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Founded in 1996, Stylus’ publishing focusses on higher education, covering such areas as teaching and learning, student affairs, professional development, service learning and community engagement, study abroad, assessment, online learning, racial diversity on campus, women’s issues, doctoral education, and leadership and administration. Stylus is the official distributor of the book programs of ACPA, Campus Compact, and the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.
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Why Trans* Students Matter, a Q&A with Author Z Nicolazzo
The Chronicle of Education's Lee Gardner interviews Z Nicolazzo, author of Trans* In College: Transgender Students' Strategies for Navigating
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Stylus is a Proud Sponsor of "You've Got This" Podcast
Stylus is excited to be a sponsor of the You've Got This podcast. Written and produced by Stylus author Katie Linder, YGT is a weekly podcast for professional learners looking to increase their confidence and capacity for juggling the day-to-day demands of teaching,
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Stylus and NISOD Partner to Bring New Titles
The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) and Stylus Publishing are pleased to announce a special offer for faculty, staff, and administrators at NISOD member colleges. To further their commitment to educator and student success, NISOD and Stylus Publishing are partnering
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Using Action Inquiry in Engaged Research Edward P. St. John, Kim Callahan Lijana, Glenda D. Musoba
"This guide demonstrates informationally rich and pedagogically intriguing strategies that can be effectively infused into practice. If readers are like me the will find themselves rolling up their sleeves while gleaning from its insights."

- Timothy K. Eatman, Dean, Honors Living Learning Community, Rutgers University-Newark
Trans* in College Z Nicolazzo
"An increased public awareness about trans* individuals (trans* is an inclusive term for anyone along the gender non-conforming identity spectrum) has been accompanied by a growing body of published research into what might be called “the neglected T” of the conveniently lumped-together-as-singular 'LGBT
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- H. M. Miller, Mercy College , CHOICE