John Mueller, professor in the Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education,
has coauthored Multicultural Competence in Student Affairs: Advancing Social Justice and Inclusion.
This long-awaited second edition introduces an updated model on the integration of multicultural competence into student affairs competencies such as advising, management, assessment, technology, and training. The book guides readers who want to develop
their social justice competencies and enact multicultural change at the individual, group, and institutional levels.
Mueller’s coauthors are Amy Reynolds and Raechele Pope, both associate professors at the University at Buffalo. Pope is also a graduate of IUP, earning both a BA (1979) and an MA (1981). She is a recipient of IUP’s Distinguished Alumni Award (1996) and
the College of Education and Communications’ Distinguished Alumni Scholar Award (2008).
Pope, Reynolds, and Mueller are also coauthors of Creating Multicultural Change on Campus (2014).
Visit Jossey-Bass for more information on both books.