Virtues, character strengths, and graduate student organizations: Reflections from student presidents and faculty advisor

Aaron Zimmerman, Julie Smit, Sungwon Shin, Stacey Sneed, Chrissy Eubank

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Abstract

Research in the area of student life has shown that student engagement in student organizations improves a number of undergraduate and graduate student outcomes. Because of the critical importance that student organizations play in student development, continued research is needed to understand the elements that make such organizations successful. This chapter will utilize the reflections of three faculty advisors and two student presidents to explore how virtues and character strengths played a critical role in the continued success of a student organization within the context of a college of education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVirtues, character strengths, and graduate student organizations: Reflections from student presidents and faculty advisor
PublisherIGI Global
Pages90-108
StatePublished - Sep 2021

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