Author Archive

31 Women: Doris Ching

Doris Ching has an outstanding and distinguished career in both secondary and postsecondary education. Serving the people of Hawai’i through various roles in lower and higher education for 44 years, Doris retired in 2005 from the University of Hawai’i where she served as the Vice President for Student Affairs. Doris has shattered many glass ceilings [...]

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Creating Space for Silence

I’ve been silent for the last several of months. I haven’t written a blog post. I haven’t posted much on twitter. I haven’t been as present in our virtual community. I started to apologize and feel guilty (I really did miss everyone!), but then I received a gentle reminder from a friend that it was [...]

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Deans of Women: Forces of Progress in Higher Education

In honor of Women’s History Month (#whm) we have asked a couple of authors to share historical perspectives about women in student affairs. Our collective history illuminates our strengths as women leaders, the progress we have made, and the trails still left to blaze. We are honored to have this post written by Dr. Robert [...]

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