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Jody Jessup-Anger (Ph.D. Michigan State University) is professor of higher education and program coordinator of the Student Affairs in Higher Education master’s program. Her research explores how the collegiate environment can facilitate or impede student learning and development. Dr. Jessup-Anger is co-author of Living-Learning Communities that Work: A Research-Based Model for Design, Delivery and Assessment, co-editor of the New Directions for Student Services volume: Addressing Sexual Violence in Student Affairs and Higher Education, and co-editor of the second edition of Maybe I Should . . . Case Studies in Ethics for Student Affairs Professionals. Dr. Jessup-Anger co-led the Elon University Center for Engaged Learning 2017-2019 Research Seminar on Residential Learning Communities, during which she provided guidance for four multi-institutional research teams exploring different dimensions of residential learning communities. She has also provided several keynote addresses and consultation to universities on developing and sustaining living-learning communities. In the Fall of 2017, she served as scholar-in-residence for Workshop Architects, a firm specializing in the design of campus spaces.