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Implications for Advisor Job Responsibilities at 2-and 4-Year Institutions Authored by: Jo Anne Huber and Marsha A. Miller The 2011 National NACADA ...

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An overview on the implications the NACADA 2011 National Survey presents for administrator beliefs.

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by Beth Giroir and Jeremy Schwehm 2014 According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 30% of undergraduate student enrollment at ...

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Common Reading as a Forum for Continuous Professional Development Among Advisors

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Resource links on advising students who have immigrated to the United States.

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Overview of Identity Theft and what advisors can do to help students prevent or deal with having their personal information stolen.

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An overview on how to succeed as a new advisor.

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A student group considered to be at-risk on one campus may not be considered at-risk on another campus.  How can we determine what students are at-risk on our campuses?  “Follow the data!”

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Strategies and tips to secure a position in academic advising.

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An overview on how counseling issues and advising issues relate to one another. Authors provide guidelines for when advisors should refer students for counseling.

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