Student Affairs in Complex Contexts
AbstractWhile the Western world â€“ with Brexit, Trump, Festung Europa, and so forth â€“ seems toÂ be increasingly retreating into narrow nationalism, the Journal of Student Affairs in Africa isÂ connecting African academics, executives and administrators and is becoming an evermoreÂ accessed international, African platform for publishing research on higher education andÂ Student Affairs in Africa.In this issue, we do not only publish several commentaries on theÂ recent Global Summit of Student Affairs and Services held in October 2016 at StellenboschÂ University, South Africa. We also publish contributions from Ethiopia alongside articlesÂ from Australia, the USA, and universities in South Africa (University of the Free State,Â University of Johannesburg).Â
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