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The Motivation of Students of Color for Pursuing Leadership Positions at Faith-Based Universities
As faith-based universities increasingly diversify the culture of their student body, student leadership roles also diversify. While there is literature on barriers and challenges students of color experience in these roles, there is little to help understand their motivation in pursuing these roles. Using conversations, interviews, and surveys this research was conducted to start such a conversation. The researchers’ goal was to go beyond conventional wisdom and begin gathering data reflecting the experiences of students of color on our campuses. While compensation is definitely a motivation, this research suggested there might be a variety of reasons to pursue these roles.
Burns, Grant; Elsey, Jenny; and Johnstone, David M.
"The Motivation of Students of Color for Pursuing Leadership Positions at Faith-Based Universities,"
Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development: Vol. 17:
17, Article 8.
Available at: https://pillars.taylor.edu/acsd_growth/vol17/iss17/8
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