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Winter2019Vol.22No.1

Students as Agents of Change on Campus

Today’s students are taking the lead to create change at their colleges and universities—in the curriculum and cocurriculum, policies and practices, facilities and student services, and campus climate and institutional priori­ties. Some of these efforts are entirely student led, while others involve partnerships among students, faculty, staff, and administrators working toward shared goals, including increased support for equity, inclusion, global citizenship, environmental sustainability, campus safety, and all forms of diversity.

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By Emily Schuster, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Students as Agents of Change on Campus

By Lindsey Templeton, National Campus Leadership Council and the University of Maryland, College Park, and Andy MacCracken and Amy Smith—both of National Campus Leadership Council

By Alison Cook-Sather, Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges

By Kait Spear, Vanderbilt University and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Asheeka Desai, Vanderbilt University and the UCLA School of Law

By Jaylon Thomas and Kalen Russell—both of the University of Central Oklahoma

Campus Practice

By Jay Antle, Johnson County Community College

By Andy Zeisler and Megan Zahneis—both of Miami University

Perspective

By Isaac Huang, University of California–Berkeley

By Camila Uzcategui, Florida International University and the University of Colorado Boulder

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