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Entries for June 2010

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Frost (2000) indicated that the field of academic advising has progressed through three eras: higher education before academic advising was defined, academic advising as a defined and unexamined activity, and academic advising as a defined and examined activity. I assert that academic advising is now facing a fourth era due the societal changes emerging from the globalization process.

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international, Shannon Burton, Global Community
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Advisors play a powerful role in higher education today because they stand at the nexus between the students who often enter the academy unformed and undefined and those who leave with identities and life direction shaped by a convergence of influences marked by positive interactions with faculty members and professional advisors.

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news, Jayne Drake
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Due to a myriad of reasons, higher education across the world is at a pivotal place in history; but no reason is as important as the increasing focus on Student Success! Academic advising is key to this success.

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Charlie Nutt, news
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Even in the most challenging times, autonomy and freedom are powerful incentives that colleges can offer employees at little cost...

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Tim Kirkner, Julie Levinson, advising director
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We learned in this hot topic session that, although faculty advisors understand the important role advising plays in the success of students, not much progress has been made since 2008. We must continue to advocate for increased assessment, training, rewards, and recognition for this major component of the college process.

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faculty advisors, Victoria McGillin, Tamra Ortgies-Young, Lee Kem
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Advising administrators will find the advice shared in the Advocates Skill Set helpful in forming the solid collaborations needed for building, maintaining, or improving an advising program in our current budget times.

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advising director, Ralph Anttonen, Michelle M. White
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The benefits are infinite for advisors who plan a campus professional development event that addresses their specific needs. With some planning, sharing, and camaraderie great opportunities abound for the entire campus.

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professional development, advisor training, Elizabeth Nunley
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Although most advisors are not trained financial aid counselors, it is important that we have a general understanding of available financial resources if we are to refer students to the proper “expert.”

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advisor training, financial aid, Joe Murray, Hannah Yang
Posted in: 2010 June 33:2
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As veterans transition from a military to collegiate setting, both veterans and the campus communities must adjust to the change and the differing value systems held within the military and academic communities.

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at-risk students, adult learners, disabilities, John Mikelson
Posted in: 2010 June 33:2
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The NACADA Annual Conference is my birthday present to myself...It’s a major part of my professional development.

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professional development, Emerging Leaders Program, Sarah Ann Hones
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Those of us who advise students nearing the end of their degree, certificate, or training programs know that there is good news and bad news connected with advising these students.

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career advising, academic support, Sarah May Clarkson
Posted in: 2010 June 33:2
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From June 2005 through December 2011, this publication was titled Academic Advising Today: Lighting Student Pathways. Articles included in these archived editions will be presented in a compiled version as well as broken down into individual articles to facilitate search capacity. News features from this period may be attained by contacting the Managing Editor.

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