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Nneka Arinze, Jesse Mala, Max Klein, and Justine Evanovich

Although multiple forms of pedagogies fit under the umbrella of social justice education (SJE), service learning is of utmost mention. In addition to its potential to improve students’ social justice orientation ( Krings et al., 2015 ), service learning has been recognized as a high-impact practice

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David Pierce, Melissa Davies, and Bryan Kryder

practice. Capstone courses are one of the 11 high-impact practices and should be designed for the student to complete a signature work that fosters independent research, critical thinking, communication skills, and integrative learning ( Hoy & Wolfe, 2016 ; Schermer & Gray, 2012 ). Of course, for a

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Susan B. Foster and David A. Pierce

gone beyond the “internship” and incorporated experiential learning on a larger scale by including apprenticeships, practica, volunteerism, service learning, class projects, and other high-impact practices as defined by the American Association of Colleges and Universities ( Association of American

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Daniel L. Springer, Sarah Stokowski, and Wendi Zimmer

perpetuating that problem. Knowledge and understanding, however, are only the first step in a process that requires action in the form of high-impact practices. These practices provide students with the tools necessary to create change, model useful ways of thinking that students and peers can emulate, or

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Cole McClean, Michael A. Odio, and Shannon Kerwin

-0011 O’Neill , N. ( 2010 ). Internships as a high-impact practice: Some reflections on quality . Peer Review, 12 ( 4 ), 4 – 8 . Parveen , S. , & Mirza , N. ( 2012 ). Internship program in education: Effectiveness, problems and prospects . International Journal of Learning and Development

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Yannick Kluch, Raquel Wright-Mair, Nicholas Swim, and Robert Turick

athletics being fairly new, scholars have started to look at the experiences of these professionals. For example, our research team recently examined perceptions of DEI administrators in athletics regarding the high-impact practices driving their work ( Wright-Mair et al., 2021 ). We found that diverse