Browsing Special Education, Counseling, and Student Affairs Faculty Research and Publications by Author "Rubin, Lisa M."

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Browsing Special Education, Counseling, and Student Affairs Faculty Research and Publications by Author "Rubin, Lisa M."

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  • Rubin, Lisa M.; Moses, Ron A.
    Over 400,000 student-athletes participate in NCAA intercollegiate athletics programs. Due to their dual roles as student and athlete, they have a different college experience than the general student population. Specialized ...
  • Rubin, Lisa M.; Moreno-Pardo, Maria D. (2018-03-22)
    Literature on job burnout in athletics is limited to coaches, trainers, athletes, and administrators. Among student-services professionals, studies have focused on those in student support services, student affairs and ...
  • Rubin, Lisa M.; Joseph, Mindy; Lutter, Sonya; Roberts, Daron K.; Jones, Julian J. (2021)
    College students, including athletes, have limited exposure to financial education prior to enrolling in college (Britt et al., 2015). Athletes juggling two full-time roles as athlete and college student have limited time ...
  • Rubin, Lisa M.; Dringenberg, Emily A.; Lane, Jessica J.; Wefald, Andrew J. (2019-02-21)
    Educators shape the learning experiences of students in the classroom. Their views on intelligence influence the beliefs students have about their own abilities to learn. Astin (2016) cautioned, "The faculty culture regards ...
  • Rubin, Lisa M.; Lough, Nancy L. (2015-12-01)
  • Rubin, Lisa M. (2017-01-01)
    The field of athletic advising has existed since the 1970s. In the early 1990s, the National Collegiate Athletic Association mandated that higher education institutions provide academic support for student-athletes. Few ...

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