Student Life staffer named a NASPA representative

Elizabeth Wallace NASPA

Tarleton State University

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

STEPHENVILLE, Texas—Elizabeth Wallace, assessment specialist in the Division of Student Life at Tarleton, has recently been appointed as the Region III representative to the Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).

"I am honored to be selected to represent this important topic of spirituality and religion on the NASPA regional board,” Wallace said. “I believe educating the whole person is essential to our work and it is an honor to assist in furthering the discourse and dialogue around this topic.”

The mission of the Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community is to enhance and contribute to conversations about spirituality in higher education across all types of post secondary institutions.

NASPA serves as the leading professional association for the advancement of the student affairs profession. As such, NASPA provides a host of programs, experiences and services aimed at student development and professional growth in concert with colleges and universities across the country. NASPA was founded in 1919 and has membership totaling more than 13,000 from all 50 states, 29 countries and eight U.S. territories.

“We were very pleased to hear of Elizabeth’s appointment to this important board in our field.” said Dr. Ashley Tull, assistant vice president for Student Life Studies. “Elizabeth will represent Tarleton well and will personally benefit from important conversations that are in line with her current doctoral research on spiritual identity in college students.”

For more information about the NASPA Spirituality in Higher Education Knowledge Community, visit:


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