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In 2011, after years of low satisfaction ratings from graduating students, advising personnel at Dartmouth College created a pilot initiative called Advising 360 that was intended to maximize the strengths of both the academic and student affairs divisions of the College.  In the three years since, they have seen strong evidence that this team approach is working.

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advising strategy, faculty advisors, collaboration, Angela Zhang, John F. Pfister, Natalie Hoyt
Posted in: 2015 June 38:2
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When we advocate, we look for opportunities to connect and share not only concerns but proposed solutions to leaders within our department, division, and college.  It is relationship building at its best with the key leaders and stakeholders that can implement change within our learning environments and communities.

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role of advisor, advising approaches, collaboration, Freedom Nguyen
Posted in: 2015 June 38:2
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Multi-campus institutions have the complex task of providing advising services to meet the needs of their varying student populations.  Creating a campus-wide framework for advising services across all campuses can be challenging, especially when resources are limited, campus cultures are different, and there is a considerable amount of distance between campuses.

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NACADA, Academic Advising Today, academic advising, collaboration, Tim Cox
Posted in: 2016 March 39:1
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Two advisors discuss the quest to bridge the way students and their information are handed off between departments and advisors.

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communication, collaboration, Amy Carmack, Heather Carmack
Posted in: 2016 June 39:2
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High-achieving students come with great potential, but also great need for assistance, even though that may seem counter intuitive.  High-achieving students have challenges of their own, such as dealing with perfectionism and lack of guidance and support for lofty goals.

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encouraging students, advising theory, advising approaches, student motivation, collaboration, theory, peer advising, marketing, mentoring, theory to practice, programming, first-year students, Rebekah Chojnacki, Emmanuel Garcia, high-achieving, honors
Posted in: 2018 June 41:2
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A new academic advisor describes her experience creating an advising “tribe” at the NACADA Summer Institute.

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professional development, advising workshops, summer institute, community relationships, collaboration, new advisor, Rachel Mars
Posted in: 2018 June 41:2
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Transfer programs are of increasing importance on college campuses because transfer has become the norm for undergraduate students, and as student mobility and transfer increases, it is imperative that advisors work to effectively serve this student population.

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cultural differences, community relationships, collaboration, transfer students, cultural capital, Jennifer Brown, Shannon Sakaue

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