Robert Bradley Johnson

There are 6 included publications by Robert Bradley Johnson :

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The implementation of gender-neutral housing: A mixed-methods study across ACUHO-I member institutions 2016 963 Gender-neutral housing has recently become an option at colleges and universities across theU.S. Chief housing officers at Association of College and University Housing Officers-International member institutions were surveyed online about the status ...
Introduction to the 2016 Special Issue of The Journal of College and University Student House Resident Assistants in College and University Housing 2016 528 Residents Assistants (RAs), the student paraprofessionals who serve as live-in, frontline staff inresidence halls, have been called "the foundation of nearly every residence hall program acrossthe countryā€¯ (Blimling, 2003, p. ix). Although the RA pos...
Introduction: LGBTQ+ issues in student housing 2020 9 Numerous scholars (Bowen & Bourgeois, 2001; Nadal, 2013; Platt & Lenzen, 2013; Rankin, Weber, Blumenfeld, & Frazer, 2010; Wright & Wegner, 2012) examined issues that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or queer (LGBT) individuals experience while in college ...
Passion and policy: How Student Affairs Educators navigate their roles in the face of legislative restrictions 2019 9 The ability to work with and advocate for students is one of the primary reasons many student affairs educators choose to enter the profession. But as Parnell and Dunlap acknowledge, student affairs educators sometimes face challenges in their work w...
Suicide Prevention for LGBT Students 2013 9514 This chapter explores the intersection of mental health concerns and suicide of LGBT college students on campus, including bullying and cyberbullying. One campus's approach to providing support for these students is discussed.
Workplace climate, degree of outness, and job satisfaction of gay and lesbian professional staff in higher education. 2009 2536 Issues of diversity across college campuses are seeing a growing acceptance, however, acceptance across diversity groups is not seen as uniformly accepting, especially among gay and lesbian populations who may often find themselves in hostile, unwelc...