1. Education Ventures (August, 2022) “Relationships Matter in Student Affairs — But So Do Data and Strategy”
  2. University Business (May, 2022) “How to Make Sense of Executive Search Firms in Higher Ed: Don’t Trust Your Gut. Many of your peers are gaining a competitive advantage through their wise use of executive search.”
  3. University Business (April, 2022) “What’s Your Return on Investment to Your University? When was the last time most faculty, staff, and administrators were asked to demonstrate their value to the success of the university?”
  4. Journal of College Admission (April 2021) “The Economics of Comparisons: Before your student makes a final college choice, ask them to consider this.” (NACAC members only)
  5. Campus Magazine (August, 2020) “The Greatest Shift in University-Level Learning”
  6. Road2College (August, 2020) “Worried About Colleges Closing? Don’t Be.”
  7. University Business (2020) Should we believe Scott Galloway’s predictions of soon-to-perish colleges? An analysis of a well-read blog post, from a professor of marketing, that lists 89 colleges that may perish and 129 that will struggle in the coming months.
  8. University Business (2020) Colleges Must Adapt or Be Left Behind: Why haven’t universities, especially during a world crisis, better solved the challenge of effectively using video-based online learning to educate? Here are five reasons higher education should be welcoming the increased adoption of video and online learning.
  9. Journal of College Admission (2020) The Second Wave at Our Colleges. How Can Admissions Officers Help Curb the Tide?
  10. Journal of College Admission (2020) Creating a Sense of Community Online. Students Crave Personal Connection. How Can We Leverage the Value of Propinquity in the COVID-19 Era?
  11. Inside Higher Ed (2020) Fostering Student Success Outside of Online Classes: How can student affairs and academic support staff best serve students who are mostly no longer on campus? Jeff Doyle provides seven recommendations.
  12. Intelligent Education (March, 2020) “10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Online Learning”
  13. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice – peer-reviewed journal (2019) – The Impact of Living-Learning Program Scholarships on Scholarship Recipients
  14. Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry (2018) Student Affairs Assessment: Sharing Results through Poster Sessions.
  15. The Talking Stick – magazine published by the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (September/October 2012) – Pictures, Ideas, and Words Coming to Life – ACUHO-I 21st Century Project – written exchange on the three universities building 21st Century designated residence halls
  16. The ACUHO-I Operational Study – Executive Summary (2012) – funded research that included building a team of analysts and summarizing over 150 pages of data
  17. The Talking Stick – magazine published by the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (July/August 2009) – “Maximizing Your Mission Statement”
  18. (Spring 2009) – “The Impact of the Economic Recession on Higher Education and Approaches to Budget Cuts for Residence Life Departments: A Primer on Higher Education’s Challenge in an Economic Recession”
  19. Southeastern Association of Housing Officers Report (Spring 2008) – “A Modest Proposal: A Residence Hall Statement of Philosophy”
  20. Southeastern Association of Housing Officers Report (Fall 2007) – “Using Facebook Networks to Describe Colleges”
  21. Editor of 8 20-30 page issues of the North Carolina Housing Officers newsletter, the Signpost (2004-2006, 2008)
  22. The Talking Stick – magazine published by the Association of College and University Housing Officers – (April, 2005) “The Community Development Curriculum: An Innovative & Comprehensive Model for RA Programming”
  23. The Chronicle of Higher Education (8/23/2004) – “Broken Promises: Personal Experiences on the Job Market”
  24. College Student Affairs Journal (Fall 2004) – “Where Have We Come From and Where Are We Going? A Review of Past Student Affairs’ Philosophies & an Analysis of the Current Student Learning Philosophy”
  25. Journal of College and University Housing (v. 32, n. 2, 2004) – Book Review: The Art and Practical Wisdom of Student Affairs Leadership
  26. Koininia (2004, Spring) – Book Review: Strategies for Staff Development: Personal and Professional Education in the 21st Century
  27. NASPA Journal (2004, Winter) – “Student Affairs Divisions’ Integration of Student Learning Principles”
  28. Campus Activities Programming – (2003) – Book Review: Good Practice in Student Affairs
  29. The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development (2002, vol. 2), “Principles of Student Learning at CCCU and non-CCCU institutions”
  30. Appreciative Leaders (2001) – co-authored book chapter entitled “The Eternal Optimist”
  31. Journal of College and Character – (Spring 2001) – Book Review: Mountains and Passes: Traversing the Landscape of Ethics and Student Affairs Administration
  32. Journal of College Admissions (1999) – Book Review: Bright College Years
  33. Leadership Education Source Book (1998) – leadership course syllabus identified “cutting edge”
  34. Mennonite Historical Library (1997) – manuscript on “Eastern Mennonite’s Trend Toward Secularization: 1917-1997”
  35. Koininia (1997) – “Christian vs. Secular Universities: Where Should You Work?”