Peer Leadership in Higher Education

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Peers have always been an important influence on students’college experience. Peer leadership programs are not only pervasivebut also offer an effective means to advance students’adjustment, learning, development, and success. This issue coverspeer leadership as an emerging high-impact practice in support of21st Century Learning Outcomes. In it, you’ll learn:
  1. The benefits of peer leader programs
  2. A history of peer education
  3. How to provide academic support through peer education
  4. Peer leadership in the cocurriculum
  5. Integrating technology into peer leader responsibilities
  6. Peers in doctoral education
  7. The architecture of a high-impact and sustainable program.

This is the 157th volume of thid Jossey-Bass series.Addressed to higher education decision makers on all kinds ofcampuses, New Directions forHigher Education provides timely information andauthoritative advice about major issues and administrative problemsconfronting every institution.

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Mar 27, 2012
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Praise for Developing and Sustaining Successful First-YearPrograms

"An essential guide to the thorny task of not only developingsuccessful first-year programs, the critical building blocks forstudent college completion, but also sustaining them over time. Itshould be at the top of the reading list of all faculty, staff, andadministrators concerned with making substantial improvements instudent success in the first year of college."
—Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University Professor,Syracuse University

"Grounded in scholarly literature and higher education theory,Developing and Sustaining Successful First-Year Programsprovides a much-needed next-generation resource to advance acomprehensive, integrated, and multi-faceted first-year experienceas well as practical guidance to educators who want to become moreeffective first-year student advocates."
—Jillian Kinzie, associate director, Indiana UniversityCenter for Postsecondary Research, NSSE Institute

"The authors do an excellent job both of providing a conceptualframework for the first year and of grounding their programdescriptions in the work of a diverse range of campuses, providingexemplars of good practice, centered on assessment, in enhancingstudent academic achievement and persistence. The book will be ofuse both to policy makers and administrators focused on enhancingstudent success and to practitioners who will make good use ofexcellent observations and recommendations."
—Scott Evenbeck, president, The New Community Collegeat CUNY

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