Book review of Applying Student Development Theories Holistically: Exemplar Programming in Higher Education by Abigail Meert.
Abigail Meert is graduate student pursuing her M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration at Georgia Southern University where she serves as a Graduate Resident Director in University Housing. Her bachelor’s degree is in history from Armstrong State University, now named the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University, where she assisted students in her role as a Resident Advisor, First-Year Peer Mentor, and Honors Ambassador for three years. Abigail’s research interests include higher education law and policy, university systems, and the consolidation of post-secondary institutions.
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Meert, A. (2019). Applying Student Development Theories Holistically: Exemplar Programming in Higher Education (Book Review). Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, 35(1). https://doi.org/10.20429/gcpa.2019.350107