Supporting graduate and professional students: the role of student affairs

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Jossey-Bass, Oct 13, 2006 - Education - 110 pages
This volume identifies the needs of graduate and professional students (a demographic historically underepresented by student affairs professionals) and advises how student services professionals help these students address their needs.

Traditionally, the psychological aspects of the graduate and professional student experience have fell on academic departments or the graduate college. An increasing number of student services professionals, however, are now including the graduate and professional student under their umbrella of service. This volume is a response to the demand from these professionals for more research based information and advice in addressing the needs of these graduate and professional students.

This is the 115th volume of New Directions for Student Services, a quarterly journal published by Jossey-Bass.

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