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Staff Publications

Below you will find a selection of recently published articles and book chapters from staff members in the Division of Student Affairs.

Gage, K. (2020). Planning through partnerships. Leadership Exchange, (18)2, 30.


Gilley, E., Manning-Ouellette, A., & McClinton Jr., L. (In press). The house that gen z built:     

     Housing style, student success and community at a land grant universityE-Source  

     for College Transitions.


Gordon, S. R., Day, J.M., Gage, K., Jacobs, S. R., Yarbrough, M. (2020). “I feel like it made

     a Difference”: The experience of mentoring. Journal of Student Affairs, (24). 126-135.


Gordon, S. R., Shefman, P., Heinrich, B. & Gage, K. (2019). The role of student affairs in

     regional accreditation: Why and how to be included. Journal of Student Affairs

     Inquiry (5)1.



Griffiths, F. & Hallenbeck, D. (forthcoming 2021). The historical developments of student

     affairs research and practice. In A. Manning-Ouellette & S. P. Wanger (Eds.). (Under

     contract). Emerging International Issues in Student Affairs Research and Practice.

     Information Age Publishing.


Mach, K. P., Gordon, S. R., McClinton, L., & Tearney, K. (2018). “The help I didn’t know I

     needed”: How a living learning program “FITs” into the First Year Experience. Journal

     of College and University Student Housing, 44(2), 10-26.


Robinson, J. (2017). Next generation leadership: The changing culture of leadership in

     the senior student affairs officer (SSAO) position. College Student Affairs Journal,



Stokes, P. (2020, October). Human Resources. Psychology Research, (10), No. 10.



Stokes, P. (2020). Increasing sexual self-efficacy among college students through

     telehealth consultation: A case management approach. Current Trends in Clinical

     and Medical Sciences 2(1). CTCMS.MS.ID.000530. DOI:



Taylor, J. K. (2020). Classroom culture: Stories of empathy and belonging. In A.

     Ellsworth, Cases on emotionally responsive teaching and mentoring. IGI Global.

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