JournalStudentAff.gif NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education is pleased to announce the inaugural issue of Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (formerly NASPA Journal).

Articles for the first numbers of the journal can be found at:

Special Features

Underlying Paradigms in Student Affairs Research and Practice
Florence M. Guido, Alicia F. Chávez, and Yvonna S. Lincoln

Innovations in Research and Scholarship Features

Melvene Draheim Hardee: A Touchstone of the Profession
Sally E. Click and Michael D. Coomes

College Men’s Experiences as Men: Findings and Implications from Two Grounded Theory Studies6
Frank Harris III and Keith E. Edwards

Innovations in Practice Features

The 2008 Amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act: Implications for Student Affairs Practitioners
Lisa A. Burke, John Friedl, and Michelle Rigler

Building Bridges: Community College Practitioners as Retention Leaders10
Michael J. Stebleton and LeAnne Schmidt

International Features

Student Transfer Policies and Practices in the United States and Europe: Mobility without Loss of Credit
Megan M. Chase

Media Features and Reviews

Review of College Organization and Professional Development: Integrating Moral Reasoning and Reflective Practice
Frank Shushok Jr.

Demystifying Social Media
Frank Michael Muñoz and Katherine C. Strotmeyer

Review of Learning as a Way of Leading: Lessons from the Struggle for Social Justice
Jessica White

The Toolbox Newsletters,
Jennifer L. Bloom

Review of Working-Class Students at Radcliffe College, 1940-1970: The Intersection of Gender, Social Class, and Historical Context
Will Barratt
About this journal
The mission of Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice is to publish the most rigorous, relevant, and well-respected research that makes a difference in student affairs practice. Formerly known as NASPA Journal, Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice fosters open and critical discourse within and across disciplines from the perspective of student affairs in higher education. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice is indexed in Educational Indexes/Abstracts and ERIC.