The Implications of Student Spirituality for Student Affairs Practice: New Directions for Student Services / Edition 1

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San Francisco, CA 2001 Trade paperback / CD Special and ed. New. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 108 p. New Directions for Student Services, 95. Audience: General/trade. ... Oversized softcover trade paperback, Fine Condition (Brand new book! ), Front Shelf. Read more Show Less

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In the past few years, there has been a surge of interest in the spiritual development of college students, and in connecting spirituality and organizational change. In the past, student affairs organizations and higher education programs have been reluctant to address spirituality as connected to student development or to the programs and services on a college campus. This issue of New Directions for Student Services provides student affairs professionals and others on college campuses with information and guidance about including spirituality in student life programs and in the curriculum of preparation programs. Contributors explore the role that faith and spirit play in individual and group development on our campuses. Models of leadership, staff development, and graduate education itself are all examined from the context of spirituality.

This is the 95th issue of the Jossey-Bass higher education series New Directions for Student Services.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787957872
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/2/2001
  • Series: J-B SS Single Issue Student Services Series , #3
  • Edition description: Fall, 2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 92
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.26 (d)

Table of Contents

EDITOR'S NOTES (Margaret A. Jablonski).

1. Spirituality and Student Development: Theoretical Connections (Patrick G. Love).
Examining student development theories and the place for spiritual development within them is critical to the future of student affairs.

2. Career and Calling: Finding a Place for the Spirit in Work and Community (Jon C. Dalton).
The role that colleges play in character development, career exploration, and commitment to service after college are explored.

3. Infusing Soul into Student Affairs: Organizational Theory and Models (Kathleen Manning).
Concepts of the soul and spirit are used to expand models of organizational design and staff development.

4. The Law and Spirituality: How the Law Supports and Limits Expression of Spirituality on the College Campus (R. Thomas Clark).
Practitioners in student affairs must consider the legal implications of weaving spirituality and faith development into programs and the curriculum.

5. The Role of Spirituality in Student Affairs and Staff Development (Kathleen E. Allen, Gar E. Kellom).
Leadership and staff development models rarely incorporate spiritual principles. Numerous examples for improving practice are provided.

6. Spiritual Dimensions of Graduate Preparation in Student Affairs (C. Carney Strange).
How we prepare graduate students to work in higher education can reflect a basis in spiritual growth and development.

7. Spirit and Nature in Everyday Life: Reflections of a Mestiza in Higher Education (Alicia Fedelina Chavez).
Incorporating core principles of spirituality into the practice of being an administrator and faculty member is critical to new ways of thinking and being.

8. Annotated References (Shirley Williams).
Books, retreat centers, Websites, and other resources are provided for further exploration.

INDEX.

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