Race, Racism, and the Higher Ed Professional

The 2011 article, “Race and Racism in the Experiences of Black Male Resident Assistants at Predominantly White Universities” by Shaun Harper et al. is a good reading piece for higher education professionals who work with Black male Resident Assistants at Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs). I sent the article to my department for reading and it […]

Save the Date for the NASPA International Symposium

We are only a month away from the national NASPA conference and the International Symposium! We hope that you can join us for another great symposium this year with keynote speaker Mary Tupan-Wenno, Executive Director of ECHO. Don’t forget – the registration deadline is this Friday! More information about the Symposium can be found in […]

Sandy Hook, Mass Shooters, and Gender: Discussed in the Margins – Exploring the Connection between Masculinity & Violence

Discussed in the Margins: Exploring the Connection between Masculinity and Violence   by Matt Vogel, Southern Oregon University In thewake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, I thought that the Campus Safety Knowledge Community should address some of the issues that surround campus violence, in particular the intersection of gender, mental health, and violence.  I invited […]