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Master List of Integrative Paper Titles

2013 - Integrative Paper Titles with Abstracts

2012 - Integrative Paper Titles with Abstracts


  • Making the Connection: Linking Study Abroad Outcomes to Career Related Skills
  • Biracial/multiracial students in college: New Directions for Student Affairs Practitioners
  • Ethics in Student Affairs: How Student Affairs Practitioners Impact the Ethical Development of College Students
  • Religious and Spiritual Competences as an Expectation for Student Affairs Professionals
  • A Critical Look at Living-Learning Communities
  • Pacific Islanders, the Invisible Population in Higher Education: Implications and Recommendations for Policy and Practice
  • 5% Students at the University of Utah:  Creating Intentional Network of Academic and Social Support that Foster Student Success
  • Success in the Educational Pipeline:  The Path to College Readiness
  • How Do We Teach Millennial’s:  Applying Astin’s Developmental Theory of Student Involvement to Practice
  • Race Conscious Admissions Policies in Higher Education
  • The Myth of Post-Racial America: Why Race Still Matters in Higher Education
  • A Viral Epidemic:  The Use of Technology in Higher Education
  • Supporting the Forgotten Sophomore:  Extending the First Year Experience Beyond the First Year
  • The Impact of Service on Retention in High Education:  Examining College Student Outcomes
  • Greeks Under the Influence: A Culture of Alcohol Abuse and the Need for a Paradigm Shift in Fraternity and Sorority Life
  • First-year Latino/a College Student: Factors in Relation to their Persistence & Retention
  • Integrating Parent Education and Support in College Access and Persistence Programs: Implications for Practitioners Working with Latino Students – Pass with Distinction
  • Trans-Generation: The Role of Student Affairs in the Campus Climate for Transgender Students
  • Increasing the Student of Color Population at the University of Utah; Through Alternative Admissions Practices
  • Women of Color in Student Affairs: Meeting Institutional Goals by Increasing Cultural Competency


  • Best Practices to a Learning-Centered Student Experience in Higher Education: The Role of Faculty Within  Service- Learning
  • Unseen and Unheard: Undocumented Students in Higher Education
  • Stepping Out of Camo and into the Classroom: Exploring the Effects of Invisible Injuries in the Combat Zone and on Campus
  • Cultural Capital and its Effects on First Generation Latino/a College Students in Gaining Access to Higher Education
  • Changing Mindsets: Student Affairs as Fundraisers
  • Fundamentals of Social Responsibility: Exploring Service-Learning Ideologies to Guide Student Community Participation
  • Parents as Partners: Effects on Student Affairs Practice
  • Underserved Populations and Legal Considerations
  • Greek Letter Organizations: Rethinking the Student Affairs’ Approach to Long-Standing Trends in Greek Life
  • Serving Distance Students: Defining Distance Education, Its Students and the Role of Student Affairs in Supporting This Population
  • Latino Students in Higher Education: Helping Advisors and Student Affair Professionals Rethink Advising  Practices for Latino Students
  • The Absence of Spirituality in Higher Education
  • Applying Identity Development and Student Retention Theories to the Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Students in Higher Education
  • Under the Influence :The Impacts of Underage Drinking on First-Year College Students in Relations to Development, Academia, and Social Involvement
  • Mandatory Diversity Training for Faculty and Staff: To Increase Retention of Minority Students
  • Examining the Value of Student Involvement while also Acknowledging the Inequities
  • Student Veterans with Disabilities: Identifying the Effects of Physical and Psychological Injuries, the Needs of These Students and Best Practices for Serving Them – Pass with Distinction
  • The Role of Campus Activities in the Engagement and Retention of Students of Color at Predominately White Institutions
  • Breaking Down the Myth of Racial Balkanization: From a Notion of Deficit Thinking to Community Cultural Wealth on Predominantly White Campuses
  • Who am I? The role of educators within the Academy to foster spiritual development for college students


  • Inequity as a Result of a History of Power
  • Coming Together: Rethinking Decentralized Pedagogies of Equity
  • Developing Countries and Countries in Transition: Gender Inequity, Corruption, Inadequate Conditions, and Suggested Implementation for Effective Change in Education  Pass with Distinction
  • College Student Mental Health:  Current Practical, Legal, and Ethical Considerations for Student Affairs Professionals  Pass with Distinction
  • Facebook Me: Using Online Social Networking to Retain Students
  • Implementing Web 2.0 Technology in Academic Advising to Build Community on Large, Decentralized Campuses
  • Transfer Student Barriers: Dead Ends on the Path to Bachelor’s Degree Attainment and the Impact on Underrepresented Populations
  • The Center for Ethnic Student Affairs Scholars Program: Taking First-Year College Students of Color to the Next Navigational Level
  • Developing Multicultural Competence in Student Affairs Using Pervasive Leadership  Pass with Distinction


  • College and University Orientation Programs:  Analytical Analysis
  • College Student Dedicated to Serving the Cause of Diversity
  • Equity for Students of Color, Fact or Fiction:  An Investigation of the Factors, Strategies  and the Process
  • Integrating Internationalization into Higher Education:  Reconceptualizing the ‘Why’,  ‘What’, and ‘How’ Pass with Distinction   
  • Latina/o Educational Pipeline and Pathways to College:  What’s Higher Education Got to do with it?
  • Rethinking Policies Affecting First-Time Student Enrollment:  Investigating Links Between Factors Affecting Student Enrollment in Four-Year Public Institutions
  • Strategic Ways Student Affairs Can Improve How It Assists Secondary Students
  • Student Mental Health Crisis:  Prevention, Intervention and Response 
  • Teaching White Privilege:  Helping White Students Own Their Collective History Pass with Distinction 
  • The Importance of Faculty of Color as Mentors for Students
  • The Historical Response of U.S. Higher Education to African American Students:  Contemplating the Past for Progress in the Future
  • Women’s Leadership Issues in Higher Education


  • Party Time to Limited Time:  Welcoming Adult Undergraduates to College Campuses
  • Transfer Student:  What Do We Do With Them?  Bridging the Gap between Two –Year and Four-Year Institution from the Four-Year Perspective
  • Navigation Strategies for Catalyzing Academic Success:  An examination of hostile campus climates prevalent in predominantly White institutions and the suggested methods for such institution to aid and prepare students of color in navigating the alienating campus culture
  • Rethinking Internationalization:  Investigating Links between Domestic Diversity and  Internationalization Strategies  Pass with Distinction
  • Diversity and Higher Education:  Just how important is it and what needs to be changed to fix the “system”?
  • Promoting Persistence through College Preparation
  • Access to Higher Education for Minority Students:  Preparation, Participation and Completion
  • Creating a K-16 Alliance:  Impacting College Preparation and First Year Persistence
  • Women in Higher Education:  Access, Leadership and Retention:  A Student Affairs Analysis
  • The “Critical” First Year:  The Transition and Retention of First-Generation College Students
  • Community College Transfer Students:  Recognizing and Removing Institutional and Political Barriers
Last Updated: 10/9/20