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A Practitioners Guide to Supporting Graduate and Professional Students

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This guide helps faculty and student affairs practitioners better serve graduate and professional school students as they navigate what can be an isolating, taxing, and unfamiliar context.

Providing actionable strategies, as well as a common language for practitioners to advocate for themselves and for their students, this book is a quick start manual that defines current issues around graduate and professional student development. Drawing together current resources and research around post-baccalaureate student outcomes, this book explores the diverse student needs of graduate and professional students and provides a clear understanding of their social, personal, and psychological development and how to support their success.

Case studies showcase specific examples of practice including a holistic development model for graduate training; integrating academic, personal, professional, and career development needs; promising practices for engagement; a diversity, equity, and inclusion approach to access and outcomes; how graduate schools can be important partners to student affairs professionals; and examples of assessment in action.

This book provides tools, resources, communication strategies, and actionable theory-to-practice connections for practitioners, professionals, and faculty at all levels who work to support post-baccalaureate student thriving.

Appendix available for download online at www.routledge.com/9780367639884 on the tab that is entitled "Support Material."

Product Details

Author: Shepard, Valerie A.

Language: English

Edition:

Binding: Paperback

Publisher: Routledge

Release Date: 2022-02-25

Pages: 268

ISBN: 0367639882

ISBN13: 9780367639884