recruitment strategies: A review of the literature. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 4, online only.

Sebeck, L. (2005). Underrepresented groups in study-abroad programs. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 1, 38–44.

Shapses, S. (2006). (DIS)COURSE: Method of cross-cultural communication. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 2, 29–36.

Timberlake, A. (2006). Support programs for first-generation college students: A review and a call to action. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 2, 37–45.

West, M. (2007). The effects of informal faculty-student interactions on academic and social integration in first-year students. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 3, 34–41.

Yousey, K. (2008). Building assessment into student affairs practice. Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, 4, 27-35.